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Baby's breath flowers holds the potential for helping leukemia patients

Baby’s Breath Flower: Leukemia Buster?

Baby’s breath, botanically known as gypsophila paniculata, is a genus of perennial flowering herbs in the carnation family. The plant is native to Australia, Eurasia, Pacific Islands, and Africa. Continue reading [...]

Statice, Feverfew, Baby’s Breath, and More: Festive Filler Flowers that Stand on Their Own

Filler flowers are flowers that add volume and texture to floral arrangements. They may tend to be muted in color and may not have a strong fragrance. Nevertheless, many filler flowers are beautiful enough to stand on their own or as a focal point in a floral design. Continue reading [...]

Wedding Bouquet Flowers

Searching for wedding flowers can be fun, but it can also be challenging because there are so many beautiful choices. There are modern blooms and classic blossoms. There are big flowers and small ones. And, there are flowers in so many gorgeous hues. So, how do you choose? You look through tons of pictures, and you read a lot about flower combinations that will give you the look that you want for your wedding. Continue reading [...]