All posts tagged dahlias

The Many Meanings of Dahlias

As a cut flower or in the garden, the bold dahlia always makes a statement. The dahlia family boasts thousands of hybrids, making it possible to find the perfect flower for someone special. Continue reading [...]

Flowers for the 4th of July: Party Ideas for Food and Home Decoration

Throwing a 4th of July party this year and need ideas for pretty flowers that you can set out on a table? Looking for flowers that you ca incorporate into your 4th of July food spread? We have some suggestions for you, and of course they focus on patriotic red, white, and blue. Continue reading [...]

About the Dahlia

The dahlia is a flower that we love to grow and give during summertime. Its beautiful shape reminds us of a shining sun and its colors are cheerful and bright, which is perfect when we want something to perk up our garden or our home – or flowers to bring joy to a friend or family member. Continue reading [...]

Fall Wedding Flowers

Many brides like to get a jump-start on choosing flowers for their wedding, so we thought we’d offer some suggestions for great flowers for a fall wedding. Since fall just passed, we still have memories of the season’s prettiest blooms in our head. We’re vividly remembering warm orange and yellow-hued flowers like daisies and carnations. And, we’re envisioning these colors, plus others like lilies and orchids in shades of red and white, as stunning flowers for a fall wedding. Continue reading [...]

Flowers that Bloom During January in North America

If you’re trying to put together a seasonal bouquet from flowers that are readily available in North American during January, you’re in luck. We’ve been thinking about flowers and the season, and we thought you might want some suggestions for great January booms. We’ve put together a list of flowers that people living in North America should be able to source with no problems to create a beautiful home, or garden, display during this winter month. We came up with a collection of flowers that we’re going to try to bring into our houses and yards this month, including flowers that represent the restorative power of winter and those that give us a sneak peak into what spring will offer. Continue reading [...]