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Paris and Roses; June 12th Red Rose Day.

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Have you ever been to Paris - The City of Light? When I think of Paris I think of fashion, culture, art, parties, romance and royalty. I think of a city that is colorful, flamboyant, revolutionary, my... Read More

Water a Flower!

Posted by Woodinville Florist on May 30, 2017
Posted Under: Care Tip , Flower Facts
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Flower Care Tip; water your cut flowers EVERY day. You might have received flowers arranged in the green foam we often refer to as ‘oasis’. This is not a magic substance for preservin... Read More

Inspire Your Heart With Art

Posted by Woodinville Florist on January 31, 2017
Posted Under: Care Tip , Flower Facts
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Today, marked in the calendar as the day you Inspire Your Heart With Art, we ask you to remember the art of floral design. Our medium is the freshest, most beautiful and at times meaningful, material ... Read More

Houseplant Appreciation

Posted by Woodinville Florist on January 23, 2017
Posted Under: Care Tip , Flower Facts
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Houseplants are also celebrated in January, but they really have their place year round when you consider the benefits they provide. Reducing stress, adding creativity, and cleaning the air to name a ... Read More

What's New? - Christmas Gifts

Posted by Oriana Hammerstrom on December 20, 2016
Posted Under: What's New , Care Tip , Flower Facts
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Are you making your list and checking it twice? Use our friendly Reminder Service and never forget anyone! The perfect gift for that impossible someone or hostess gift can be found right here. In ad... Read More

Poinsettias - A Christmas Delight

Posted by Woodinville Florist on December 12, 2016
Posted Under: Did you know?, Care Tip , Flower Facts, Human Interest
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Poinsettias grow wild in Mexico, where they are native, and were first introduced to the US in 1825 by Joel Robert Poinsett. In addition to being the first ambassador to Mexico, Joel was also an amate... Read More

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