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Showing You Our Halloween Spirit

Posted by Administrator on Fri, Oct 30 2015 16:08:00
Here it is! Our Halloween Blog. We were having way too much fun playing around with Halloween designs, we almost forgot to post something about it!
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Pumped For Pumpkins!

Posted by Administrator on Tue, Oct 27 2015 06:24:00
It's no wonder why fall weddings are becoming more and more of a thing these days. On behalf of all of us at Flora International, we would like to thank our "fall fiances". Keep those awesome Autumn themed events coming! We cant wait to see the photos (:
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Summer's End Is Bittersweet....

Posted by Administrator on Thu, Oct 08 2015 08:58:00
Alright! it's safe to say that summer is officially over. Try not to be too sad about it. The Fall is a very beautiful time of year as well!
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Fritillaria

Posted by on Mon, Jun 03 2013 13:15:00
Catching up on some of my blog reading from other florist sites, I came across a wonderfully fantastic looking flower and just had to learn more about it. Thank you Flirty Fleurs for your post and pics. Here's what I've found out. My info comes from www.theplantexpert.com/springbulbs/Fritillaria1.html
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How to naturally get rid of Aphids

Posted by on Mon, May 27 2013 13:06:00
As quickly as spring buds appear, so do the aphids. These tiny nutrient-sucking bugs clusters together and feed off a plant's new growth. Unfortunately you can get aphids in the garden and on your houseplants. They can be devastating to your plants no matter where they are.
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Butterfly Gardens

Posted by on Mon, May 20 2013 23:44:00
So my new back yard is a blank canvas, right next to a small creek with beautiful tall grass and some wonderful plants. There are tons of butterflies, so it got me thinking... Butterfly garden maybe?? Here is my version of a how to: thanks to Wikihow.com Research first. Find out which butterflies are common in your area. Observation over a few days and the use of a butterfly field guide will help you in this.
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Amanda And John's Tropical Paradise

Posted by on Mon, May 13 2013 13:26:00
Our shop's owner and head designer, Amanda and husband John celebrated their wedding on May 19th 2012. It was held at Canvas Art Gallery in Lachine. They had their closest friends and relatives celebrating with them. Designers Sue, Vicki, Caitlin, Diane, and Amanda herself created a breathtaking scape of topical wonders for all to enjoy. The flowers were, by far, absolutely stunning!
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Tulips are great, but why not Crocus

Posted by on Mon, May 06 2013 13:07:00
When it seems like winter will never lose its icy grip, the dainty goblet-shaped crocus pushes through the snow to put on a show of colorful revival. If you are not planting this perennial bulb, you are missing an early season of delight.
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Gardening with your Kids

Posted by on Mon, Apr 29 2013 12:55:00
Tips from Canadiangardening.com If you're looking for a great family project (and ways to get your kids outside and active), why not involve your kids in your gardening? It's a lot of fun and teaches them about responsibility. We've compiled a list of ways your kids can get involved in the garden!
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Succulents

Posted by on Mon, Apr 22 2013 12:46:00
Succulents are booming in popularity for two simple reasons: they are beautiful and nearly indestructible. Technically, a succulent is any plant with thick, fleshy (succulent) water storage organs. Succulents store water in their leaves, their stems or their roots. These plants have adapted to survive arid conditions throughout the world, from Africa to the deserts of North America. Fortunately for us, this adaptive mechanism has resulted in an incredible variety of interesting leaf forms and plant shapes, including paddle leaves, tight rosettes, and bushy or trailing columns of teardrop leaves.
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