Flower of the Week

This week’s flower is: Anthurium This tropical flower is also known as Painted Tounge or Flamingo Flower. The bloom is waxy and comes in the following colors: white, purple, pink, magenta, red, burgundy, peach, orange (pictured), green, and bicolor. Anthurium produces long lasting heart shaped blooms all year round. We sometimes sell potted Anthuriums here … Continued

Fall is in the Air

There’s something so special about those first cool days that make you want to pull out a sweater or a jacket. In honor of the first day of fall (which is September 23rd), I wanted to show everyone some of the fall arrangements we’ve been making. Look at the caption underneath each photo to learn which flowers to … Continued

Flower of the Week

This week the flower is: Amaranthus   Amaranthus is a unique flower than comes in red, magenta, and green. The flowers can be hanging (pictured above) or upright (pictured below). It is used as a line flower to give an arrangement form. Amaranthus is also known as Cat’s Tail. We designed the flowers for a … Continued

Flower of the Week

The flower this week is: Aster Aster is the is the birth flower for September so if you have a loved one with a birthday this month this would be a great flower to include in an arrangement for them! Asters come in white, lavender, purple, pink, magenta, red, and yellow. Asters are typically used … Continued

We love garden club!

We had the pleasure of hosting the ladies of Sequoyah garden club today at Echelon! Laura taught everyone how to build a terarium. Terariums are a unique way to add some green to your home and are very low maintenance. They only have to be watered once a week! [slideshow] Give us a call if you’d like … Continued

Flower of the Week

This week’s flower is Alstroemeria. The Alstroemeria is also known as Peruvian Lily or Inca Lily. This flower comes in white, lavender, purple, pink, magenta, red, peach, orange, yellow, and bicolor. A little about Alstroemeria: The blooms come in clusters of 4 to 6 trumpet like flowers. Most varieties have freckle like marks or streaks … Continued

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