The faces of Echelon Florist: Laura

We have a wonderful team here at Echelon Florist and we want to share our passion for floral design with you! For the next several weeks we will be introducing ourselves to you and telling our stories┬áhere on the Echelon Florist blog. We’d love to answer any questions you have for us so feel free … Continued

Flower Of The Week

This week’s flower is so unique and delicate. Spray orchids are also known as Oncidium orchids or Dancing lady (can you see why?). They are available all year and can be red, yellow, brown or bicolor. The coloring of these orchids makes them a popular choice for fall arrangements. There are many tiny blooms on … Continued

Flower Of The Week

This week’s flower is delicate and very fragant bloom. Freesia Freesia (pronounced FREES-ya) is available the whole year and can be white, lavender, putple, pink, magenta, red, orange, yellow, or bicolor. Some people think this flower smells like fruit loops. There are multiple blooms on each stem and when one begins to fade be sure … Continued

Flower Of The Week

The flower this week is a lovely, romantic flower called Astilbe. Astilbe can also be known as Goat’s Beard or False Spirea. It has tiny flowers that form feathery plumes. The stems grow to be 24 to 30 inches long. Astilbe is a beautiful flower to use in wedding bouquets. Meaning: I’ll still be waiting, … Continued

Flower Of The Week

The flower this week is a very whimsical one. It even has a fun name Allium Gigantum Allium gigantum is more commonly known as Giant Allium or Onion Flower. It can be white or lavender and has very tiny flowers clustered together to form a globe. The stem is round & leafless. Giant Allium can … Continued