With Thanksgiving just a couple of weeks away, it seems like everyone has made plans to visit family, friends and other loved ones for this quintessen...
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Some rather ingenious tulip growers in California have figured out a way to have farm fresh tulips in the fall. No, it does not mean flying them in from South America, which what is done with nearly every rose sold in the United States today.
It is important to remember that Dia de los Muertos is not Halloween, for its origin and rituals are different. It is from the ancient indigenous beliefs which held that Death defines life and that our deaths illuminate our lives.
Anyone working with lilies or enjoying them in their home or office will know the sad moment when you accidentally brush against a big Oriental lily and end up with a swath of bright orange pollen on your shirt, blouse or worse, your white slacks.
It was a great exercise in the power of flowers to brighten someone's day or just the unexpected joy of being in the right place at the right time.
Now that it is officially autumn, it's time to dig into the hot colors of fall flowers. The fashion world dictates the color schemes we will see from the runways in New York and Paris, right down to the colors a bride requests for her fall wedding.
How many of you guys think about flowers while you're in the market, or walking by a florist? Unless someone has died or it's Valentine's Day, I bet never. It's time to change that thought.
With the sudden drop of temperatures and the on set of cardigan weather, the fall season is already laying claim to the city.
Like the lily, writing and our innermost desires need to have a quiet interlude between the leaves in spring and the eventual summer blooming of flowers.
It's almost time for fall weddings! As we trade in our flip-flops and tank tops for boots and cozy sweaters, here are the top five centerpiece trends we're loving for autumn nuptials.
Summer is the season of flowers. We enjoy them for their outrageous beauty. We give them as gifts to show gratitude, love, and appreciation. But why do flowers exist? Why do they bloom in summer?
Throughout the growing season I love walking through my flower garden. Even from one day to the next subtle changes catch my eye with amazement. But a midsummer walk reveals a landscape unique to that time of the year.
Science is a cumulative endeavor. Everything we do is built upon and inspired by the men and women who came before us. Sometimes they leave threads of things we can only hope to sew into something more whole. Today I am doing some sewing.
Last week we covered the principles of building a vertical garden, but no living wall is complete without some knowledge in choosing the best plants for the system.
After decades of fashion photography, Paul Lange has recently set his lenses on nature, or to be more specific, to landscapes and singular blooms. His photos of flowers like peonies and poppies are so stunning that they've become instant favorites among the stylish set.