Thursday, February 9, 2017


 A person that you have an immediate connection with the moment you meet. That connection is so strong that you are drawn to them in ways that you were never drawn to anyone else. It's a connection that develops over time. The love is so deep, strong & intricate that you begin to feel & doubt that you have ever
truly loved another prior. 

Happy Valentine's Day! 

This Valentine's
we have bouquets that are sure to make that special person in your life
 smile & jump with happiness.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016


Awww!! the sweetness of Summer. How we all love to relax in the sun. Why not add some sweet smells to help relieve stress.

Try this summer potpourri recipe:
1. Six cups of mixed dried flowers you have dried
2. Enough mint, scented geranium, rose leaves, lemon verbena or lemon balm leaves to make 2 cups
3. Place 4 heaping tablespoons of chopped orris root or chopped calamus root in a large glass container.
4. Add 8 drops rose geranium oil, 8 drops bergamot oil, 5 drops honeysuckle oil. Stir, close top and let mellow for a week.
5. Add the other ingredients, stir to blend, close container and let simmer for 4-6 more weeks, stirring occasionally.
6. When you are done, place potpourri in cut cloth and tie with ribbon or lace. It can be placed in your drawer, under your pillow or in a bowl for display. 

GREAT TIP: If you would like a sweeter fragrance use a few drops of jasmine, rose or ylang ylang oil. Too bland for your taste? Add some crushed cinnamon sticks, crushed allspice or cloves, patchouli leaves or lavender flowers. To simmer, use dried sweet woodruff, cut vanilla bean, crushed tonka bean or cut vanilla grass.

Email us and let us know what sweet smelling potpourri you came up with or post in comment section.


Monday, March 21, 2016

Easter Sunday Bouquets

Easter Sunday March 27, 2016

Order your Easter bouquets early

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Sweet Smells of Eucalyptus

Lemon-Scented Eucalyptus

The lemon-scented eucalyptus tree is native to Queensland, Australia and the surrounding area. The leaves are pale green and begin in an oval shape, but mature to be narrow and tapered. When mature, the leaves can be as long as 8 inches and between 1/2 and 3/4 of an inch across. Lemon eucalyptus leaves are used most commonly as an insect repellent, as citronella can be extracted from them. They are also used in aromatherapy.

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Peppermint Eucalyptus

The leaves of the peppermint eucalyptus tree are blue and heart-shaped, and mature to be thick and tapered. They can grow to be anywhere from 3 to 6 inches long and about 1 inch wide. The leaves give off a strong aroma reminiscent of peppermint. Because of the smell and flavor, the leaves are often used in mouthwash and deodorants and in the manufacturing of menthol. They also are used in aromatherapy. Aborigines used peppermint eucalyptus leaves in medicine, but their use has been abandoned in that field.

Tasmanian Blue Gum Eucalyptus

Young blue gum eucalyptus trees have blue oval-shaped leaves which mature into long yellow leaves with off-white flowers. This species of eucalyptus is the most widely grown and has the most applications, including being used in cough drops and other medicines. Essential oils can be extracted from the leaves and used in aromatherapy. The leaves can grow up to 10 inches in length, which is longer than most other species, and up to 2 inches wide. It's no surprise, then, that blue gum trees often grow to be taller than 200 feet, and some specimens have been reported to grow to 500 feet.

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Gully Gum Eucalyptus

The leaves of the gully gum eucalyptus tend to be pale green with white flowers. An essential oil extracted from the leaves is used in aromatherapy and is known to be less intense than other varieties of eucalyptus. The leaves also are used as a pain reliever to treat burns and as an antiseptic on open wounds. The oil from gully gum leaves is high in eucalyptol, also known as cineole, which is the compound that lends eucalyptus leaves their medicinal value and potent fragrance.

March Flower


March Flower meaning is:

Rebirth, Domestic Happiness, Respect, Regard and Friendship. The Daffodil is synonymous with Spring as it is the epitome of rebirth and new beginnings.

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Casket Spray

Casket spray designed in white with touches of red. Lilies, roses, snapdragons and seasonal greens.