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DIY with Kiana Underwood

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

“Yellow, while not the only color in this arrangement, is the star. I simply adore this combination, as what’s not to love about the combination of bittersweet, viburnum and garden rose?”—KIANA UNDERWOOD of Tulipina  Flowers:  bittersweet milkweed euphorbia branches from maidenhair tree persimmon garden rose viburnum  Note: Bittersweet is lovely, but poisonous. The yellow husks […]

Salute to Pantone

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

As we all know, Pantone named Emerald Green color of the year for 2013—one of our absolute favorite colors around the flower office. Green flowers are hard to come by, so we love green plants especially for these winter months. They add life to your interior and can be a really “green choice”. 1. Fig tree, […]

Ballard Designs Style Studio

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

Hot off the press! Our fearless leader and I just returned from a shoot with Ballard Designs in Atlanta… SO MUCH FUN! Margot was filmed making awesome wreaths and flower arrangements that are fall and holiday friendly. Stay tuned and check out Ballard’s Style Studio on their Web Site, where the tutorials will appear in […]

Beautiful Simplicity

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

Lily of the Valley is quite possibly the most beautiful and simple flower, but can make a fabulous statement. Hello, Kate Middleton?! For fall decor, mix it with some magnolia leaves or moss and create your own l-o-v love! How beautiful would it be all over your house in little vases and an overflowing bounty of it […]

Some lovely French mulberry for your Friday…

Friday, September 21st, 2012

  flower friend Rebecca Vizard, owner of B.Viz Design , sent us this lovely photo of zinnias from her garden and French mulberry spires gathered from the woods around her home, called Locustland, in St. Joseph, Louisiana. Loosely arranged in a pitcher from the South of France with a locust on the front, these flowers […]