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Plant Care

Because every plant is different, we can't tell you a specific way to keep your indoor plants alive and healthy.

Some plants enjoy the sunlight while others would rather be shaded.

Some plants like to drink a lot of water and others like to stay dry.


To keep your plants happy, ask us about specific indoor plant care.

We also have care cards for you to take home, ask us for assistance.

Fresh Flower Care

Flowers are very easy to care for, which makes them more enjoyable for longer!

Be sure to check the water level of your flowers' vase/container.  Water should be high enough that all stems are in the water but not too high that foliage is in the water.

Foliage in the water can create bacteria which will cause your flowers to die sooner.

Water should be changed daily and the vase should be cleaned every couple of days.

During cleaning, the stems of your flowers should be recut at an angle

about 1" above the end. Avoid smashing or piercing the stems.

Replace the water in the vase with fresh flower food (as directed).


Keep flowers away from direct sunlight, any source of cold or heat, and away from fans.


REMEMBER- flowers are delicate to heat and cold!

Keep flowers in a 65-72 degree environment.

When transporting flowers in the cold, keep them covered with tissue and a bag.

Flower Color Meanings


Red: There’s an indisputable energy to the color red – an energy that has the power to transform an otherwise unassuming flower into the essence of desire, strength, and passionate love. With beauty, courage and heat as its symbolism, it’s no surprise that a bouquet filled with rich, red blooms knows no restraint.


Orange: There’s nothing bashful about the color orange–its message is clear and blatantly proud. Symbolizing energy, enthusiasm, and warmth, an arrangement of blooms in this vibrant color conveys confidence, satisfaction and a passion for life. 


Yellow: There’s a good reason why it can feel all but impossible to refrain from smiling when you spot a bouquet of bright daffodils or a pot filled with sun-drenched chrysanthemums–the color yellow evokes feelings of joy and lightheartedness. Also a symbol of friendship, a bouquet bursting with yellow blooms sends a message of new beginnings and happiness. 


Green: Synonymous with nature–and the perfect complement to any other bloom–the color green represents health, resilience, good fortune and youth. Whether used to throw together a diverse mixture of shapes and hues or as a restful tone-on-tone bouquet, green flowers send a message of optimism and renewal.


Blue: The pale blue hues of a hydrangea or the deep blues of an iris can calm worries and preoccupation representing peace, openness, and serenity, fresh floral arrangements filled with blue flowers offers a cooling antidote to anxiousness. 


Purple: With its origins tied to royalty and ceremony, purple flowers represent dignity, pride and success. Whether grouped alone in a bold range of rich hues or mixed in with other colors to provide depth and contrast, an arrangement filled with purple blooms represents accomplishment and admiration. 


Lavender: While purple is the color of royalty, and pink the color of youth, lavender is femininity all grown up. Representing refinement, grace, and elegance, lavender holds an almost sacred place in nature—with violet flowers often considered the most delicate and precious. An arrangement filled with these genteel blossoms send a message of feminine beauty. 


Pink: Think pink and you think of grace, gentility, and happiness. Regardless of the shape of the flower – from the tight, small buds of a pink garden rose to the delicate, open petals of a pink caellia in full bloom – pink blossoms convey youth, innocence, and joy.


White: Often associated with innocence, humility, and reverence, white flowers evoke simple beauty. Whether they take their shape as the luxurious, silk petals of fragrant gardenias, the small, white bells of a lily of the valley, or the quiet drama of a dozen white roses, fresh floral arrangement dominated by white blossoms conveys modesty and elegance. 

Astrology Flowers


  • Capricorn (Dec. 22- Jan. 20): African Violets

  • Aquarius (Jan. 23- Feb. 19): Orchids

  • Pisces (Feb. 20- Mar. 20): Alstromeria

  • Aries (Mar. 21- April 20): Tulips

  • Taurus (April 21- May 21): Lilies

  • Gemini (May 22- June 21): Roses

  • Cancer (June 22- July 22): Delphinium

  • Leo (July 23- Aug. 22): Sunflowers

  • Virgo (Aug. 23- Sept. 23): Daisies

  • Libra (Sept. 24- Oct. 23): Hydrangea

  • Scorpio (Oct. 24- Nov. 22): Peony

  • Sagittarius (Nov. 23- Dec. 21): Carnations

Birthday Flowers

  • January: Carnation

  • February: Iris

  • March: Daffodil

  • April: Daisy

  • May: Lily

  • June: Rose

  • July: Delphinium

  • August: Gladiola

  • September: Aster

  • October: Marigold

  • November: Chrysanthemum

  • December: Poinsettia

Wedding Anniversary Gifts

1st: Paper, Clocks

2nd: Cotton, China

3rd: Leather, Crystal/Glass

4th: Fruit/Flowers, Appliances

5th: Wood, Silverware

6th: Candy/Iron, Wood

7th: Wool/Copper, Desk Sets

8th: Bronze/Pottery, Linens/Lace

9th: Pottery/Willow, Leather

10th: Tin/Aluminum, Diamond Jewelry

11th: Steel, Fashion Jewelry

12th: Silk/Linens, Pearls

13th: Lace, Textiles/Furs

14th: Ivory, Gold Jewelry

15th: Crystal, Watches

20th: China, Platinum

25th: Silver

30th: Pearl, Diamond

35th: Coral, Jade

40th: Ruby

45th: Sapphire

50th: Gold

60th: Diamond

Wedding Anniversary Flowers

1st: Carnation

2nd: Lily of the Valley

3rd: Sunflower

4th: Hydrangea

5th: Daisy

6th: Calla

7th: Freesia

8th: Lilac

9th: Bird of Paradise

10th: Daffodil

11th: Tulip

12th: Peony

13th: Chrysanthemum

14th: Orchid

15th: Rose

20th: Aster

25th: Iris

30th: Lily

40th: Gladiola

50th: Yellow Roses and African Violets

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