This week at the flower shop!

Hello all! I hope you've been having a great September so far. We've been working on a lot of behind the scenes type things over here lately. This included moving my son into our little tiny house in our backyard, and swapping my floral studio inside to his old room. It's been a strange but fun transition! His room now looks like a little Hobbit house, and my "flower shop" has never been more organized! I'm ready to get going on work here for the fall full time now! Here are a few things going on this week over at the Foliage Flower & Plant Shop: 

Dried Flower Arrangements

I've put together a selection of dried flower arrangements for you all in a few different sizes. Our smallest ones start at $15, and feature some large, everlasting hydrangea blooms from our very own garden here at Foliage. For those of you that don't like the life span of freshly cut flowers, these everlasting arrangements are a wonderful alternative. 

rubber tree in white pot

Rubber Tree Plants

We have a special on our Rubber Trees this week, cause we got in a few extras from our growers! Normally $30, they're $5 dollars off this week only! These plants have dark, waxy green leaves and can grow to be 5-6 feet tall inside in the right conditions. We love these, and they look stunning against a light colored wall. Don't miss out on our special $5 off deal this week! We don't do this very often!  

flowers in box

Fall Gardening

I've also been working more out in my garden, to get the ground ready for early spring growing blooms and bulbs. We've got hollyhock and foxgloves getting tidied up, and end of summer blooms like our zinnias and cosmos trying to still hang on for a bit longer. I'm having lots of fun playing with foraged plants and flowers to make some special arrangements for you guys, like our Meadow Boxes. 


Well, that's about it for this week! Just wanted to check in with you all! I hope you're doing well, and we can't wait to get your flowers to you! 



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