June 14, 2017 Today is Flag Day! My suggestion to you all is to hang your american flags high! I have a few of the hand held size flags for waving that I put out when my Marine sons came home after being oversees. I say decorate your flower boxes or containers with a few […]

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June 9, 2017 This type of floral arrangement is a unique design. Having 2 glass cubes in two different sizes placed next to each other. In one cube the gladiolas give it height as the cube does. In the lower cube some bright yellow spider mums are cut shorter. The green leaf ties the two […]

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June 7, 2017 I was just reading one of my many photography books I get from the library and a chapter really looked cool to me. A photographer took actual strawberry leaves from a strawberry field and placed them on a light table to capture the detail. He then took a photo of these leaves […]

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  June 6, 2017 I remember in my childhood when I first saw the Venus Fly Trap…in a plastic dome  looking like something out of a sci-fy movie.  Today I saw them come into the Flower Shop for sale. Now it is like the perfect predator in my mind. It is a plant that stands […]

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June 5, 2017 As I took my walk yesterday I noticed a field of little yellow flowers called Coreopsis. The common name for Coreopsis is Tickseed. They are a native plant of the New Jersey region and I know my sister is going to want to plant some in her garden! 🙂 They are a […]

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June 4, 2017 While shopping at the grocery store yesterday I noticed in the produce department zucchini flowers for sale. They are the blossoms that the farmer has picked off before the zucchini has a chance to grow. I never new you could eat these flowers. This struck my curiousity to research eating flowers. I […]

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June 2, 2017 As June arrives…so do the strawberries. As I remember from my childhood that is about 2 weeks of work! lol There is so much I could say about growing those juicy delights but today I am talking about my happyflowers! I remember a flower smell that I used to smell while picking […]

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