September Birth Flower: Aster

Dating back to Greek mythology, the goddess Virgo spread star dust into the earth. Today we recognize these lovely stems as “asters”, which translates to “star” in Greek. Let’s all thank the goddess Virgo for blessing us with such a sweet September. Don’t eat the apple! Asters are flowers for the gods! These babies used…

DIY: Summer Aerium

Having some end of the summer sadness? If you’re holding onto the last seconds of summer like we are, express it all in this beach inspired DIY. An aerium is a terrarium for Tillandsias, which most people know as air plants. They live by absorbing water and nutrients from space and air they inhabit. Grab any…

5 Blue Flowers for July 4th

  Blue flowers and foliage are definitely infrequent in nature. Today, many florists dye flowers blue to achieve certain color stories, especially roses and mums. However, there are certain flowers that do exhibit the natural hues of blue in their pigment. These are perfect for your red, white, blue festivities coming up! Hydrangea Hydrangea runs in…

5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Tulips

1. What do they mean? Tulips symbolize imagination, dreaminess, and a declaration of love. 2. 3,000 registered varieties! You can find tulips in any color even black (“Queen of the Night”) and blue in certain lighting! Remember that white tulips are great apology flowers! 3. Why call it the “tulip”? The shape of the the flower inspired…