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Just living is not enough,” said the butterfly, “one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.” -Hans Christian Andersen Butterflies in the Garden Have you ever wondered what makes a country garden so resplendent with butterflies? How about what flowers to plant to attract them? Well, we’ve got your covered; for a garden filled […]

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(Irving Penn for Vogue, 1971) “Once lively peonies now wind-weary, and ragged at the edges, hang their heavy crowns; rain on their backs, one final act, before detaching from the stem and falling down.” –Kristen Henderson, Of My Maiden Smoking (Irving Penn Photography) Peonies: Origins and Meanings “Peonies are native to China. They are highly […]

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How to Still Get Flowers During Lockdown…and How Safe Is It? During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, we are all learning a new language of sorts. For example, words like “essential” and “non-essential” are frequently bandied about. The question is what items are actually essential? When you think of essential items, you may not think of […]

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How to Use Flowers, Fruit, and Plants to Brighten Your Home During Lockdown As the world collectively deals with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, many people are finding themselves on lockdown. Whether you are staying home because your area simply requires it, due to not wanting to catch the illness, or due to already displaying symptoms, […]

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Spring is Here! Cherry blossoms are one of the first signs of spring. The days have gotten longer, the weather is warmer, soft rains fall gently, and the trees start to blossom; there is nothing quite as beautiful as a cherry tree in bloom. Stems and branches of cherry blossoms (real and artificial) make beautiful […]

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