Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Harvard Study on the Home Ecology of Flowers

A Harvard Study "Investigates the Home Ecology of Flowers" The study concluded that people who live with fresh cut flowers report fewer episodes of anxiety and depressed feelings. The study suggest that flowers have a positive impact on our well being. The three main findings are: 1. Flowers feed compassion. 2. Flowers chase away anxieties, worries and the blues at home. 3. Living with flowers can provide a boost of energy, happiness and enthusiasm at work. I think I'll make sure I save a few flowers for myself.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Bridal Shows

This is our busy time for bridal shows. On Sunday the 3rd of October we will be at Lower Lake Ranch in Pine, Colorado. www.lowerlakeranch.com This is a beautiful location for a destination weddings. October 17th we will be at The Boettcher Mansion for their Autumn Bridal Showcase. www.jeffco.us/boettcher/ This is a large event that is free to the public with lots of food, gifts, prizes and a free honeymoon giveaway. Don't forget to register for these events.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Just put many items on Sale

Wow! I've lost my mind. I just put many items on sale (some as much as $100.00 off) all throughtout the web site. Check this out for big savings.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Consumers will not reduce spending on Valentine'a day 2009

The National Federation's survey says consumers plan to spend nearly the same on flowers for Valentine's Day that they did last year. Over one-third (35.7%) of people will buy flowers, nearly the same as last year's (35.9%)

The National Retail Federation's 2009 Valentines Day Consumer Intentions and Action survey, conducted by BIG research, found that consumers plan to spend an average of $102.50 on Valentine's gifts and merchandise. down from last years $122.98 per person. Total Valentine
s Day spending is expected to reach $14.7 billion.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Outstanding Varieties Competition

The Society of American Florist (SAF) held the 2008 Outstanding Varieties Competition on September 18th. The Outstanding Varieties Competition showcases the floral industry's most exciting flowers, foliage and plants.
Look for these new arivals to appear in the marketplace soon.

Best in show:
Rose "Free Spirit"
Spray Rose "Flash Night"
Chrysanthemum "Anastasia White"

Monday, October 13, 2008

October 13th 1st BLOG

The Wedding season is now winding down with our first snow of the year on October 12th. The bridal show season is in full swing. We had a successful and fun day at Lower Lake Ranch on Sunday and the 19th we will be at the Boettcher Mansion for a very exciting bridal event.