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Carnation Brown Miniature

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Chrysanthemum Brown Disbud Cremon

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Rose Brown

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Rose Brown Hypnose

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Anthurium Brown Choco

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Ginger Brown Shampoo

By |September 3rd, 2011|

How to Create a Chocolate Brown Colored Arrangement!

By |September 8th, 2008|

Who wants Chocolate?! J creates a Fashionable Centerpiece using everything Chocolate…Chocolate COLOR that is… Roses, Wire, Ribbon, Preserved Foliages and Festive Ornaments…a special treat for Chocolate Lovers Everywhere! J’s simple easy to follow steps can be used with any color you choose.

Episode 513- Flower Memories

By |September 7th, 2023|

Flowers have a way of intertwining with memories in this episode of Life In Bloom. We’ll visit with my grandpa, Carnation Joe, discuss first memories of flowers, memorialize those who’ve gone before us and even enjoy some happy clouds. Watch Video or Free Preview

Episode #509 – A Bloom for All Reasons

By |June 22nd, 2023|

Episode #509 – A Bloom for All Reasons
The Calla Lily is the featured flower in this episode. J shares flower lore behind this classic flower. We’ll see Callas of all colors – including black. J creates a unique crescent shaped Calla bouquet to carry, shows you how to arrange Calla Lily blooms inside a

Episode #508 Collections in Bloom

By |May 26th, 2023|

Today on Life In Bloom it’s all about collections, living collections of trees and hosta plants in the garden, artwork featuring flowers in various forms - and even swizzle sticks and recipes. In some circles I might be known to be a bit of a pack rat. I do love a good collection and have many personal collections that I enjoy. I’ve shared my flower frog collection on the show - as well as my Starburst Franciscan Dinnerware. Although she mainly collects experiences, as many people do today, I’ve even inspired my niece Grace to collect the pattern Echo, by the same creator, Mary Chalmers Brown. I do try to be mindful of collections, however, and have become more particular to adding to collections or starting new ones. Of course, this rarely applies to flowers. I can always find a bit of room in the garden for another specimen. Let’s dive into some curated collecting and see where we wind up. Watch Video or Free Preview