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Eucalyptus Grey Seeded

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Eucalyptus Pods Grey

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Begonia Grey Variegated Angel Wing

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Brunia Grey Silver Balls

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Eucalyptus Grey Spiral Baby Blue

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Midnight Foam from Oasis Floral Products

By |March 3rd, 2019|

This mechanic is the NEW Midnight foam from Oasis Floral Products. Out of the box, this foam is a charcoal grey and when soaked with Flower Nutrient Water, it turns “BLACK”! This is a great new innovation because black foam virtually disappears in the arrangement…and the areas where it is visible appear to be

Wisteria Wedding Bouquet

By |March 12th, 2017|

This week, it’s all about those Glorious Grey Lavender colors…and Design Master is on deck to help J adjust the colors perfectly!

J creates a wedding bouquet in the Gala Bouquet Holder and uses the NEW Wisteria überMatte to give the holder a perfect matte color finish.

Then, he adjusts the color of a pink hydrangea

Golden Flowers -Romantic blooms on uBloom!

By |October 1st, 2016|


I’m so pleased to announce our NEW partnership with Golden Flowers- and the premiere of their video dedicated to roses is on Monday October 3, 2016.

Golden Flowers isn’t new to uBloom… in fact they were one of the original sponsors that helped us launch JTV… and they became famous for their Arrangement Solution kits…

JUNE 2012 NEWSLETTER: In the Spotlight…Featured uBloomer, Chandin Geihsler

By |June 3rd, 2012|

Chandin Geihsler is the owner and lead designer of Studio 3, a wedding & events floral design business in Seattle, WA.  She has been married to her husband, Brian, for 2 years and is mom to their adorable 16 month old daughter, Zoe.




You got your love of flowers as a young girl helping your

APRIL 2012 Newsletter: Tulip Care & Handling

By |April 15th, 2012|



The rich history of Tulips   (Gay Smith—Chrysal March 2012)

Originating in one of the least hospitable environs on earth, the foothills where China and Tibet meet Russia and Afghanistan, early tulips were hardy and well-adapted to harsh winters and parched summers of central Asia. For nomads having survived another howling, freezing, Asian winter, tulips became

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