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Rose Magenta Tenga Venga

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Episode 10- A Flower Arranger’s Best Friend!

By |June 9th, 2019|

Host J Schwanke shares some history of the flower frog—a device used to help arrange flowers. Whether man-made or natural, this tool has many applications when it comes to arranging and entertaining.

*Bonus Content in Blue Links!

This week on “J Schwanke’s Life in Bloom”- we take a look at the Flower Frog- the Flower Arranger’s

Gerbera Daisy Flower Farming!

By |March 31st, 2019|

Gerbera Daisy- Flower Farming! Oh My- there is nothing quite as impressive as a greenhouse filled to the brim with Blooming Gerbera Daisy Plants… it’s one of the flowers that we harvest when it is completely open. It’s different than other flowers that way. Lilies, Tulips, Iris, Roses…even Carnations are harvested in tight bud

Spring Chrysanthemum Centerpiece

By |March 3rd, 2019|

It’s time for Spring! This week, J creates a wonderful complimentary arrangement using NEW Chrysanthemum varieties from Deliflor Latin America…featuring NEW Disbuds, Yellow Magnum and Yellow Daisy Spray Chrysanthemums.
Using the NEW Midnight foam in an Accent Décor antique gold pedestal vase, it’s easy to create a Super Long Lasting Spring arrangement. Using the gorgeous

Thanksgiving Centerpiece with Stained Glass Corn

By |October 21st, 2018|

Thanksgiving is just around the corner…and we all love to have flowers decorating our table. I was so inspired by some Beautiful Stained Glass Corn I found at the Farmers’ Market. With gorgeous shades of blue, green and lavender, this amazing Corn proves that we can use just about any color for our Thanksgiving

Decadence on a Stem… ROSE LILY… Hot Flower Trend!

By |September 8th, 2013|

Decadence on a Stem
uBloom Guest Blog By Lily Sunvalley!

The Rose Lily – Decadence on a Stem

In an industry as vast as floriculture, it is rare when a certain flower really shakes things up. It started about three years ago; the Rose Lily sprang onto the flower scene as the new upstart in autumn

Buying Local…Foraging Local

By |February 9th, 2010|

Written by Christopher Grigas

It’s winter…a guy walks in to a flowers shop….It’s me, Christopher Grigas. I look around and see lovely peach Alstroemeria, magenta micro Pomps, ivory Hydrangea, purple Dutch Tulips in clear cellophane bunches, Slender & spiky Bird of Paradise, a scatter of Charlotte Red Roses and white Carnations in a pair

Spring in the Flower Fields

By |April 28th, 2009|

Written by Suzanne Smith

Growing up in the Southern California sunshine, I sometimes take for granted the beauty that surrounds me.
While many are still thawing out or experiencing snow flurries, I am sitting sipping an ice tea and breathing in the sweet smell of Jasmine and Wisteria. Okay, don’t smack me!

In the spirit

The Bleakness of Winter…Be Inspired

By |January 7th, 2008|

Written by Christopher Grigas

Color Lust

I LOVE THE BLEAKNESS OF WINTER…and using it for design inspiration. Winter puts a lot of designers into a color frenzy. I am first to admit, I love a lush & bountiful design of magenta Peonies, plum Dahlias and gold Ranunculus,…who wouldn’t? But, wait…don’t

How To Select Flowers for your Flower Arrangements

By |June 5th, 2006|

J Introduces The John Henry Floral Fan Deck, which revolutionized Flower Selection and Flower Education for the Flower Industry. Featuring 8 COLOR based decks. Each Floral Fan Deck describes Flowers and Foliages in the Eight Specific Color Ranges: White, Yellow, Peach/Orange, Pink/Magenta, Red, Green, Blue/Lavender, and Purple. The Information on each card offers: Botanical