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Alstroemeria Yellow Bicolor

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Dracaena Yellow BiColor Gold Dust

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Eremurus Yellow

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Chrysanthemum Yellow Bicolor Novelty Pompon

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Kalanchoe Yellow Double

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Chrysanthemum Yellow Daisy Pompon Viking

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Moody Blues (and Pinks and Yellows and Reds…)

By |May 15th, 2008|

Written by Gay Smith

Flowers with attitude are a bit more challenging to process, but it’s always worth the effort!

Bouvardia is a good example. It either holds for two hours or for two weeks. What’s the secret? Bouvardia is ethylene sensitive so make sure your grower treats with STS at farm level. It is also

Colorful Hummus- Recipe in Bloom

By |July 24th, 2020|

Colorful Hummus- Recipe in Bloom!
Color offers us the ability to express ourselves- even in the kitchen- and today I’ll share a fun way to ‘dress up your hummus’ with a colorful palette of choices.

You can create your own hummus- use your favorite recipe- or if you’re like me… I have a favorite vendor that

Episode 211- Flowers- Nature’s Rainbow

By |July 12th, 2020|

Flowers: Nature’s Rainbow
Host J Schwanke shows you how to color your life with Flowers! Flowers are the perfect way to “try on” new colors – positively affect your mood, and adding vibrancy to your decorating, cooking, and entertaining.

An Introduction to Color

What your favorite color says about your Personality!

Entertaining with Colorful Flowers- Theming your Parties

Ikebana Flower Arranging

By |May 17th, 2020|

This week, we take time to increase our health and wellness with the Japanese Flower Art of Ikebana. There are so many different schools of Ikebana Flower Arranging. I studied the school of Ikenoba in Japan in the late 70s. This project has the 3 basic elements of Ikebana and a ‘nod’ to Moribana…by