Roses, cymbidium orchids, pretty pink peonies! I am just loving this trend, and desperately hope that it sticks around for years to come.
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The Paphiopedilum Callosum orchid, or Paph for short, is a genus of the Lady Slipper subfamily Cyprpedioideae of the flower plant family Orchidaceae. It is commonly called the Venus Slipper orchid, and is highly popularized by its visually striking, waxy blooms. The Pahiopedilum Callosum originates from areas in Vietnam and Malaysia. It is one of the […]
May the Irish hills caress you; may her lakes and rivers bless you; may the luck of the Irish enfold you; may the blessings of St Patrick behold you…
The orchid was registered by the Singapore Botanical Gardens in 1957, and was produced by combining a Arachnis Maggie Oei orchid with an Renanthera Coccinea orchid.
Pantone has released the official colour of 2015. The impactful, full-bodied qualities of Marsala make for an elegant, grounded statement color when used on its own or as a strong accent to many other colors. Nature has long been showcasing this wonderful colour. Here are a few flowers that are available in Marsala: Here are […]
Spring is almost here! The sun is shining and the snow is melting! Here are a few tips for getting the most out of your spring flowers.
An 80 year old Agave plant at the University of Michigan botanical gardens has bloomed. The agave produced a 28 foot high stalk that passed all the way through…
Azuma Makoto, put on an exhibit titled “ICED FLOWERS”. The exhibition featured compositions of beautiful flowers encased inside massive blocks of ice.
The classic story about the man named Narcissus who was so self-absorbed that he wasted away staring at his own reflection until he eventually became a flower,
Day of the Dead, which celebrated on November 1st and 2nd in many Latin American cultures, is a holiday that honours and commemorates the lives of deceased loved ones.