Happy Trivia Friday! Can you guess how many gourds are in our basket? The person with the closest guess will win 3 gourds of their choosing, for pickup at our Beacon Hill location. Send us an email with your guess, email@example.com. Good luck!
A lovely cymbidium orchid plant! A unique and exotic option, the orchid lover in your life is bound to "ooh" and "ahh" over this plant. Pay us a visit to check out our entire orchid collection!
Our designers have been working hard to create beautiful, autumnal arrangements. Our main colors this season are muted neutrals, oranges, a deep maroon, and a touch of dark purple. Of course, we are always able to accommodate custom arrangements and bouquets if nothing on our website catches your eye. Here is a peek at some of our favorites, but be sure to check out the entire collection!
Fall plantings don't have to be about bold colors! Our garden design team recently completed a planting of greens and whites, made full with a ton of mums and autumn grasses. The draping ivy ties the colors together and creates a full planting!
We love the pop of colors that sunflowers give in an arrangement or a handtied bouquet! This is a recent bouquet with peaches, purples, and yellows, that was inspired by some of the warmer days we had last week. We're not quite ready to let go of summer yet!
Bouquet includes sunflowers, Tiffany roses, veronica, hydrangea, protea, thistle, kale, and hypericum berries.
Happy Monstera Monday! We're kicking off our week with some nice, big leaves.
Our "Grand Bouquet" of the day! We always have hand-tied bouquets ready to go, including one extra-large and full, for that very special occasion. Be sure to come by and check out our daily design!
The shop is getting spookier by the day...can you spot our Halloween decor? Be sure to come by and check out all of our holiday goodies!
We just received a shipment of a new pot collection, and they're our favorites at the moment! They're the perfect size for a small houseplant or orchid. They come in 5 different color palettes, so there's something for everyone!
From left to right, the plants shown are: fern, jade, fern, peperomia, and a sanseveria.
We often have many people photographing out displays, and every so often it's portrayed by an artist in either paint or drawings. We recently found this watercolor illustration by Riley Sheehey, (@cestriley) inspired by an Instagram photo by @jackiegreaney. We absolutely love it!
Have your own Rouvalis photograph, painting, or drawing? We would love to see them! Email a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks again, Riley & Jackie!