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Spring Flowers

Birth Month Flowers – May – Lily or Lily of the Valley

Lilies have been bred and re-bred into multiple hybrid forms for many years. Combining complex genetic knowledge and horticulture experience, parent plants are selected and hybridized, using techniques such as tissue culture, embryo rescue, polyploidization and in-vitro pollination. To ensure success, detailed planning and chromosomal study across different lily groups are carried out by commercial […]

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Birth Month Flowers – April – Daisy

Nothing says spring like a bouquet of bright and cheery daisies. Wile in the floral world we call these flowers daisies or poms, they are actually chrysanthemums. Where as Chrysanthemums are typically considered a fall flower, the availability of many varieties year-round make seasonal color choices perfect for any time of year. They are an […]

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Forcing Branches

This time of year, we get in many different types of branches like Forsythia, Curly Willow, Pussy Willow, peach blossoms and more. These branches go in arrangements, wreathes, bunched to sell, and more. Many do not know that these branches do have an afterlife when the flowers have expired. Curly Willow especially readily roots and […]

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Birth Month Flowers – March – Daffodil

Like the Iris, Daffodils mark and announce the coming of spring, representing rebirth and growth. The first flower to lead the way through the cold snowy ground to scream out “It’s Spring.” In some countries the yellow is associated with Easter. Brilliant yellow blooms of all kinds symbolize friendship, a new beginning, and happiness. We […]

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Birth Month Flowers – February – Iris

This year, we are highlighting a new flower every month; Birth Month Flowers! The symbolic and legendary meanings of flowers dates back to the Elizabethan era, but it was the Victorians who actually assigned simple messages to individual flowers. Flower Language was Introduced to the Swedish court in 1714 by Charles II, and the Victorian […]

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Throw Back Thursday – Vintage Arrangements

Its throwback Thursday! Milk glass has made a huge comeback! First originated from Venice in the 16th century for the wealthy and most fashionable in the 40’s and 50’s, milk glass is back and more popular than ever! We have a beautiful collection of milk glass and hobnob vases in the shop ready for any […]

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Boronia Heather

For all of us at the Trillium, beautiful Boronia Heather is a favorite spring flower because of its stunning hot pink blooms, its fun bouncy texture and its fantastic fragrance. It can really bring a smile to anyone’s face! Boronia is also used for its essential oils in perfumes and as a food additive t […]

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