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We Love Celfie Containers

We are loving these Celfie Containers!  

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Birth Month Flowers – November – Chrysanthemum

When one thinks of fall, it is hard to overlook Chrysanthemums. They are practically perfect next to your fall gourds and pumpkins on your porch or fireplace and the color varieties that can be found are stunning; lush and sumptuous. Chrysanthemums are highly varied, coming in many shapes and sizes, and the large blooms you […]

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Birth Month Flowers – October – Calendula and Marigold

The October Birth Month flower is a colorful representative of the changing from Summer to Fall, a perfect fit: the Calendula and the Marigold. While this bloom is not typically found as a cut flower, it is similar to our Gerbera Daisies, Mums, and Asters we carry at the shop throughout the fall. It may be […]

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Fall Wedding Trends 2015

Fall weddings are some of the most exciting and enjoyable weddings. The rush of summer has slowed down and everyone is changing with the seasons, along with the new fall trends. Many of this years trends (as seen in our February Blog Post) such as lush and romantic bouquets, large tablescapes, etc. are still relevant […]

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Birth Flower of the Month – July – Delphinium

While you may only see a couple types of delphinium at the florist or nursery, there are over 400 species of Delphinium! Native to the Northern Hemisphere and the mountainous African tropics, these tall and colorful flowers are actually part of the Ranunculus Family. The name Delphinium originates from the Greek word for Dolphin based […]

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In Focus: Tropical Houseplants

At the Trillium, we pride ourselves on having lots of different unique and interesting gifts. Not only do we sell and specialize in cut flowers, we also have many home decor gifts and a variety of indoor houseplants. We offer these all year round for walk-in or delivery and can customize them just for you. […]

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Care and Handling : Roses

Roses are more than 90% Water. The most important thing to long-lasting roses are to feed and hydrate them. Use commercial flower food to increase vase life up to 6 days. It limits microbial growth and reduces the pH which aids in H2O absorption. 1. Clean your vase well to sanitize 2. Remove any foliage […]

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Birth Month Flowers – June – Roses

While roses may be one of the most well-known and common flowers, they are one of the most fascinating in the history of floral cultivation. They have been used as symbols of love, war, beauty, and policy. The “Rosa” genus has 150 species, mostly in the Northern Hemisphere, from Alaska to Mexico, and including Northern […]

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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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Volunteer Recognition Day

Does your company or non-profit utilize Volunteers for daily or seasonal needs? Many organizations have many volunteers that are an integral and consistent part of their “workforce.” Show your appreciation by offering a small gift like flowers, a plant, or another unique gift from the Trillium. Volunteer Recognition Day is celebrated on April 20, 2015. […]

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