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Inspired by the Season: An Autumn Arrangement | Michigan Floral in Metro Detroit

September is almost behind us, the sunny days have begun to turn crisp, and the last of summer’s colors have begun to turn a deeper tone as they slowly decay. Inspired by the deep colors of the autumn sunset and last of the lightning bugs as we sip warm apple cider on the porch. Styled with dinner-plate dahlias, garden roses, ferns, seeded eucalyptus, roses, and seasonal berries. Send a loved one, or yourself, a custom arrangement today by calling our…

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Inspired by the Season: Raspberry Patch | Michigan Floral in Metro Detroit

The nights are, already, growing longer and the evenings are quickly cooling off. The rain has discovered a more even tempo as it hits the earth and the raspberry patch is in it’s last bloom before fall completely takes hold. Inspired by the fleeting summer days spent in the garden plucking the last of this season’s fruit; styled with ranunculus, zinnia, raspberries, queen anne’s lace, and eryngium thistle. Send a loved one, or yourself, a custom arrangement today by calling…

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A Hellebore Story

The queen of the snow, the very first breath of Persephone; the Hellebore greets each garden with her first blooms, as early as January in most Michigan gardens, and continues to re-bloom through early spring. The clumping nature of these blooms amplifies the colour in the early, stark garden. A garden without hellebores is a garden lacking depth and breadth. The sturdy and glossy foliage is a favorite of mine throughout the growing season. The texture cannot be replicated with…

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A Cut Flower Garden: The Plan

Planning a cut flower garden for this spring can feel daunting – finding a location, preparing the soil, choosing the flowers, remembering to water, and discovering just the right moment to cut. The best planned garden will ensure bouquets from spring to fall. Start by choosing a location. Most floral varieties benefit from lots of sunlight and rich, well-drained soil. There’s no reason to hide or make your cut garden bed inconspicuous, beautiful flowers are meant to be enjoyed! As…

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