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Each month, we travel to our farm partners and use our discovery process to pick the freshest, most unique flower varieties to BloomsyBox subscribers. This month, we went to Ecuador to explore the beauty of tropical flowers up close and personal. After conducting vase life tests, it was a no-brainer that we send our flower family this stunning bouquet!
Superstitions are deeply rooted in history and widely believed (logically or not) today. And while most superstitions like Friday the 13th, a black cat crossing your path, or opening an umbrella indoors are well known, there are several more that fly under the “freaky” radar.
If you’ve already received your March BloomsyBox, you already know we did things a bit different this time around. (If you haven’t gotten yours yet, you might want to bookmark this post for after it arrives!) SPOILER ALERT: This month’s mixed bouquet will fill your month with sunshine no matter what mother nature is doing outdoors.
Objects in these photos are simpler to arrange than they appear. I’m not going to pretend like I wasn’t intimidated by this arrangement at first glance. The cascading greens were haunting my dreams for a few days before I finally pushed up my sleeves and got started. And I’m happy to say that once I began, this arrangement – like most in The Flower Chef – was a pleasure to create!
I’ve never been to California but in my mind, it’s a magical place where the weather always cooperates, the backdrops are always picture-perfect, and the people always look trendy no matter what they’re wearing. It’s also apparently a place with more unique produce than I have available here in New York – as proven by this Flower Chef recipe!
I don’t care how “basic” it is… there’s just something about peonies that makes me giddy! The ingredients for this bouquet were so stunning, I almost didn’t want to touch them in fear that I would somehow screw up and steal their beauty.
Are flower crowns still “in”? Because we’re seriously swooning over these beautiful headpieces! One major perk of being in the floral industry is that our “market research” is really, really pretty.
This time, we’re working with another difficulty of 2 from the book: the “Light and Lovely” bouquet. The arrangement turned out beautiful, despite my initial insecurities – and even taught me a couple life lessons along the way. Let’s get to it!
Today is the big day… tackling the first “Recipe” from The Flower Chef, the Grocery Store Spiral. Let’s jump right in. I’ll show you the steps and tell you what I experienced along the away: the good, the bad, and the beautiful results!