Springtime Birdcage Arrangement in 9" Aged Canvas Silhouette read more
Today we’re going to use a white FlowerBox Grab & Go vase in an entirely different way from how it was intended and create this Flower Orb tied to the top of the vase using the vase’s silk handle. read more
Today I’m using purple stock, Yellow Gerbera and Blue Iris to create this dramatic design inside a Dusty Yellow FlowerBox vase. read more
Today we’re using the radiant orchid FlowerBox combined with soft pink roses, stock and dusty miller to create a lovely romantic design. read more
Create a fragrant lily arrangement using our Olive FlowerBox! read more
Gerbera Daisy Arrangement in Banana Cream FlowerBox read more
Today we’re learning how to create this venetian blue 8” Bagless FlowerBox using Hydreangea and blue iris.
Today we’re learning how to create the 8” Bagless FlowerBox, and then adding tropical flowers to the vase. read more
Today we’re learning how to create the 8” Bagless FlowerBox with a succulent as our centerpiece. read more
Use snake grass, orchids, snap dragons, lines of lily grass, and stock in our ode to Asian-fusion. read more
Ikebana-Inspired 5.5" Black Cube Vase with Snake Grass read more
Create an architectural design with a clay FlowerBox cube and lilies! read more
It’s Early Spring here in the Pacific Northwest, and nothing says Spring better than Hyacinth. So fragrant, and a real harbinger of Spring. read more
It’s early spring time here in the Pacific Northwest, and we’re creating a sping time bouquet sure to please in a tan FlowerBox cube.
Today we’re creating a design using a White Bagless FlowerBox cube, lavender sticky ribbon, a white and lavender-tinged African violet, and because of the way the box folds, we’re going to add a princess-style wire handle at the top. read more
Today we’re creating a design using the White Linen Bagless FlowerBox cube, lavender sticky ribbon, a yellow-blooming kalanchoe, and because of the way the box folds, we’re adding a gold-leaf wire handle at the top.
It’s Early Spring here in the Pacific Northwest, and nothing says that better than Hyacinth. So fragrant, and a real harbinger of Spring. We’re going to add the hyacinth to a Lavender FlowerBox cube along with aralia, snake and steel grass and a bit of bamboo to finish it off. read more
Using our FlowerBox Cubes is an easy way to add value to your nursery plants. In this video, earn how I created this FlowerBox Cube with an Orange Begonia. read more
Today we’re creating this beautiful nested spring-time arrangement with watchful little birds looking out over the flowers.
Today we’re having fun with White sticks and Medolino extenders in our large 5.5” white FlowerBox cube. read more
Today we’re creating a simple design using a variety of spring-time flowers to create a romantic flower arrangement!
Today we’re creating a simple design using a lime green silhouette vase, aspidistra leaves and milti-colored tulips to create a bit of spring! read more
Today we’re using the White-wash plank silhouette vase to hold a grouping of hydrangeas with a spray of blue iris coming up and out much like fireworks. read more
Today we’re using the White-washed silhouette vase to hold a base of seeded eucalyptus with snake grass towering above light pink snap dragons.
Dusty Pink Bagless FlowerBox Design read more
Today we’re using the bright pink Honeysuckle Silhouette FlowerBox with roses and yellow mums to create a fun, and romantic, springtime design. read more
I really love this Chocolate Silhouette FlowerBox design. It’s so simple, and yet so dramatic! I harvested the curly willow and the clematis right from the garden -- Add a few flowers, and wow! read more
We're using complementary colors of the dramatic blue Iris 12” Silhouette Vase along with yellow roses, mums and snapdragons to create this tiered floral design. read more
Today we’re using blue-tinged hydrangea and variegated Aspidistra leaves to create a simple nest for our Easter eggs.
Work with us in this Idea Book segment to create a romantic white and red arrangement that's perfect for your plus-one. read more
Today I’m using lily grass and yellow roses to create a romantic bouquet that looks fresh from the garden.