Author: Christine

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Wednesday April 6, 2016 - by: Christine

HOW DID YOU DO THAT TULIP CEILING ?

Have you ever seen something creative done and wondered how did they do that ??? I know I certainly have. Two weeks ago Westmount Florist was fortunate to have one of my dreams come true.



Friday February 5, 2016 - by: Christine

For the Love of Roses !!

As the day of “Love” is approaching we thought it would be a great time for some tips on keeping your roses in good shape and letting you in on how we process our roses.



Thursday February 4, 2016 - by: Christine

Terrific Tulips

Tulips are here and they are taking over the store ! Cut, planted or in our wonderful crates the season has finally arrived and we can’t be happier. Cut tulips are the first to arrive at the store in early January and our planted ones should be arriving by the end of month.



Friday January 8, 2016 - by: Christine

THE YEAR OF HAPPINESS

As a new year approaches most of us feel the need to make changes in our lives, of course for the better. Those choices could be to get fit, stop eating sugar, stop drinking alcohol, do some charity work or just become a better human being.



Friday March 6, 2015 - by: Christine

Fabulous Forsythia

Not sure about you but when we see the first stems of forsythia arriving at Westmount Florist we know that spring is on its way.



Friday January 23, 2015 - by: Christine

We love Tulips !

[Name of flower] Tulip [Latin name] Tulipa hydrida [Origin of flower] Originally found in southern Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and China. [Common uses- how they come for sale] As bulbs for your garden, potted plants, or the most popular here, cut flowers! [Colours and Varieties Available] Parrot tulips, double tulips in every colour except blue or black. [Fun Fact] Tulips are one of the only flowers that stretch in water. This phenomenon is called phototropism; they are trying to reach up towards light. Just re-cut stems to avoid that crazy look, or leave it if you like it! Many people really want that “droopy tulip” style.