Wednesday February 26, 2020 - by: Jen
Wondering what those gorgeous large leaf plants are that you have been seeing in every design magazine and all over Instagram? They are fiddle leaf fig plants, also known as Ficus Lyrata! Their given name comes from their violin (fiddle) shaped leaves. If you want to be on trend and have one of these in your home, you’ll need to know how to properly care for it! Soon your friends will be swooning with envy over your leafy green plant!
Thursday October 18, 2018 - by: Samantha
Congratulations! You’ve done it! You’ve found the perfect gift: a beautiful bouquet from Westmount Florist. Now there’s only one thing keeping you from the bliss of knowing your amazing gift is on its way to be delivered, one thing standing in the way of you rejoicing in a job well done and earning credit for being a professional gift-giving genius: A BLANK CARD.
Monday March 23, 2015 - by: Jacob
I can’t count the number of times a customer has asked me where all the flowers we carry are grown. The answer in most cases is in greenhouses, both here and far away. But if you think that growing flowers in climates very different from where they would grow outdoors is a modern innovation, think again!
Thursday March 17, 2011 - by: Christine
IN SOUTH AFRICA (PART 1) Living in the western hemisphere has meant that we have gorgeous flora and fauna available all year. Up here in Montreal, Canada the winter does interfere somewhat with our growing season but thanks to places like California and Florida in the United States and countries like Ecuador, Columbia and of course the beautiful tropical islands of Trinidad and Barbados, we are able to get fresh flowers year all round.