Category: Flower & Plant Care

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Friday February 14, 2020 - by: Samantha

How to get the best out of your roses!

Luck you! You received a flower delivery from your Valentine! Was it roses? We bet it was roses… Naturally, you want to make sure your beautiful blooms last as long as possible. The sad truth is that your roses are not going to last forever. However, with proper care and attention they should last at least a week and in some cases even longer! Follow these simple tips to get the best out of your roses!



Monday September 23, 2019 - by: Samantha

Orchids are always in high demand at Westmount florist. Not only do these plants produce magnificent blooms, they also elevate the look of any room with a sense of effortless elegance. When customers come into our West Island or Westmount flower shop, one of the most popular questions we get is how to best care for one of these beauties! Here is a list of simple tips and tricks to help keep your orchid looking its best.



Friday February 5, 2016 - by: Christine

For the Love of Roses !!

As the day of “Love” is approaching in Montreal 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.



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.



Saturday April 6, 2013 - by: david

What we love about succulents!

The days are getting longer in Montreal and we are so excited! In anticipation of summer our team has decided to get a very special plant in stock which thrives in high light. These little treasures are called succulents and we love them so much. Here are ten reasons why:



Friday March 23, 2012 - by: Clea

The Green is Coming

At long last it feels like spring is coming, although it is a bit early to start planting outside it is a great time to introduce some new green plants to your home or office. I always find that some glossy green foliage gets me in the mood for the gardening to come.