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VALENTINE'S DAY / COUNTDOWN WITH MADONNA / 7 DAYS

This is rock. This is roll. This is can't stop. This is won't stop. This is the Madonna. Its lavender. Its pink. Its insanity. Its our 80's. Its our girl. Its yours to "express yourself"     Truly, consider this our 1980's inspired love fest. If you are anything like us, then you too will have fun, wild, and hilarious memories of the 80's. Right?We have elevated this design to a far more modern and chic piece, making it a huge fan favorite on Instagram. All the people cannot stop talking about the Madonna.  Size: Approximately 24" tall x 28" wide Don't forget to order ahead online or call the shop at 602-840-4646. The Countdown clock is tick tock. We are very...

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New Year: New Life: Plant Life

Happy New Year. Happy 2019. Happy you. Happy us. Happy plants.  Sophie Lee wrote for NBC "Houseplants are good for your health — and not just for their visual beauty. Why? They essentially do the opposite of what we do when we breathe: release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide. This not only freshens up the air, but also eliminates harmful toxins. Extensive research by NASA has revealed that houseplants can remove up to 87 per cent of air toxin in 24 hours. Studies have also proven that indoor plants improve concentration and productivity (by up to 15 percent!), reduce stress levels and boost your mood — making them perfect for not just your home but your work space, too." Our plant...

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The Wrap Club // Details // Join

Wrap Club Subscription-We hand-select all of our flowers for our special wraps and Wrap Club subscriptions each week and usually each day this way they are new and different each time yet remain clean, modern, and organic so that can easily compliment any home or office. $45 for each delivery. You choose how often.

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Orchids in the Shop

We are currently bewitched by the power of the orchids in the shop. They are enchanting and rare and beautiful. We love them and understand how they transform a space. Plus, their history makes them all the more intriguing.  Here is some Orchid research from FTD Designs:  One of the major orchid genera is Paphiopedilum. The name is derived from the word “Paphos” which is the name of the temple where the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was worshiped. In Ancient Greece, it was believed that parents could choose the sex of their child by eating the orchid’s tubers. If the father ate thick, fleshier tubers, the child would turn out to be a male. If the mother ate smaller,...

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Women and Their Cactus fields

Maricopa Women by Edward Curtis Women have long been in the fields of saguaros and prickly pear and cholla and grasses investing and collecting provisions. The shop is invested in bringing in native plants to continue our relationship with them and hoping our clients will learn from and take care of the flora of the desert. Like the women before us, we hope learning the care of the earth and its fruits sustain life for generations to come.  Photographer Edward Curtis is famous for collecting images of native Arizonans and others at the turn of the century. His photographs are beautiful and daunting and eye opening to a world we think we know but yet perhaps do not. While there...

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