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Components // Fall Wreath

Tomorrow is more of an official countdown to Thanksgiving...the fun of Halloween will come to a close and our fall here in the desert is just beginning. We have designed the perfect wreath for the run from October to your Thanksgiving feasts.  Let's start with your Camelback Flowershop shopping list: 1 Grapevine 3 Magnolia branches + leaves 3 Coin Eucalyptus 7 Wheat  2 Sorghum (grows locally) 2 Lotus Pods 1 Feather Cluster 1 Pampas Grass 3 Cotton Balls (grows locally) 2 Olive Branches Once you've gathered all your pieces from the shop...we can give you a quick overview and you'll be on your way. A wreath will work as the perfect centerpiece or the most ideal welcome to your home...

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The Art of the Move

Camelback Flowershop is on the move.  Now that we have officially announced our move to our new location  (4124 E Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018) 2 blocks east of our current space, we have begun the great purge. The purge that comes with starting fresh. Out with the old, in with the new. Discovering everything once again that was hidden in plain sight and remembering all the beautiful things that have moved to their home on the other side of our doors. Camelback Flowershop purge and sale.  We are in the habit here of shaking things up with new seasons, fresh morning deliveries, and things we love leaving us for their new homes...but moving is well, different. Its a...

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We're Moving // Fall Update

  The mornings are already crisp and the evenings cool. The afternoons are perfect for a deep breath and the moon is bright in the dark sky. While the shop is in full hustle mode, we are excited to announce our move to a new location.  Camelback Flowershop will be moving just 2 short blocks East and into a larger location.The new flowershop will allow us to have longer more convenient hours during the week and the weekends. It will also allow us to serve our clients better and allow our designers space to create and explore.  We will be announcing the opening date of our new location in October and the new shop hours. Please stay tuned. And in the...

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Succulent Bar, always

The shop is now offering a Succulent Bar, full time, M-F 8AM-6PM. Come and design with your own vessel or choose one from our collection at the shop. One of our designers will give you a quick tutorial and we will of course have everything you need on hand. Soil, rock, sand, succulents, and good music to get you through the process.  If you have a party of 6 people or more, please call ahead to reserve so that we are able to accommodate your party. The more the merrier...happy hour plans? We are also able to design for you if you are wanting to drop a vessel by and then pick up at your convenience for your home or...

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Love: Thanksgiving 2016

- The Wampanoag Indians known also Massasoit or Wôpanâak ( "Easterners" or literally "People of the Dawn) shared an autumn harvest feast in 1621 with the Plymouth colonists. It is generally accepted amongst citizens today that this was the first Thanksgiving feast and one in which we continue to celebrate today...some dispute it occurred nearly two decades later, but some original documents prove the 1621 gathering.  - We wanted to do some research on the plants and procedures of those Wampanoag people and what we could continue to learn from them and carry on in tradition and respect. We learned that burning sage, sweetgrass, and other aromatic plants were used amongst the women.  - Sage is available in our shop along with many...

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