Grateful for more today and even more tomorrow...another day lived on mother earth. Birds of the air Warmth of the sun Air to breathe Hearts that pump Hot tea Fresh coat of paint Generosity Butterflies in your stomach Lyrics Memorized and you, we are grateful for you. Come see us in the shop Wednesday or Thursday 8AM-12PM for centerpiece pick up, hostess gifts, flowers for loved ones, and cards to go with. We are grateful every time you walk through our doors. x Teresa
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.
Reminder: Passover and Easter wraps are $25. SAT/SUN 9AM-2PM. As we celebrate with family and friends this weekend, we wanted to wish you all the best this season. And the best way we know how is through flowers. Please come in today for your table, your host, your hostess, for family, for friends. We would be honored to create for you and make sure everyone gathered around the Seder or Easter table can enjoy the flowers. Call now for flowers or for any last minute hosting gifts to accompany the flowers...see below. Hope to see you in the shop today...call ahead if rushing to get everywhere on time on today : 602-840-4646. x Teresa
We are now open Saturday and Sunday 9AM-1PM at our new location. Have you been in on a weekend yet? The weekend, the perfect time to pop in and pick up flowers (even just a branch) for your day, your night, your waking up a bit later. Fresh flowers do something for the soul and that is why we are now here on the weekends. Something else "popping" into the shop might do for your weekend- inspire your space, your life at home. These strawberry pots are a particular favorite. We can help this weekend select all the succulents you need for the perfect strawberry pot situation. See you this weekend. Love, The Camelback Flowershop Team
While Teresa is away in China for 10 days, we thought we would honor some of the incredible Chinese artists painting what else, florals. "Born Zhu Da, Bada Shanren was a direct descendant of a prince in Ming Dynasty. He was a child prodigy who started to create art and poetry in early childhood. The fall of Ming Dynasty led to Zhu Da becoming a Buddhist monk. After 40 years, he quit monastic life and became a professional painter. Zhu also took many pseudonyms. One of them is Bada Shanren, the name by which he is known today. Apart from being the leading painter of his time, Shanren was a complete eccentric and individualist. His paintings are known for...