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Flowershop Journal — Succulents

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March Showers Brings Green

What a March it has been. The green is green, really green. We are celebrating the late snow on the mountains and the spring creek run off to all the desert animals and plants. Come in and exp...
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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 ...
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Rain is coming, please stay.

As we approach a week of rain, the glorious, joyous, extra scrumptious rain, we wanted to remind our clients that we have curbside pick up-no matter the weather. We know mother earth needs to be r...
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House Plants // House Pets

The life of a plant in our shop as seen as just that- a life- like a pet. We often refer to our plants as "plant babies"...well, you get the idea.  Our shop stays stocked with house plants, life, ...
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Grand Opening//Thursday-January 18,2017 6-9PM

  Camelback Flowershop4214 E. Indian School Road, Suite 101Phoenix, Arizona 85018   We are celebrating the opening of our new space on Thursday, this very Thursday, tomorrow night at our spot. ...
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Weather Permitting

The average temperature in the Phoenix lowlands is 102 degrees Fahrenheit. The heat of the city, the black, the industry, and the exposure in the desert can wear on us... We have decided to serv...
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Valentine's Day 2017: It's Here.

Valentine 2017 Collection: Meryl  Tomorrow, February 14, will be a day that no one will soon forget because you have invested in love and not any other vice that day. Love is something that is go...
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We are Holiday.

Our shop is hustling and bustling. We are in full holiday mode. We are planting bright reds in gold pots. We are draping greens from every corner. We are preparing for Hanukkah after Santa comes ...
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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...
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