Fresh Floral Arrangements
We have three beautiful arrangements to choose from this Valentine’s Day! Delivery and in-store pick up are available. Click here to order yours today!
In the language of flowers cyclamen represent love and sincere tenderness. In the Pacific Northwest, cyclamen can be planted outside and treated as an annual or brought inside and grown as a houseplant. They are a part of the Primulaceae family, which includes 23 different species. In their native habitats, cyclamen are perennials, growing from tubers and returning year after year. Historically, the cyclamen have been recognized for their therapeutic virtues. The flower was also a favorite of 16th century Renaissance man, Leonardo da Vinci, with many illustrations of the flower found in the margins of his manuscripts.
String of Hearts
Ever feel like you want to give someone more than just your heart? Give them an entire String of Hearts! This unique hanging plant is native to South Africa and is part of the Apocynaceae family. As a houseplant, they require minimal care. In order to thrive place them in a spot with bright, indirect light and use a free-draining succulent/cacti potting mix. Excellent drainage is important because String of Hearts are drought tolerant and do not want to sit in water. The watering schedule should allow the soil to dry out before each deep watering session.
Heart Shaped Hoyas
This single leaf cutting is a fun, whimsical way to show your love. It is partially rooted but does not have a node. It will stay as an adorable heart-shaped leaf for years to come.
African violets symbolize devotion, commitment, and faithfulness, making them the perfect gift this Valentine’s Day. With an array of vivid colors available, African violets are a great addition to anyone’s houseplant collection.