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A full-service floral shop providing arrangements, plants and gifts, specializing in weddings and events. Local and national delivery.

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From the Blog

Easter

20 Mar

Out with the snow and in with the Easter bunny…who’s with me? After the long and record breaking winter we’ve had here in New England, i’m sure there isn’t a single person out there who wouldn’t welcome the spring with open arms. As the Easter Holiday gets closer, that’s what we will do, embrace it. Though most of us still think about hollow chocolate Easter bunnies, peeps, hiding eggs in the garden and the resurrection of Jesus Christ, as a florist our thoughts at Cedar Grove Gardens tend to go to the more earthy bulb plants  such as hyacinth, daffodils, tulips and the symbolic and ever popular Easter Lily.     tulips hiacinth2 daffs In addition to beautiful and fragrant plants we also have a selection of unique gifts and paper  products that are sure to add to your Holiday festivities,  our natural birds nest are always a big hit  and can be used in a variety of ways, either  as a single nest  or as a trio down the center of your table. Either way a trip to the shop to browse or delightful hidden treasures or to get inspiration is always worth while.

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Jonesing for spring flowers

24 Feb

written by Janet Lee Harrold

I’m not sure if you feel the same way  but… I certainly find myself veering away from listening to the weather forecast, I wish it were in my power to look Mother Nature directly in her devious  eye and beg for Mercy.  This morning as I am driving to work I take note not only of the obvious record breaking snow accumulation and dangerous drops in the temperature but the  entire city is looking mighty gloomy. The cars are loaded with post snow salt and the  city is  covered with blankets of dirty snow and 10′ mounds pushed to the side of the road with muddy plow marks.   Enough is enough already!   I am certainly jonesing for fragrant spring flowers and eager to celebrate spring.  That is why i’ve decided to make this post more about visual beauty and loaded with springtime delight. Even if the calendar says it is still February, I  choose to put my focus forward and think about warm spring month’s and fragrant flowers.  This is how I prefer to view our beautiful city.

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photo credit Steve Dunwell

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