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Why We Love our Root Candles!

Why We Love our Root Candles!

Why does Waukesha Floral & Greenhouse love our Root candles?  The amazing flavors are worth our adoration alone!  Unlike other candles, Root puts the emphasis on their “flavors”, not scents.  Made with a combination of essential oils, the complex flavors are very true to nature, long lasting and clean burning.  They are made in America…

The Best Planter for a Sunny Location

The Best Planter for a Sunny Location

The best planter for a sunny location requires little care and maintenance.  It’s a bowl of sunshine itself and will suddenly pop out new flowers or baby plants.  Usually squirrels and other furry friends stay away.  The best planter is by far the succulent planter, and here’s why we love it: Succulents love the sunshine…

Waukesha Floral’s Christmas Tree Recipe

Waukesha Floral's Christmas Tree Recipe

We design and assemble many beautiful holiday trees at Waukesha Floral, and I wanted to let you in on the secrets of what makes the perfect Christmas tree recipe.  A good sturdy tree, prelit is an essential.  A variety of gorgeous silk flowers, ornaments in many different shapes, finishes, coordinating or contrasting colors, some unexpected…

Late Summer Garden Pictures Are Essential!

Late Summer Garden Pictures Are Essential!

A friendly reminder:  late summer garden pictures are essential! After a slow start to the planting season, we have had a fantastic year for gardening!  Many years, Crab trees are defoliated, grass is brown and sharp, and leaves have been made lacey by Asian beetle foraging.  Although the garden is pretty, I still find myself…

Outdoor Flower Trends for 2019

Outdoor Flower Trends for 2019

Waukesha Floral’s greenhouses are bursting with color!  It’s time to preview the outdoor flower trends for 2019, as seen in our greenhouse.  It’s been such beautiful weather, but a little too early to install your plants into the garden.  We recommend night time temperatures at 50 degrees or above before planting can be done.  If…

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