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Outdoor Plant Inspiration 2018

Outdoor Plant Inspiration 2018

Oh spring, where are you?  Perhaps you need a little outdoor plant inspiration for the 2018 season.  Even though the weather hasn’t been ideal, we are on the countdown to PLANTING SEASON, with less than a month until Memorial Day.  Step into the Waukesha Floral greenhouse, and you’ll see the sunshine has been just a…

Hanging Basket Preview for 2018 at Waukesha Floral

Hanging Basket Preview for 2018 at Waukesha Floral

It is really April, and time to preview the hanging baskets growing in our greenhouse for summer of 2018.  Only a month ago, hundreds of tiny seedlings found their way from DGI Propagators to Waukesha, and already we have seen serious growth.  The warmth of the sun, the warmth of the greenhouse heaters and the smell…

Prom Flower Trends for 2018

Prom Flower Trends for 2018

What’s hot in prom flower trends for 2018?  The latest trends in flowers follow the latest trends in dresses, and for 2018, there’s a lot of variety!  Dresses are trending towards pastels, lace, animal prints, embellished with sparkle, solid black and floral prints.   Styles are short or long, slim or high-waisted, cut-out or mermaid hem. …

Successfully Forcing Spring Branches

Successfully Forcing Spring Branches

Success!  Spring branches have been forced!  Here is an update on the branches taken from my yard back on Feb. 23rd, brought into the greenhouse and re-cut, stripped of the lower bark, and put into warm water.  The greenhouse was unheated when the branches were brought in, however now it is fully heated because planting…

The Force is With You: Forcing Spring Branches Into Early Bloom

The Force is With You:  Forcing Spring Branches Into Early Bloom

If you’re like me, you’ve lived in Wisconsin a long time.  We definitely have 4 distinct seasons here in the North, all with their own charms.  However, around March, the charm of winter begins to wear thin and one longs for just a little promise of spring.  Usually bulb plants don’t begin to pop up…

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