My earliest memory of air plants were probably similar to other people - tied to a piece of driftwood or cholla cactus skeleton that was proudly on display in the wood-paneled deRead More
Basil is one of the summer workhorses in our operation. No other foliage we’ve tried has been so easy, so spectacular and so versatile. It goes great mixed with pretty much anything, holds up for a week in the vase, has that vertical form that is so hard to find, and of course the wonderful scent that is both exotic and yet comforting at the same time.Read More
Daucus, also commonly called Chocolate Lace Flower, Chocolate Flower, Chocolate Queen Anne’s Lace, came onto the scene a few years back and took the florist and flower growing world by storm.Read More
The first flower that I ever grew from seed were bachelor buttons.
It was the first spring at the house I was renting, and had received permission to start a small garden there. I had done some research as far as easy seeds to start, and had purchased a packet of bachelor buttons.
It seemed strange that the weird little grey seeds with their little hair-like tufts at the end would ever become really anything, but I planted them into a little bit of potting mix and waited for spring to come.Read More
I've noticed something recently. Something terribly exciting.
I am seeing new faces pop up on Facebook groups, in the ASCFG quarterly, and on Instagram. Buckets of flowers and diagrams of rows of flowers, hopes and wishes and dreams expressed, and I get so excited for them!
Hi! My name's Kee-ju, and I thought I would share a little bit more on how we ended up becoming gardeners and flower growers.
Hi, I'm Steven, and I just wanted to thank you for being present with our new rebrand of Table and Vase! We wanted the business to be more all-encompassing of our interests. To understand how this all goes together, let me tell you about my first garden.Read More
Back when we were starting our flower farming venture, we decided that we would do a farmers market. Steven and I loved farmers markets, especially the ones in Omaha and Kansas City. What’s not to love? Fresh produce, fresh flowers, delicious baked goods and jams and honey and hand knit dog sweaters and rustic yard art and really everything you could ever want.Read More
One of the flowers that we were going to grow for the wedding were Icelandic poppies in shades of white, peach and pink. Poppies were going to be our trademark flower, since it was rare that we would ever be able to buy them in otherwise. Their delicate, papery petals would be adorning every centerpiece and table and bouquet.Read More
One sunny and hot summer in New Mexico, we planted a few dahlias.Read More