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Red and green are long-recognized symbols of the Christmas season, and white, of course, for its winter feel. There is no shortage of these colors in the flower world. Red and white carnations, fragrant red and white roses, and a wide variety of greens are all popular for traditional Christmas flower arrangements. But there are […]

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Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is an eight-night celebration marked by gatherings of family and friends to join in the lighting of the Menorah. The traditional color scheme for Hanukkah is blue, silver, and white. Even though there are not an abundance of blues and silvers in the flower spectrum, you still have many alternatives […]

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Kwanzaa is a week-long celebration honoring the African heritage and culture, culminating with a feast and gift-giving. The traditional colors of Kwanzaa are green, red and black.  Decorations for Kwanzaa celebrations embrace African roots and traditions through the use of natural materials, fruits and vegetables. To create a flower arrangement reminiscent of Kwanzaa, step away […]

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As a member of Greek Life at Rutgers, I know how difficult it is to set up fundraisers that actually make a good amount of money for the chapter. We’ve tried everything from selling candy (which most people just ate), to considering volunteering as a group for medical experiments. Two years ago, my coworkers and […]

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Have you ever seen someone approach a great floral arrangement and gingerly touch it just to see if it is real? So many of us think of flowers as fragile works of art rather than objects of intimate enjoyment! Perhaps, many of us grew up at a time when flowers were expensive, and seemed best […]

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Happy Halloween – belated! Arrangements in a Pumpkin Martha Stewart asks, “What are you using as centerpieces?” In the spirit of Halloween and fall decorating, check out this beautiful idea for a fall wedding or party. This spectacular arrangement is made with orange and yellow roses, orange mini calla lilies, orange hypericum berries, tulips and […]

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