We think of a sprig of mistletoe as something to kiss under at a holiday party, but it has a fascinating history...
Chrysanthemums are the quintessential fall flower in our Northern hemisphere gardens.
During the holidays, it is interesting and fun to decorate with natural materials.
If guests are expected and you have no flowers, just pick a few sprays of evergreens from the garden.
Louise B. Fisher's traditional yet creative approach was a major force in defining an American style of flower arranging.
In the days leading up to the holidays, flower lovers start thinking about how flowers can be used as part of their seasonal decorations.
Anthuriums and Clivias manage to thrive indoors despite the inhospitable winter climate. This makes these houseplants great holiday gifts that keep on giving.
As we think about flower decorations for the holidays, it is interesting to think about the lavish scale of floral art in English Victorian homes.
After the holidays, gardeners often seek tender bulbs that bloom indoors such as the Paper White Narcissus. They will light up our homes and hearts in winter.