March 2 - March 8

What to Expect

If you’ve opted in for this week you can expect this calming bouquet on Wednesday if you’re in Vancouver, Thursday if you’re in Richmond & Surrey, or on Friday if you’re on the North Shore & in Burnaby or Coquitlam.

In the Box

In the box you’ll find White Asiatic Lilies, Berry Sorbet Chrysanthemums, Solidago, and Irises

In the Vase

Our flowers will be laid out head to tail, carefully remove your stems from the tissue paper and trim ¼ of an inch of the bottom of each stem as you begin arranging them in your vase. Add one pack of flower food and read your flower care guide!

In Bloom

We can’t wait for you to see this week’s bouquet! Let this beautiful bouquet welcome the month of March. The lilies and irises will need a few days to pop open.

This Weeks Stems

Asiatic Lilies

These beautiful fragrance free lilies come to us from Tromell Greenhouse in Chilliwack. They’re a bit slow to open up as we ship them freshly cut so they last for ages.


Fluffy solidago is always the perfect filler. These little flowers will pop open in the next few days and provide the most glorious pop of yellow.

Berry Sorbet Chrysanthemums

These spray mums are the most beautiful shade of pink, thanks Quik Farms! We love how long lasting they are. Remember to add your second pack of flower food in a week or so, as these guys definitely appreciate it.


It’s iris season and we simply can’t get enough. These stems come from the team at Springbrook Farms in Abbotsford. Once they pop open their vibrant violet colour can’t be missed.

This Weeks Video

Tips and Tricks

When your flowers arrive they may look a little tired, but fear not, they will perk right up once they have some water!

Cut all of your stems at a 45 degree angle and trim off the leaves below the water line.

Be sure to add your flower food, it makes a world of difference!

After 3-4 days, recut your stems, change the water and add the second pack of flower food.

Some of your flowers may last longer than others, freshen up the arrangement by pruning the spent stems.