Posted by scentandviolet on July 19, 2019
Scent & Violet, flowers and gifts has joined Floom market place (where flower meets bloom).
Posted by scentandviolet on July 5, 2019
Sansevieria, also known as snake plant or mother-in-law’s tongue, is a genus of about 70 species of flowering plants. It is native to Africa, Madagascar and southern Asia. The species mostly used in landscaping and as houseplant is Sansevieria trifasciata.
Posted by scentandviolet on June 9, 2019
Flowers have been used in funeral rites for tens of thousands of years. At a modern funeral, it is not unusual to see more than a dozen different arrangements of plants and flowers. One of the most common, and most visually striking, is the standing spray.
Posted by scentandviolet on May 31, 2019
It is never easy writing a sympathy card message. Often, we can’t find the right words to express our condolences. Truth is, no words ever can take away the pain of someone loosing loved one. However, those same words can offer support and show grieving family that they’re loved. The same way flowers are there to comfort family of the deceased, well written card message is something worth considering.
Posted by scentandviolet on May 14, 2019
Cobbler’s children go barefoot and florist’s family flowerless. It shames me to admit this but, I have been guilty of this syndrome throughout the years: Not giving my own mother flowers for Mother’s Day. I have been blaming it on exhaustion and long hours worked.