Happy New Year

Thank you for your business in 2012. It has been a pleasure helping you reach your goals, and we look forward to serving you again in the New Year. We hope 2013 is a year of great happiness and success for … Read More

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Paperbark Melaleuca

Branches Paperbark Melaleuca   Uses Traditional Aboriginal uses Australian Aborigines have used the leaves for many medicinal purposes, including chewing the young leaves to alleviate headache and for other ailments. Modern uses Scientific studies have shown that tea tree oil … Read More

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Color it Christmas!

New season… It’s very exciting! New colors, new supplies and yes, new flowers.  The change of season has happened so quickly! We were all surrounded with oranges and yellows for Thanksgiving and fall that we were hardly ready for the … Read More

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Kati Mac Floral Designs

Kati Mac Floral Designs   of West Chester, PA is our flower shop of the month in Pennock Floral Tri-State. We  interviewed Kate McNamara, owner of Kati Mac Floral Designs. Kate is very nice person with lots of creative  business ideas. … Read More

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Eskimo Rose

The Eskimo Rose is premium quality and a beautiful white rose with a large head and 40-50-60 cm stem. Can be arranged beautifully with Gypsophila (Baby’s Breath) or Leather Leaf Fern. Eskimo is a true intense bright white that opens … Read More

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Happy Thanksgiving

To our values customer, Pennock Floral wants to express our sincere appreciation for you as a customer. We value your confidence and loyalty. We wish you can your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving. Pennock Floral Team Florals designed by … Read More

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130 Years Anniversary

Pennock Floral is celebrating 130 years in business anniversary in 2012. The Pennock Company was founded in 1882 in Philadelphia by Charles E. Pennock. Originally called the C.E. Pennock Company, the name was changed from the C.E. and S.S. Pennock … Read More

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Clover Gardens and Florist Interview

Clover Gardens and Florist  of Mt. Laurel, NJ is our flower shop of the month in Pennock Floral Tri-State. We  interviewed Paula Brandimarte, owner of Clover Gardens and Florist. It was really  nice talking with her. We talked about her … Read More

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Types of Ribbon Bows

What kind of types of ribbon bows do you know? You probably never thought about it, but we did =) We come up with 8 of them, but we sure it’s much more than that. 1. Classic Bow 2. Package … Read More

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Fall Color Palettes

New seasons offers us new color palettes to work with and well…. Fall colors are back and have landed here at Pennock Floral Tri-State With the beautiful combinations of rich reds, burnt oranges, deep peaches, and sunny yellows that look … Read More

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Nigella Pods

Nigella is a genus of about 14 species of annual plants in the family Ranunculaceae, native to southern Europe, north Africa, south and southwest Asia. Common names applied to members of this genus are nigella, devil-in-a-bush or love in a … Read More

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Rose Corazon

Rio Roses has a new variety of red roses – Corazon Rose. Grower description We here at Pennock decided to  do a vase life test on this variety to see how long it will last, is it going to hold … Read More

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Mexico’s Flower Production Rising

{source} Aggregate value of floriculture production in Mexico has risen by a substantial annual 9.5% on average between 2000 and 2011. Last year, about 343 million euros worth of flora was produced in total and the figure is likely to … Read More

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Autumn Flowers

Autumn is the season that offers many beautiful varieties of flowers. Autumn falls during September – November in the Northern hemisphere, and during September – November in the Southern hemisphere. The crops that harvested during Autumn can showcase beautiful leaves … Read More

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Gladiolus

  Gladiolus is a genus of perennial bulbous flowering plants in the iris family. It is sometimes called the ‘Sword lily’, but usually by its generic name (plural gladioli, gladioluses, glads). Gladiolus flowers come in a variety of bright colors … Read More

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