Sarracenia

Sarracenia is a genus comprising 8 to 11 species of North American pitcher plants. The genus belongs to the family Sarraceniaceae, which also contain the closely allied genera Darlingtonia and Heliamphora. Sarracenia is a genus of carnivorous plants indigenous to … Read More

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GARDENS AMERICA

By Ted Johnson In the  early stages of flower exports from Colombia,  flower quality generally was  hit or miss with many of the growing  and post- harvest processes still undefined or unused. One Colombian grower,  Jardines de los Andes quickly … Read More

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Caipirinha Rose

Caipirinha roses are a new variety available at Pennock Floral. Accented with seasonal greens, creamy butter yellow petals make this a lush and beautiful rose every time. Caipirinha roses are perfect for any seasonal holiday, birthday or anniversary. The word … Read More

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Benefits of Owning Plants

There are a large variety of house plants available to us, in addition to the spring plants such as: Hyacinths, Tulips, Daffodils, hydrangea,   and mums are so amazing and they all available now. Here some tips for you, which  you … Read More

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Easter – Gift Baskets

With the spring season in full bloom, it makes us think of baskets, both indoors and outdoors. Baskets have so many different applications, that it would be tough to describe them all, so we will focus on gift baskets, as … Read More

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The Bride’s Bouquets

By Valerie McNichols Throughout centuries bouquets have been used for weddings as an accessory to the bride.  She would carry herbs and garlic bulbs as they have been thought to ward off evil spirits.  Now-a-days brides carry a myriad of … Read More

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Miss Piggy Rose

Miss Piggy rose plant Like the famous diva in The Muppets this rose presents a public face of the soul of feminine charm, that can instantly fly into an impressive temper whenever she thinks she’s insulted or thwarted. Still, destined … Read More

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Echeveria

{source} You’ve seen them in bouquets, buttonholes, centerpieces galore. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, and are sweeping the wedding world with their awesomeness. {source} {source} From “Cactus and Succulent Care” from www.cactusland.com: “Most cactus and … Read More

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Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

A day celebrated by the Irish, and many others around the world every year on March 17. St. Patrick, the patron Saint of Ireland was born in Wales. His birth name was Maewyn Succat. He is known for driving the … Read More

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On a personal note from Ted Johnson

Yesterday one of my generation’s floral  icons was laid to rest.  I remember most every week,  Lady Jane (Gallagher) would sweep into our Pennock facility on Stokley Street to inspect, select, critique the  flowers for her shop and party work.  … Read More

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ST PATRICK’S DAY

Green color everywere Green and white colors not only represent St. Patrick’s Day, they also symbolize fresh and new growth of what the spring will bring. We hope, the flowers featured below will inspire you. Green Flowers Fillers and Accents … Read More

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New Spring Showcase

This is just a small part of our New Spring showcase! Today we’re showing you two color blocks – White and Pink. Others color blocks are coming soon, but if you can’t wait to see it you know where you … Read More

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Flower of the Month – Echeveria

Would you like to make a very special arrangement? Instead of using only fresh cut flowers, add some living succulent plants. They are full of an incredible amount of texture. Although derived from the plant family, echeveria is a little … Read More

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Recycling

                      The floral industry is very interested in greening the earth. To follow this trend, Pennock Floral has initiated a specialized recycling program. Our General Manager, Ted Johnson, was the … Read More

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