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Spring is in the air in Providence and we could not be more excited. As the days start to get longer and the sun is a little higher in the sky, now is the perfect time to get your hands a little dirty and optimize your houseplants. Below are some of our expert tips to…Read details
At the flower shop, we have mainly two distinct offerings. There are the beautiful flowers and floral arrangements we specialize in, and there is also our diverse range of houseplants. The former, with our care, are arranged uniquely for you and their beauty lasts a limited amount of time. The latter, with your care, can…Read details
Spring is the perfect time to repot your houseplants and encourage big new growth. One of the best things you can do to encourage new growth is repot your plant. If you’ve had a little baby indoor plant sitting in a pot for over a year and it’s been a growing member of your indoor…Read details
We’re addicted to spring in Rhode Island. There is a fresh buzz of life in the air as the birds return home and you can hear them chirp, all the snow is gone, the soil softens, and all the plants come out of dormancy to bloom and grow. It also symbolizes our gradual transition…Read details
That time of the year is upon us. With so many colleges in Providence (8 to be exact), there are so many graduates come May to honor. One of our favorite things we like to offer college grads are Lei’s. The Lei is a popular gift to give to graduates because it symbolizes the arrival…Read details
It’s that time of the year again – we’re preparing for the frigid cold Winter here in Southern New England. Curious on how you may need to alter the care of your houseplants during the Winter? It can be a challenge to make sure your plants are getting adequate care during the Winter, as the days are shorter, the sun…Read details
Currently at Blooming Blossoms, we have a rare treat – an air plant in bloom! Air plants (aerophytes or Tillandsia) are known as epiphytes, which are plants that absorb everything they need from the air through their leaves and not through their roots. They are very hardy plants that can survive in temperatures ranging from…Read details