By Diana Westcott, November 19, 2013
Accent your Thanksgiving table with a centerpiece you make yourself. Autumn yields such fabulous colors and textures, it’s easy to create your own arrangement and have fun doing it!
By James Parker, February 24, 2013
Do you suffer from OBS? See how James, our produce expert, handles his obsession with spring bulb flowers.
By Diana Westcott, February 19, 2013
Get a big dose of spring with a bunch of colorful, fresh-cut tulips. Follow these simple steps for pretty arrangements that will last longer.
By Dawn McLaughlin, February 10, 2013
Team Member Dawn shares her poignant story of how her life was changed on her trip to meet the people the Whole Trade Guarantee program helps.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, January 28, 2013
Roses are the tried and true favorite when Valentine’s Day rolls around, but it’s time to put a new twist on this traditional favorite. Choose Whole Trade® roses to show your loved one that you care about them and workers in the developing world.
By Diana Westcott, December 18, 2012
You can express your personal style with your holiday bouquet and make it last longer, too!
By Diana Westcott, November 25, 2012
The Christmas Tree brings the spirit of “Peace on Earth, Goodwill Towards Men” into our homes for the holiday.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, November 13, 2012
Fresh, vibrant blooms on a holiday table cover a multitude of hosting sins from children’s toys sprawled out at guests’ feet to the slightly burned sliced almonds in the salad. Flowers make everything better – especially flowers with the Whole Trade® Guarantee.
By Winnie Hsia, October 16, 2012
The early autumn weather here in Austin has been gorgeous and I’ve loved being able to hang out outside and prep my fall garden. In addition to my usual vegetable beds, I’ve decided to experiment with some lily bulbs.
By Allison Burch, May 5, 2012
Mother’s Day is almost here (it’s Sunday, May 13th).
Go ahead, procrastinate. You can run into the corner store and grab some flowers for mom at the last minute. She’ll appreciate them and, hey, it’s the thought that counts, right?