Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Cloony Ranunculus and Flowering Tulip Magnolia

Branches can be a bit intimidating at times but, if you snip a bit here and there; out comes a great focal point. They tend to be a bit higher in price but if you get one stem and break it apart it can be rather cost effective. It is also a bonus since the branches last for a while. They are also exciting to watch them open up. 

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Double Lilies

 Leah Mulder created this arrangement on Valentines Day for a lovely person. The request for this arrangement was the double lilies with something interesting in the pink and red color realm. 

She used viburnum, double tulips, lilacs, double lilies, anthurium and flowering ginger. 

Monday, February 13, 2012

Flowers For Your Sweethearts

We have been processing boxes and boxes for you! Hope You can at least stop in to see our collection! It is rather stunning. We received blush lilacs yesterday that smelled like the heavens. We also did receive a shipment of poppies. We already used all of the flowering tulip magnolia, hurry our flowers are inspiring. 

 This is the pink table which is filled with hydrangeas, victorian spray roses, callas, veronica and much more. 

 Our tulips are going quick, here is an example of the abundance they can bring to an arrangement. The double and single tulips are combined with garden roses, helleborus in black beauty, blush lilac, kangaroo paw and leucothoe.

 The yellow cloony ranunculus came blushing bright red. We don't know maybe they are crazed by the gerberas next to them. 

Maybe you would like more of a modern design for that mod lover in your life. Try something with flowering branches, garden roses and privet. We have just a few more of these thin vases left!

Quince thank you for showing your flowers, we have so much admiration for you. 


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Friday, February 10, 2012


These areshelves are 'old news' to us but, pack full with so much more new stuff than pictured above. 

 Paperwhites with orange centers never hurt anyone. 

 Monochromatic arrangements can really help other things around it stand out. 

The infamous echeveria that are scattered around the store are:

1. Super cute.
2. Affordable.
3. Easy to take care.
4. Shippable!  

Tuesday, February 7, 2012


One of these things is not like the other! It is the amazing orange flower in the middle. Poppies have been around for ages. Used for many different things, such as but not limited to pollination, opium, remembrance, and for their beauty. Now we are not Matthew Berkowitz but, we do have 250 poppies coming in for your enjoyment. So we recommend stopping in to check them out.  There is nothing like a crumpled up bud which opens into the colors of a techno festival! 

Wish our poppies some luck, they have a long journey. They cross the sea and then they meet customs. Trust us, you will be speechless if you do get to see them. 

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Chicago Florist

Wrist corsage and boutonniĆ©re with ranunculus, star eucalyptus, huckleberry, eucalyptus nut.

Wrist Corsage wrapped in light pink silk ribbon in 1" thickness and two sided ribbon in light pink and washed out green in 1/2" thickness.

Pin on boutonniĆ©re black wire hugs green clooney ranunculus, eucalyptus nut and huckleberry. 

Ideas are endless. 

Friday, February 3, 2012


Wow, there is so much going on here in Andersonville. Did you know there is a gossip website that has everything to do with Andersonville? Sometimes we, Marguerite Gardens Team, can act like we know everything. We do not. Please feel free to inform us at all times. Yesterday for instance there was a lengthy conversation about cities in Michigan. A few days ago New York recommendations were being tossed about. Please keep us on our toes, we need you just as much as you need us. Thank You, as always!

The 'AVILLE DAILY' is a publication about the life in Andersonville. 

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Photo Shoots Gone Wild

Sometimes we can not get enough. We just cannot stop making hand tied bouquets, tussie mussies, free forms and the list never ends. Here is a sneak peak into the world of Marguerite Gardens.

These arrangements were made last Saturday. For fun and for whomever may wonder in. Paul Munro took the photos. Leah Mulder created the second mixture and Ammie Brod created the last one which sold like a hot cake for breakfast!