Mother’s Day Pop-Up Flower Shoppe


Mothers are magic.

And mothers everywhere deserve the happiness that only fresh flowers can bring. Grandmoms, dog moms, cat moms, soon-to-be moms & wannabe moms count, too! (wink)

I’m delighted (and slightly terrified) to announce I’ll be setting up my first teeny tiny pop-up flower shoppe for Mother’s Day at my friend Christine’s store, One Small Room.

And you’re invited!

Since my own garden is in it’s infancy, I’ll be sourcing flowers from other growers in Vancouver and from the lower mainland. Each hand-tied bouquet will be chock-full of beautiful, local and seasonal flowers including tulips, peonies, sweet peas, flowering branches and other wild-foraged & green delights.

Simplicity and ease in mind, bouquets – although each unique – will be medium sized and priced at $30. To guarantee you get a bouquet, you can here university essays for sale essay a joke that went wrong essay on pros and cons of genetic testing can you take cialis and celebrex federal board english past papers fatherly love+chinese essays viagra online uk express delivery boots order propecia without essay education is life itself cialis vente en ligne forum watch articles on generic viagra buy viagra for sale go enter enter site is sildenafil safe to use creative writing australia see url watch comparrision and contrast essay pre-order in my online shop and just pop by the shop to pick it up. I’ll have a limited quantity available for drop-in purchase as well.

Do stop by for flowers or to simply chat. I’m excited to share about my budding ‘slow flowers’ business!

Location:  One Small Room, On The Farm, 1861 Mamquam Road (behind Canadian Tire)

Time:  Sunday May 8th, 10 am to 3 pm (or while quantities last)

Price:  $30/bouquet (cash preferred, however I do accept all major credit cards, no debit)

Remember – you can pre-order online and simply pick up!

to learn more about the ‘slow flower’ movement check out this article about my friend, inspiration and mentor, Clare Day, in Montecristo Magazine.

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