By Amanda Rainey, November 18, 2011
The holidays are coming, and with them, the many opportunities to share your time with family and friends. One of the things I like to do this is get together and make holiday flower arrangements for our homes.
By Allison Burch, March 25, 2011
Today's the day for tulips! While supplies last, pick up 3 10-stem bunches for just $12. With a deal like this you can bring Spring to someone special and brighten your day, too. Better act fast, today only — Friday, March 25th. Enjoy!
By Allison Burch, March 23, 2011
Bring Spring inside with a vase full of bright tulips. This Friday only—March, 25th—get three bunches of tulips for just $12.
By James Parker, March 15, 2011
Learn in the inside scoop on how we transcend crazy weather patterns and harvest conditions to bring spring floral beauty to our stores and your home.
By Jessica Johnson, February 11, 2011
Valentine's Day and roses go hand in hand. And around here we've been thinking about not just how beautiful they are, but about what our Whole Trade Guarantee™
roses give back to the communities where they are grown.
By Liz Burkhart, February 6, 2011
Tell us about your Valentine and you just might win a gift basket full of Whole Trade and Fair Trade treats and a gift card for flowers and more. Hurry...February 10th is the deadline.
By Jessica Johnson, December 13, 2010
Whole Trade lilies bring holiday cheer to you and to others. Learn how Plantas y Flores grows flowers meeting our Whole Trade commitment to ethical trade, the environment and quality products.
By Carol Medeiros, November 16, 2010
Set your table with beautiful flowers while helping others. Learn how Whole Trade™ flowers translate into Gladys feeling respected with fair wages and opportunities for her family.
By Jessica Johnson, September 5, 2010
We're excited to announce the launch of NEW Whole Trade® Costa Rican Lilies! These absolutely gorgeous flowers are grown on a Rainforest Alliance certified farm in greenhouses perched high on the side of the Irazu Volcano in Costa Rica. They thrive in the rich volcanic soil, intense sunlight, consistent temperatures and high altitude.
By James Parker, June 8, 2010