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Trends are weird. One moment you’re 17, ripping pages out of a magazine from the public library and Molly Ringwald-ing thrift store finds into something Kate, Christy or Cindy would be zipped into for a lap on the catwalk - and the next? You’ve got a couple extra decades under your belt and you’re getting déjà vu every time a 20 something walks by you on the sidewalk.
Gerbera (better known as gerber) daisies feel a little like that for me. My dad gave me a bunch every year for Valentine’s Day when I was young, so it’s hard for me to think about these without getting Bremen, Indiana big hair flashbacks. But, as they say, everything that is old is new again. This time around, I’m liking a bunch of them in taffy tones (think pinks, peaches, corals and whites) styled in a simple vase. And in case you’re leaving the babydoll dresses in the 90s (or the 2020s for the 20 somethings), you can enjoy a little flashback Friday of your own, too, with “Daisy Chain,” a design-it-yourself arrangement featuring 30 stems of bright and beautiful, California grown gerbera daisies.
Details, Details, Details
Looking to learn the proper care of cut daisies in your home? Find all of our best tips and tricks here.
The Fine Print
Pictures shown are recent examples of an actual arrangement that we designed and later sent out to a customer just like you! Please note that while we don’t guarantee what the flower varieties or colors will be, we do guarantee that your specific arrangement will be fresh, beautiful, and that your recipient will love it!
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