How to Make Your Own Holiday Wreath

Several parts of Ontario are already experiencing their first snow of the season, which is often such a welcoming site at this time of year since it reminds us so keenly of the upcoming holidays. Freshly fallen snow on pungent evergreens can give us an instant feeling of warmth and holiday cheer. Take advantage of…

Preparing Your Garden for a Long Winter’s Sleep

October is the right time to start thinking about putting your beloved garden to bed. You might have noticed that the last of your flowers are beginning to droop and fall off, and your leaves are turning brown. This isn’t a sign of neglect. It means that the fall sun has stimulated a biological process…

Autumn Flowers and Plants We Know You’ll Love

Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean your garden automatically begins to expire. Sure, some of your earlier blooms will start to slow down (if they haven’t already), and your annuals might be reaching the end of their life, but there are still plenty of varieties that not only survive but thrive during colder…

The Perfect Indoor Plants for People with Black Thumbs

Despite your fondness for flowers and greenery, you may not be the greatest plant caretaker. Taking care of a garden isn’t an inherent aptitude, but a skill that can be learned over time. And, just like any skill, practice is precisely what you need to get better. To practice your skills of taking care of…

How to Decorate for a Dinner Party

Whether you’re having a few friends over and want to make the occasion extra special by adding a few decorative elements, or you’re celebrating an event in your home and are presenting your guests with a delicious multi-course dinner, you’ll want to make sure your home looks its best. Flowers are one of the best…

July Wedding Trends

If you’re tying the knot this summer or helping to decorate for a friend or loved one’s wedding, there are a few July wedding trends you may want to keep in mind. July offers a myriad of bright and beautiful flowers that thrive in summer. Purchasing the décor you need at Karen’s Flower Shop allows…

Tips and Tricks for Cutting Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are some of the most beautiful flowers to choose for centrepieces and bouquets. The flowers are also a great way to show someone how much you care and can be used to show your gratitude or as a symbol of grace and prosperity in your life. The colour of the hydrangea is also significant…

Peonies: Picking the Prettiest Blooms for Your Floral Arrangement

Peonies are beautiful flowers that have long been symbols of female fertility, which makes a bouquet of peonies a perfect floral gift for a friend or loved one who is expecting a child or has just had a baby. The flowers are also a sign of peace, which means that getting a large peony arrangement…

New Look At 53

A new logo can be exciting and a lot of work. Just like managing a flower shop. When we turned the big 5-0 it was such an honor that very few businesses achieve. Reaching this great milestone took a whole lot of hard work every single day. I am so proud to work along with family…

Spring Gardening Tips

Now that spring is here, you likely notice a change in your garden.  The weather is much warmer than winter and fall but isn’t quite as warm as summer, which could be the perfect reason to spend more time outdoors making your garden one of a kind. Blooms you planted in the previous season are…