Meet Ralphi, Ralphi Pitto

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January 26, 2017

No Daisy, No Carns, No Greens.

As a florist, most all orders are never complete without hearing these words. All insinuate filler, an inefficient use of dollars spent. We get it. In fact, we agree.

But… 

Suddenly, we’ve had a bit of a change of heart. At least when it comes to flowers in  your home, for your own fulfillment. Certain flowers, of course – pastel roses, Italian Clooney varietal ranunculus. Who knew that an already chic and simple bundle of either beauty would take on a whole new dimension with accents of Italian grown Ralphi Pitto (short for Pittosporum), seeded Eucalyptus or the smaller leafed Gunni varietal.

All we’re saying is don’t be afraid to get to know a couple of these handsome greens. It doesn’t have to become anything serious, but we implore you – have a little fun.

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