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Introducing a NEW SCENT to the WildFlora Double Wick Botanical Candle Line

Introducing a NEW SCENT to the WildFlora Double Wick Botanical Candle Line

At the beginning of the summer we release the limited edition Citrus Agave Candle in our classic, single-wick candle line. It was such a popular run, both with customers and employees, that we decided to make it one of our permanent scents in our larger, double-wick Botanical Candle Line. Yay! So welcome to the club, CITRUS AGAVE! you can order the Double Wick Botanical Candles HERE. 

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Birth Month Flower Cards are here!

Birth Month Flower Cards are here!

They're here! Our Birth Month Flower Greeting Cards have arrived, hot off the press. As is also true with birthstones, some months have multiple flowers, so we picked our favs to draw and turned them into a beautiful line of botanical greeting cards - bolded flowers and birthstones below are featured on the cards. 01 January - Flowers: Carnation, Snowdrop | Birthstone: Garnet 02 February - Flowers: Violet, Primrose, Iris | Birthstone: Amethyst 03 March - Flowers: Daffodil, Jonquil | Birthstone: Aquamarine, Bloodstone 04 April - Flowers: Daisy, Sweet Pea | Birthstone: Diamond 05 May - Flowers: Lily of the Valley, Hawthorn | Birthstone: Emerald 06...

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What's on the Rack: Warm-Toned Summer Flowers

What's on the Rack: Warm-Toned Summer Flowers

Here's what was in one of our summer hauls...

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Plant Parenthood: Fiddle Leaf Fig

Plant Parenthood: Fiddle Leaf Fig

Fiddle Leaf Figs are the fussy babies that will make you feel like a failed plant parent... yet somehow, people can't stay away. Probably because they're so pretty. There was a time we didn't even carry these because they're difficult to keep happy. However, houseplant culture has grown in popularity over the past few years, so we decided to bring 'em back for our more experienced plant-owners. For watering, wait until the top 2 inches of soil are dried out. This interval may change throughout the year, meaning what works in the summer may not work in the winter. While some...

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