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Love the aroma.

Joseph, thanks for the review on Balsam & Cedar!
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Love the smell of this candle and everytime someone walked in my house they would ask what's that smell it's amazing

A fragrance so delicious you could eat it! That's what we like to hear. ;)
Kalamazoo Candle STILL GREAT

We have been purchasing these candles for the last 5 - 6 years and they have always been of the highest quality and they are still the great candles. We would recommend for anyone.

Jack, thanks so much for your support since day 1! It's people like you who have made us into what we are today. :)
LOVE KALAMAZOO CANDLE COMPANY

I love Kalamazoo. I love this company. The store itself is great and you can even make your own! I love that the products are as natural as can be and the company is focused on sustainability. I love the scents! Balsam & Cedar is my all time favorite. I ordered three this holiday season online. (Not my first purchase from them) I received them in ONE day. Sadly, one of the glass jars was broken en route. I messaged them and they responded immediately. Apologized and sent me a new one! Best customer service ever! I am not affiliated with them, they did not give me anything to write this. I am just one happy customer :)

Holy smokes, Erica, you just BLEW us away with that review! Thank you so much for sharing your love for Kalamazoo Candle Company; we love to hear how we're doing and appreciate it so much! :)

Love the candles! Arrived quickly and when I called to say one broke in shipping I was greeted with a friendly voice on the phone and they shipped me a replacement right away! Will definitely continue to use Kalamazoo Candle! This was also a fundraiser for my nephew's sailing team!!

We're happy to be able to replace your broken candle and to hear that you enjoy them! Thank you for supporting your nephew's fundraiser, too! :)
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Don’t you just love fresh flowers at home? Cosmos on the dining room or coffee table, bachelor’s button by the bathroom sink, or sunflowers on the bedroom bureau-but they can wilt after only a day or two. Follow these steps and watch your cut flowers stay stunning for over a week!

  • Harvest the flowers when the buds are just starting to open. If possible, harvesting in the early morning is best.
  • Use sharp scissors to cut the stem at an angle at the desired length and above a leaf stem. The angle increases the area for water uptake. Immediately put the stem in tepid water to prevent the cut end from sealing or taking in air, preventing the flower from taking up water.
  • Once indoors, strip off any foliage on the stems that would be underwater in your display vase to prevent leaves from rotting in the water. Transfer to a vase with lukewarm water halfway up the stems.
  • Change water completely every two days. Professional florist preservative can also be used to extend your bouquet’s life, although frequent water changes are the most important factor in maintaining a long-lasting arrangement.
  • Keep the vase out of direct sunlight and away from fruit. Both sunlight and the ethylene gas from fruit will accelerate wilting.

Though these steps may seem like fussy tasks, the reward of longer-lasting cut flowers fresh from your garden will be well worth the effort!

Here are some of our favorite Botanical Interests’ seed varieties that make beautiful cut-flower arrangements. There are many more!

  • Bright Lights Cosmos: with vibrant, bright, bold colors, this cosmos blend is a cosmic beauty.
  • Peppermint Stick Zinnia: as tantalizing as candy! Striped and speckled blooms in cheery colors are delightful in tabletop arrangements.

Here are some of our favorite perennial varieties that are in bloom now and make beautiful cut flower arrangements. Most of these have several varieties in an array of colors & heights. Of course, there are many more of perennial choices too!

  • Black Eyed Susan
  • Garden Phlox
  • Penstemon
  • Balloon Flower
  • Coneflower

 

Originally published on August 10, 2015, by Wedel's Nursery, Florist, & Garden Center. View original blog post here.


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