Our Guide to Repotting Succulents and Cacti
Camelback Flowershop Blog
by Alana Tivnan
1y ago
There are two things that we hear in the shop every day without fail: “how do I keep my fresh cut flowers alive?”, and “please tell me why I keep killing my succulents!” Oftentimes, it all goes awry when people embark on repotting succulents at home. It always makes us sad to see another poor succulent skeleton brought back into the shop for a refresh, so today we’re sharing our best practices for successful repotting to keep them looking happy and healthy for as long as possible! Check out our succulent care repotting tips below. Repot at the right time It’s important to pay attention to you ..read more
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Mother’s Day is This Sunday! Shop Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gifts
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by Alana Tivnan
1y ago
Mother’s Day is this Sunday If it snuck up on you, no worries… it snuck up on us too! Thankfully, we have plenty of thoughtful gifts, lovely spring floral arrangements, and curated items for the home. Spoil every mama in your life - they deserve it. We’re offering pick-up and delivery services all week long. Arrangements will be available for in-store pickup until 4pm on Mother’s Day. Have a special request? We're still accepting custom orders over $350. Call us at 602-840-4646 to order your custom arrangement. Shop Hours Monday-Friday 8am - 6pm | Saturday & Sunday 8am - 4pm  Delive ..read more
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Are your blooms fading fast? Here’s how to make cut flowers last longer
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by Alana Tivnan
1y ago
There’s nothing quite like having beautiful fresh cut flowers in your home. They bring a sense of life to any space and can inspire elegant serenity or bright joy.  The inevitable sacrifice is that their beauty is fleeting. Though you can’t prevent them from eventually withering in their vase, we have a handful of tips that you can follow to help keep your flowers looking fresh and beautiful for as long as possible!  01 / Refresh the water daily Changing out the water daily with cool tap water or filtered water is the best possible way to keep cut flowers fresh. Bacteria builds up i ..read more
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Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2021
Camelback Flowershop Blog
by Alana Tivnan
1y ago
One of our favorite times of the year is back! We love the adoration and tenderness that’s celebrated on Mother’s Day. A huge thank you and extra big hugs to our mamas in the shop who work so hard during Mother’s Day week.  When picking out a Mother’s Day present for me, my kiddos surprised me with a beautiful rose quartz crystal. They said the color reminded them of the love I show them… since it’s the stone of unconditional love, I can’t think of a sweeter or more cherished gift.  Whether you’re shopping for your mom, your grandmother, the mother of your children, or playdate gro ..read more
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Celebrating Earth Day 2021
Camelback Flowershop Blog
by Alana Tivnan
1y ago
The shop is a frenzy of activity preparing for Mother’s Day, one of our busiest weeks of the year. But we’d be remiss if we didn’t pause, take a breath, and appreciate the mother to us all - this wonderful, vibrant, living planet that we call home.  Happy Earth Day Environmentalism and combating climate change can often feel incredibly overwhelming. Our world is so large and complex. As with any complex system, there is a lot of nuance and many facets to each challenge, which can make it feel impossible to tackle them as individuals. While there have been great strides towards sustainabi ..read more
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Introducing Flowers for Mother’s Day 2021
Camelback Flowershop Blog
by Alana Tivnan
1y ago
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Rooted in Arcadia: Celebrating Growth & The History of Arizona’s Citrus
Camelback Flowershop Blog
by Alana Tivnan
2y ago
We just love this photo of our sweet shop gal Julia at her Acradia home with her chicken Peaches! You may know Arcadia neighborhood for its sprawling homes and its plethora of restaurants - but did you know that the area’s popularity stemmed almost exclusively from citrus? The first citrus grove in Arizona was planted in 1899 near 56th Street and Indian School Road, where it thrived thanks to the rich soil at the base of Camelback Mountain and the cool waters from the canal. As the 20th century began, varieties of lemons, limes, grapefruit, and oranges consistently out-performed other cr ..read more
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Fresh Flowers for your Passover Table and Easter Celebrations
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by Alana Tivnan
2y ago
A sign of Spring. We love the celebrations and the traditions of Passover and Easter alike. They arrive with anticipation and in unity every Spring, just as sweet daffodils, delicate hellebores, and magnolia blossoms do. Both are an honoring and a celebration of duality - life and death, sorrow and joy, fear and hope.  Passover asks us to reflect on the bitterness of slavery and oppression while rejoicing and giving thanks for freedom and salvation. The seder table is filled with symbols that remind us of these contradictions - Matzah is the bread of the oppressed and the freed, the fres ..read more
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International Women’s Day: Celebrating All of the Badass Ladies in Our Life
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by Alana Tivnan
2y ago
International Women's Day is this Monday, March 8th! Camelback Flowershop would not exist without the creative, hard-working, intelligent, talented, and tenacious women that have worked with us over the years. We love International Women’s Day because we love any excuse to celebrate and honor all of the astounding women that make our lives so vibrant and filled with so much grace and compassion.    Our team especially inspires us. To mark the occasion this year, we’ve asked our staff about the women that inspire them, and we want to take a moment to celebrate the ladies that th ..read more
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Gardening in Arizona: Our Top 5 Favorite Plants for Your Desert Spring Garden
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by Alana Tivnan
2y ago
Though the first day of spring is technically March 20th, every Phoenix resident knows that springtime warmth is in the air practically the moment you take your holiday decorations down. With the hot weather rolling in so quickly, it’s easy to feel like you’ve missed the opportunity to plant your Arizona garden before the heat sets in. No need to worry - there’s still plenty of time to plant beautiful flowers, succulents, cactus, and shrubs! We’re recommending some of our favorite options to plant right now so that your yard stays beautiful and verdant - even in the wicked heat of summer. We’v ..read more
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