THAW. Every year we have hundreds of people come though our doors and no show is the same. Last year, we brought the event to our Holly store and did back to back events. This new back to back set up went so well that we are doing it again this year!
We are currently taking application for this years event. The Ferndale event will take place on Thursday, November 8th and the Holly show will take pace on Friday, November 9th. If you would like to apply please email email@example.com. There is a small free for the table rental and we do not repeat vendors so once you secure your spot we work hard to make sure that no one else sells merchandise like yours. Mark your calender's for this years event and share this story with someone that you know that might be interested in being a vendor at one or both of our annual shows!
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
- Plants clean and purify the air.
- Plants lower the risk for airborne illness.
-Plants boost ones overall mood by lowering anxiety, depression, and stress.
-Plants help enhance concentration, especially in office settings!
-Plants are shown to improve overall well-being in hospital patients.
-Plants have specific health benefits for certain diseases including lowering the risk for stroke, by 34 percent, ischemic heart disease, by 26 percent, COPD, by 22 percent, respiratory infections in children, by 12 percent, and lung cancer by 6 percent!
-Plants have been known to lower blood pressure.
-Plants help people recover from illness faster.
-Plants can improve sleep
-Plants can help to combat the negative effects of smoking inside.
-Plants can help you improve your overall mental health.
We have plants in every size and price point, so stop by Blumz, Holly, Ferndale or Detroit and pick something up to start getting healthy in 2018!
To learn more about how plants affect your health click here.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Want to get the most out of your poinsettias this holiday season? Here are some great tips from Blumz to make sure you do!
Pick a healthy plant. The longevity of a poinsettia plant can be dependent on its purchased condition. Select a plant that has bright green leaves and colorful sturdy bracts. After returning home with the plant, remove its protective covering and place in a location that receives indirect sunlight.
Water the plant regularly. Practicing proper watering techniques is important to the survival of all plants. Poinsettias should be watered when the plant’s soil is dry. A great way to water it is to take the plant to the sink, remove the foil wrapping and add water to the soil. The foil wrapping can be replaced after the excess water has drained from the plant. The plant can also be placed in a saucer and the foil wrapping can be punctured at the bottom of the plant to allow drainage.
Avoid direct sunlight. Because poinsettias are tropical plants, they do require some sunlight. But, placing the plant in direct sunlight can cause damage to the plant’s leaves. Extreme low or high temperatures and drafts should also be avoided.
BE AWARE: The belief that poinsettias are poisonous is a common misconception, according to a company spokesperson. A number of organizations, including Ohio State University, have documented that poinsettias are non-toxic and safe to be in homes where children and pets reside. As with many plants, poinsettias are not meant for ingestion and may cause discomfort if consumed.
Come by Blumz and check out our wide selection of poinsettias including red, yellow, white and more! We have all shapes, sizes, and colors!
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Burt's Warehouse in The Eastern Market was the perfect place for this rock and Roll Wedding inspired photo shoot. Blumz teamed up with some of Detroit's best vendors to create these beautiful shots, check them out!
Floral Design: @Blumzbyjrdesigns (Sadie and Megan)
Photographer: Kara Missig
Venue Design: Aimee Paquin @modernlyevents
Stationary: Lyndsay Bullock @CordialPunchPress
Hair and Makeup: Alexandra Hicks
Venue: Bert’s Warehouse
Bride: Eboni Sawyer @eboniiii
Bridesmaid: Alexandra Hicks
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Roses are one of the most popular flowers to send or receive because they are beautiful, fragrant and come in 100's of different varieties and colors. Blumz by JRDesigns carries a large selection of roses in our coolers all year round but every June we amp it up and stock them full of the freshest roses around. Here is a look at what is in our cooler this week. If you haven't sent flowers in awhile now is the time, our roses are in full bloom!
~Blumz by JRDesigns
Thursday, March 30, 2017
We did the research for you and we are happy to say that as long as you do not have a feline the lilies are fine! But, if you have a kitty you might want to rethink your choice. Lilies are safe for all animals except for cats. This is the offical statement form the Society of American Florists:
"The National Animal Poison Control Center says certain types of lilies can cause renal failure in cats that have ingested any part of the lily. SAF recommends keeping lilies out of the reach of cats. It is important to note that lilies do not pose a problem for other pets or humans".
So, if you or the person you are purchasing a lily for has a cat its time to rethink your purchase!
Give us a call at (248) 398-5130 / (313) 964-5777 or visit our website to order something special today!
- Team Blumz
Friday, February 24, 2017
International Women's Day celebrates women's accomplishments and advocates for gender equality. Honor an inspiring woman in your life by sending her hand-delivered flowers on March 8th!
THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY:
In 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding the right to vote and better pay. Two years later, an International Conference of Working Women was held in Copenhagen, Denmark where the idea to hold a day around the world where women demand their rights was proposed. International Women’s Day was born!
HOW WE CELEBRATE: