March News from Bloom! & Lotus Gardenscapes

Posted on March 11, 2016

 Bloom! Gardens 2016 Grand Opening: Saturday, April 9


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We are very excited for 2016! Over the winter our expert craftsmen were busy at work expanding our store and creating what we refer to as the Bloom-tique, our new (heated!) space for houseplants and botanical-inspired interior art and accessories.  We have lots of new products (check out the fun bead art creatures!) arriving daily, and can’t wait to share them with our wonderful clients!


Bloom! Spring Fairy Garden Workshops


April 16: Fairy-arium (Fairy Terrarium)
May 14: Teacup Fairy Garden
June 18: Dads n’ Kids Fairy or Troll Garden
July 23: Beach Party Fairy Garden

All workshops are held at Bloom! Gardens on Saturdays, 2-4pm.

Pre-registration is encouraged. $20 per participant.

Traven’s Hat of the Month- March 2016



First hat of 2016, and Traven is starting the year off with a bang. In appreciation of Tiny Garden Month (which may or may not be a real thing…if it isn’t, it should be!), Traven is modeling our awesome new Dewit bonsai tools, available this spring at Bloom!

March 2016 News from Lotus Gardenscapes


Mother Nature thwarted our plans for a “late winter” newsletter! With temperatures in the 60’s and the ground quickly thawing, it looks like we will be starting the 2016 landscaping season early. Don’t delay in contacting us for spring design and installation, as our schedule is quickly filling up.   If you aren’t sure where to start or need a little bit of inspiration, we have many different landscape projects in both our digital portfolio and on We ask new clients to fill out our online survey, which helps us match you with the best designer for your landscape!


Bloom! Plant Pick of the Month: Heralds of Spring


Wade, Designer: “Spring has definitely arrived when you see a crocus poking out of the ground.”

Lauren, Designer- “Lenten roses (hellebores) are a lovely reminder that winter is almost over! Sometimes they even emerge through the snow to let us know spring is on the way. They are a great solution for dry shade situations, as well.”