Make the most of the extended shopping hours offered this Thursday evening from 6 – 8 p.m. at many of the lovely shops in Minden, including Wall Flower Studio!
Browse at leisure from our delightful collection of locally made gifts.
We off unusual plants, culinary goodies, organic skin care + soap, gift baskets, pottery, jewellery, stocking stuffers, and more! For that hard-to-buy-for person, we offer gift certificates, too!
– A range of product that are guaranteed to include something for everyone!
Unable to visit our brick-and-mortar store?! Consider a visit to our Etsy shop online. We ship worldwide… AND, from now until Thursday at midnight, receive 20% off every item, (no minimum purchase required), with our sale code: CYBERSALE20
– I’d be delighted to send any purchase intended as gifts to the recipient for you! Simply leave me a note upon purchase with the correct address and your included message. I’ll wrap it in festive paper and include a note card!
This is the way I like to decorate. A little less glitzy than some, with a bent toward nature and a nod to the garden, which has all but disappeared under a blanket of snow in these parts, I might add.
A living wreath is perfect for placing on the wall all year long, and outside during the summer! This time of year it brings the garden indoors!
Place them on walls, and the dining table, too! During the holidays a living wreath will create the ultimate seasonal table centrepiece! Candles can be placed safely in the middle, offering a sumptuous dining experience for you and your guests!
Alternatively, if you’re seeking a wreath that will stand up to the elements, particularly winter, and if you’re into green like me, consider a moss wreath. Simple, elegant and timeless, these plump, plush living moss circles look amazing on any door, and they’re hardy enough to take all that winter throws at them!
These cultivated gifts are on special order at the store. Please contact me for more details.
Sharing a smattering of perennials still clinging to life in our October garden.
With the frost coming soon, and with winter’s impending arrival, the garden will soon be put to bed, the last of the leaves will be raked, (oak trees shed leaves a little later), so the time has come to look back at all that was accomplished this year, and to anticipate & plan new projects for next spring.
In the meantime, I’ve harvested many seeds, (still yet to be packed and labelled), steeped rosehips, lavender, and arnica flowers, (among others) in oils for our botanical apothecaryproducts, and have collected an assortment of herbs for our small batch vinegar & spice rubs. A busy time of year for everyone! Gathering for the winter is what fall is all about. Now it’s time to offer gratitude, and just enjoy the garden for what it offered me this past year