The latest from the Cove...
This Mother's Day weekend, we're super excited to be partnering with Andrea from Longbranch. (So excited that I even put on a dress and casually stared off into the distance...for this photo.)
Andy and I met in the shop awhile back and shared our mutual love for flowers...and our dream of pushing Vancouver's floral industry to include more & more local and sustainable options (including flowers and foliage grown by yours truly!) This bouquet features epic tulips grown by Twigs Twisted in Langley and Whidbey Island, WA - along with foliage from Deep Cove.
Pre-book your Fresh Flowers for Mum for pick-up in Deep Cove on Saturday, May 13 or Sunday, May 14. (Please select in-store pick up during check-out!)
Images are samples only, actual arrangements will vary based on what's seasonal, sustainable and available.
This represents a $65 arrangement. We will also be offering something lovely for $35.
We're happy to try to accommodate colour & specific flower requests based on availability. Please feel free to use the comment box or give us a call to discuss.
Art for good.
This beautiful artwork was generously donated by Vancouver's Olivia Harrison to support The International Rescue Committee (IRC) who respond to some of the world's worst crises, delivering aid that saves lives while paving the way for long-term recovery.
- 100% Organic Cotton
- Printed in North Vancouver
- Made in USA (American Apparel)
- 100% proceeds benefit The IRC
The timeless, beautifully made classics from Modaspia have adorned our shop for nearly a decade now. Each piece is made by hand in California and sewn to last. This season's linens and cottons are imported from Japan and we're smitten.
Miriam is a gold and silversmith living and working in Whistler, BC. She is inspired by the 'curiosities of the natural world' and uses semi-precious stones in her work. Each piece is hand carved or hammered, and the variations between them are what make them so special.
Happy Thursday guys! Last night the boys took Rich and me on an evening walk and there was a warmish breeze blowing in the Cove. Mayor even took off his florescent orange "Ambulance" jacket and was back to his trusty white tank. It felt like Spring was in the air ... even if there are still dirty snow piles on the ground.
Last week was a whirlwind of activity with 3 days of sunshine (gorgeous!), a long weekend and that V-day holiday. Thank you so much to everyone who came out and supported our little shop, I had a blast playing with flowers and I'm happy to be donating 25% of all flower sale proceeds to the International Rescue Committee as a way of spreading a broader message of love this year.
Last week we received so many pretty new Canadian made special things! I felt like a kid in a candy shop unpacking new Lisa Fletcher jewelry (Tofino), Miriam De Langley jewelry (Whistler), Ouistine recycled sweater hand-puppets (Montreal) and Hart & Stone jewelry (Salt Spring).
Krista and I are doing some flower farm planning today, the dream lives on! Speaking of which, we are not-so-patiently waiting for Floret's new book to arrive the first week of March. Don't worry, I ordered lots!