It’s Our 10-Year Anniversary!

Posted on March 12, 2021 by Andrea Forsberg

We at Flower Works LLC are passionate about floral design and are always eager to use their creativity to help you express your feelings and bring your floral vision to life. Flower Works LLC offers a wide variety of floral design services, as well as a greenhouse filled with plants and accessories. Whether you need a floral arrangement to mark a special occasion, a potted plant to brighten your home office, beautiful ceramic planters for your home or patio, or are looking for a designer to bring your wedding vision to life, there is no better option than Flower Works LLC

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Posted in AIFD, Anniversary, Artistic Design, Celebrate, Floristmeister, Flowers for every occation, Grateful, Michigan Certified Florist

Shamrocks vs. Oxalis: Will the Real Shamrock Please Stand Up

Posted on March 07, 2021 by Andrea Forsberg

Oxalis may not be the original shamrock, but this beauty has captured the hearts of all of us looking to bring the luck of the Irish into our homes. And Marquette residents need as much green as we can get in March. Stop by Flower Works to pick up one for your St Patrick’s Day festivities or to bring a little luck to someone you know. Contact us at (906) 273-1335.

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Posted in End of the Rainbow, Irish, Pot of gold, St Patrick"s day

How to Rid Your Indoor Plants of These Common Pests

Posted on February 27, 2021 by Andrea Forsberg

Flower Works of Marquette, MI, has a wide variety of plants and products to support you on your indoor gardening journey, along with a knowledgeable staff that’s ready to help. Stop by or call today. We can advise you on the best plants for your home and habits.


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Posted in exotic plants, pests, Plant, plant diseases, Plant pests, Plants, Terrarium Plants

How to Make Your Own Terrarium

Posted on February 22, 2021 by Andrea Forsberg


 How to Make a DIY Terrarium to Brighten Up Your Home


Having plants in the home is good for the body and soul. Plants often provide oxygenation and purifying properties, as well as decorative and aesthetic benefits that brighten a room and bring a smile to your face. An item of home decor that’s also a living thing to be nurtured and enjoyed just makes it all the more special. During this unique point in time where many people are home more than ever, beautifying a space with greenery can be even more meaningful. Terrariums also make a fantastic DIY project to pass the time! They were created during the Victorian era and hearken to that classic period of botany-influenced design. They are easier than you think to create. Here’s how.


  1. Choose the Right Home for Your Creation


A terrarium vase or container can be as simple or elaborate as the heart desires. If this is your first DIY terrarium, it may be best to start small. Very basic options include mason jars and decorative bowls, while you can also purchase ready-made terrariums. Make it extra special by searching for something vintage or vintage-inspired! Just remember to choose clear glass, as colored or overly cloudy glass can hinder plant growth.


  1. Make the Bottom Layer


Opt for a bottom layer of rocks, pebbles, marbles, or sea glass that offer drainage and aeration at the bottom of your terrarium. Use any color or texture you like but remember to choose a material that leaves room for the filtration process.


  1. Make a Barrier Between the Rocks and Soil


Just above the rocks, an ample layer of dried sphagnum or sheet moss is recommended to prevent the soil from slipping down into the base layer. Moisten your chosen material and cover the rock layer fully.


  1. Choose Your Soil


Simply add in a few inches of soil after consulting a floral expert about which soil is best for your chosen plants.


  1. Get Planting


Lastly, plant the chosen greenery, of course! In terms of selecting plants, a florist or nursery expert can help you reach your goals of both aesthetic and care requirements. Be sure to look at the nursery tags, as they will also educate a novice about the sun and water requirements. It is best to select a plant that does not require copious amounts of water, as terrariums do not drain from the bottom, only through the rock layer. Here at Flower Works, some beautiful terrarium plant options include aloe, jade, and pothos — all readily available!


When these steps are complete, take a moment to admire your creation! Water lightly and watch to be sure your terrarium is getting the appropriate amount of sun. Stop by Flower Works of Marquette to see our selection of plants and to take advantage of our staff’s expertise in helping you create something beautiful for your living space.

Posted in DIY, Plant, plants, Soil, Terrarium, Terrarium Plants

3 Unique Flower Options for Valentine’s Day

Posted on February 07, 2021 by Andrea Forsberg

Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate your unique and beautiful relationship. Make sure that the flowers you choose are just as extraordinary. Contact us at (906) 273-1335 and allow us to create a unique arrangement to celebrate the day.


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Posted in I love You, Love, Romance, Valentines, Valentines Day

What You Should Know About Plant Container Pots

Posted on January 31, 2021 by Andrea Forsberg

Your houseplants need the right container, and proper care to thrive. Stop by Flower Works tropical greenhouse in Marquette, MI, for more helpful information on caring for your houseplants, or to find the perfect container. Contact us at (906) 273-1335 for more information on caring for your plants.

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Posted in Ceramic pottery, Ceramicpots, exotic plants, Plant, Plants, Plants the perfect gift, Pottery, repot plants

The History of the Tulip

Posted on January 23, 2021 by Andrea Forsberg

Tulips are the perfect flower to brighten the day of a dear friend, a parent, that one person who makes your day brighter just by being there, or show yourself a little self-love with a bouquet.

Flower Works is featuring 10 tulips, cash & go for $9.50 + tax. Stop by, or Contact us at (906) 273-1335 for other available tulip arrangements.

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Posted in Appreciation., Flowers, Happy, Spring, Tulipmania, Tulips