Bloomist


The other day I was minding my own business wasting time on the internet when an ad caught my eye.  Ads catch my eyes all the time but rarely do I click on.  This time I did.



It is a company called Bloomist and they make ecofaux botanicals. 



You may be thinking why would I want faux botanicals in my house when I have a real antique rose garden outside my door?





The answer is allergies.  For the last several years I can cut my roses, arrange them, photograph them and then promptly put them on the porch or give them away.

The photos look so beautiful that I decided to spend $34 and try a tall branch.  So glad I did because it is lovely.  I put a couple of dead branches in with the faux one and it looks even more real.

I reached out to Bloomist and they sent me a code you can use if you want to shower yourself this Valentines Day.  I probably will do that too.

JANET15 will get you 15% off your first order
JANET25 will get you 25% off $100 or more purchase

One time use only - expires 2/29



16 comments

  1. Oh my gosh, Janet, I was just looking at their beautiful faux flowers this morning. You bought exactly what I want. I was afraid to order for fear maybe they aren’t that nice. Thank you SO much. Each year my allergies get worse so this is wonderful.
    Best,
    Kathy

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    1. kathy i'm hoping they will add a soft white rose to the collection. they are really pretty! x

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  2. I thought Wow! Janet’s roses are blooming early in California! They look real!
    Last weekend we went to the garden centre and I purchased 8 primulas for the front porch. I chose vibrant colours to add some cheer to the rainy days and grey skies that are hovering overhead.
    Enjoy your floral arrangements!
    💐💐

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  3. Those are gorgeous! My son has a lot of plant allergies so I might give those a try.

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  4. I am not afraid to use faux on occasion. My house is so large it would cost me a fortune to have fresh everywhere! Very happy to learn of this company!

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  5. Janet, what a great alternative the faux flowers are for you! The flowers look beautiful on their website & the spray of roses look so pretty next to St. Theresa - I think she would approve!! As I LOVE having flowers, both fresh & faux throughout our home, a few years ago I invested in some very realistic faux white apple blossom sprays from a floral warehouse. It is always a treat to bring them out again once the Christmas holiday decorations are put away. Those apple blossoms & lots of white orchids are my floral mainstay! Love any kind of topiary too, especially my myrtles! Sending love & hugs to you! Katie from Huntington Beach

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  6. They look so real! You always come up with the best things. ❤

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  7. Easily understood why you "clicked" on these - simply lovely.
    Years ago when our oldest daughter was to be married, a talented artistic friend who offered to design floral arrangements encouraged me to build a core structure out of faux flowers and at the last moment insert similar and comparable fresh stems. Oh boy, was I ever shocked by her notion at first. But, there was no one I trusted more so I went with it. End result, spectacular AND considerably less expensive than entirely fresh cut flowers.

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  8. Janet,
    Your email does not work. I wanted to ask you a private question about becoming an esthetician. Thanks!
    Kim

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    1. i get a lot of emails every day. hmmm. try a direct message on instagram?

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    2. Done. I don't use instagram very much but I figured out how to send a message. Thanks Janet! <3

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  9. Beautiful stem Janet! Is that the 36 inch size?

    Linda

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  10. I'm normally not one for faux flowers, but that arrangement is just gorgeous.

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