Archive for September, 2014


Artificial Flowers Steal The Spotlight

School is back in full swing and with it comes school-sanctioned plays and productions. From grade school to college, students of all ages are beginning their theater classes with big hopes of an upcoming play or performance. One way that schools can cut cost and maintenance time is by purchasing artificial flowers and brush from […]

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Artificial Plants Ready For Holiday Season

October marks the beginning of the holiday season and Geranium Street Floral is stocked and ready to make your event stunning. We have new items ready to be ordered and shipped to beautify your holidays. Whether you’re decorating for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any holiday between, we have the artificial plants and flowers to make […]

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Course Builders Advance Skills With Artificial Brush

While equestrian eventing is a classic sport that has survived throughout the centuries, current course builders and designers are certainly not afraid of implementing modern technologies and strategies to improve the beauty and safety of their courses. Course builders like Bert Wood pass on their knowledge to students like James Atkinson, who in turn passes […]

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Artificial Flowers Beautify Outdoor Weddings

The summer and fall seasons mark the peak months for weddings. Wedding venues are packed and photographers have their schedules full for the upcoming weeks. Brides and grooms alike are searching for new and exciting ways to make their weddings both beautiful and unique. One way they can achieve this goal is by using artificial […]

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Spice Up Your Fall With Artificial Flowers

Fall has arrived and it’s time to kick up your garden’s game. With drought taking it’s vicious toll on all of the Western United States (California included), many lawns and gardens are looking tired and dried out. Especially as the year drags on and no rain falls. With creative sites like Pinterest and Facebook, there […]

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Artificial Brush Simplifies Course Building Duties

3-day equestrian events, or “Equestrian Triathlons.” Are one of the main groups who use and utilize the versatility of Geranium Street Floral’s products. Equestrian course designers and builders are hired for their ingenuity, creativity, and knowledge of the sport. Most designers and builders have many years of familiarity with horses, riders, jumps, and courses all […]

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Canadian Equestrians Use Artificial Flowers

Eventing is a worldwide event and one of the most prolific nations to compete is Canada. The Canadian equestrian team has riders who have been present in numerous Olympic competitions, including the world-class rider, Ian Millar. To keep up with the trending enhancements in equestrian course building, Canadian course builders like Jay Hambly, newcomer Mo von […]

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Equestrians Rely On Artificial Brush

The horses who compete in 3-day equestrian events are known for their beauty and stamina. The cross country and show jumping courses they compete on need to have the same characteristics. World-class designers such as Ian Stark, Greg Schlappi, Tremaine Cooper, Bert Wood, and Derek di Grazia use artificial brush and flowers to create and decorate […]

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Artificial Roses Used At Texas Championships

The beginning of September has most people dreaming of fall, football, and warmer clothes. Here at Geranium Street Floral, it means something a little different: Texas Rose Horse Park in Tyler, Texas is gearing up to host the American Eventing Championships. The American Eventing Championships are the pinnacle of Cross-Country racing for American equestrians. The Park sits on 1700 acres […]

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Artificial Azaleas Brighten Drought Stricken Gardens

Southern California is in the grips of a devastating drought. With no clear end in sight, many Californians have been left with the difficult decision of what to do with their flowers and yards. Watering is expensive and many counties have enforced water restrictions. With so little water to spare, few citizens can afford to properly […]

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