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The “Un-Pink” Bouquet

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The “Un-Pink” Bouquet

February 11, 2013

Here’s an antidote to the red and pinks that dominate St. Valentine’s day: the Roezl, an all-green bouquet from The Sill in New York.

For a profile on The Sill, see our earlier post, “Houseplant Door-to-Door Delivery.”

Above: The limited edition Roezl Bouquet is available for local area deliveries in Manhattan and Brooklyn by pre-order through Monday, February 11 (limited quantities available).

Above: Not in New York? Consider crafting your own green bouquet for your valentine. The Sill uses Sweet William, Goldenrods, and Alpine Penny Grass. Imagine adding Cardoons for a stunning effect.

Above: The Roezl Bouquet sits in a Hobnob glass vase; $48 for the short and $68 for the tall bouquet.

Next year I am thinking of making Rose Petal Honey for a sweet valentine.

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