Roadside Blooms Shop Blog

Join the Roadside Blooms Team
  Roadside Blooms is looking for a FULL-TIME perfect fit to help support the exponential growth of a beautiful, team-led, community-driven business.  Job Title: Roadside Blooms Shop Associate Reports To: Lauren Szego - Shop Manager  Who We Are Looking For The Right Fit is Someone Who: Finds joy among plants, flowers, and people Works well in a supporting role and as part of a team Can take direction, not need micro-managing, and holds themselves accountable Is organized, plans ahead, and follows through...
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Carnivorous Plants
Carnivorous plants have fed our imaginations since the dawn of our time. Here is your chance to learn a little more about these interesting species.
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Not All Flowers Are Created Equal
Consumers have increasingly paid close attention for years to where their food comes from, how it’s grown or raised, and even how it’s packaged. But have you through about where your flowers come from? You should. Check out this article to learn why.
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Elderberry, The Roadside Plant That Heals

Taking root along the roadside and growing out of ditches all around the Lowcountry, the American elderberry (sambucus nigra or sambucus canadensis), stands tall with its showy white lace doily-looking flowers in late spring and early summer, followed by its deep purple berry-looking fruit in late summer and early fall. This native plant may look like a nuisance weed to the passersby, but is actually an important healing plant.  

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