Providing weekly bedside flower arrangements for San Diegans in hospice care.

Recent Work

In our ongoing commitment to brighten the lives of those often in their twilight days, we create new arrangements weekly. Each bouquet is unique since our floral donation sources always vary. Take a moment to see some of our past examples.

Latin: “desired things”

I think it was back in high school when I first...

Holidays & Every Day

Thanksgiving… a day to give thanks!...

On Collecting Beautiful Moments

School’s out for the summer- I’ve had...

"What does our name mean?"

Derived from the Greek words “helio” for sun and “tropos” to turn, “heliotropic” flowers can move, turning or curving (as of a sunflower head) toward sunlight. As the earth spins and revolves around the sun, the subtle movements of nature mark the passage of time, a powerful symbol of life.

Recent Blog Posts

January 1, 2019 |

Latin: “desired things”

I think it was back in high school when I first read The Desiderata by Max Ehrmann, written in 1927. When you...

November 22, 2018 |

Holidays & Every Day

Thanksgiving… a day to give thanks! Gratitude for the present, and for memories that are precious. Each day...

June 24, 2018 |

On Collecting Beautiful Moments

School’s out for the summer- I’ve had a chance to catch my breath! Time to focus on some Heliotrope...

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