Mother's Day is just a few days away (May 9), and Shelburne's local garden centres are in full swing, preparing for all your garden gifting needs. Shirley Noble, is the owner of Shirley's Garden Supply and Flower Shop located along Hwy.89 just outside of Shelburne, and she spoke with the Free Press about how they're preparing for Mother's Day. "All of our annuals should be in for the weekend of Mother's Day, we'll having hanging baskets, and all our cut flowers have been ordered. We'll be ready to make bouquets and arrangements," said Noble. Noble has been a certified florist since 2009 and dropped a few tips for those looking to buy bouquets or arrangements this year. "It all depends on what the client is asking for, but a lot of the time people want bright and happy," said Noble. "We like to make sure the mothers have bright, beautiful bouquets and there is a great assortment of flowers coming in with lilies, roses, and stock in all kinds of colours." Nobel adds that the top sellers for flowers arrangements tend to be roses, lilies, and peonies. While the colour of the flowers are a big factor, Noble also notes… Read full this story
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