Monthly Archives: February 2014

Brooklyn’s Caffé Spina Marries Green with Caffeine

There’s a new flower shop in Brooklyn, and it’s unlike any you’ve ever seen before. Conceived by former financial adviser Vanessa Chinga-Haven, Caffé Spina is quickly becoming a Greenpoint staple, frequented by neighbors who are drawn to its unique concept. … Continue reading

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Jennie Love’s Fresh Flowers

“We lose sight of seasons when we have ready access to produce, flowers, whatever it is,” says urban flower farmer Jennie Love. “But I think it’s really interesting to get back in touch with that cycle of growth.” Love, the … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Flowers For Every Relationship

Whether you’re in a long-term, committed relationship, or if you and your sweetie are newly dating and your love is just starting to bloom, flowers are a Valentine’s Day gift that are universally beloved. Celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh, the chief … Continue reading

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5 Of the Easiest Houseplants to Nurture

Last week, I wrote about the beneficial properties of bringing the outdoors inside at home. In the spirit of embracing the great indoors, I wanted to detail some of the best, easiest-to-care-for houseplants. Wintertime can feel grim for avid gardeners, … Continue reading

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