News from the Plant Doctor

Brought to you every Thursday by Pamela E Smith, owner of Roadrunner Florist in Phoenix, AZ.
Pamela has been known as the Plant Doctor since 1971 when she purchased
Esquire Flowers in Oak Park, MI.
Pamela is a Michigan State University Floriculture Graduate 1964.
Pamela opened Roadrunner Florist in Phoenix, AZ in 1979.


ROSES are a beautiful flower.

ROSES come in a wide variety of colors and petal shape with a few or large number of petals.

WATER is most important when growing roses.

ALWAYS change the water in vased roses often and display in a collocation, not near a window or in a draft from air conditioning or heat.

LOVE is red

PES doz red roses

PINK is worthy and happiness

dozen pink roses

YELLOW is Texas and jealousy

yellow roses medium

WHITE is purity

bridal bouquet 1 website builder

MULTI COLORED BOUQUET brings pleasure and love

mixed color roses for blog

CALL or come by for $10 off a dozen roses of many colors.

 Stop by Roadrunner Florist & Gifts
2007a W Bethany Home
Phoenix, AZ 85015

Flowers & Gift Baskets that Guarantee a WOW!


26 thoughts on “News from the Plant Doctor

  1. My girlfriend tells me it’s quite an occasion when flowers come into the office. All the expectant looks, and sighs when the flowers finally reach their destination.

    • Oh, Mike, let me tell you how it is on Valentine’s Day. It’s a race to deliver the roses FIRST before anyone else in the office gets them! Honest! The first one wins. Then she can call her boyfriend/husband and complain that she doesn’t have her roses and someone else already got hers, etc. We work very hard to get our roses out early on Vday so the ladies are happy! Delivering roses (and all flowers) to an office always makes one person happy and some people really jealous!!

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