“to live in this world / you must be able / to do three things / to love what is mortal; / to hold it / against your bones knowing / your own life depends on it; / and, when the time comes to let it go, / to let it go” – Mary Oliver

Make room for grief through the language of flowers. We offer floral design for passing: funerals, wakes and memorials as well as to those in recovery.

In a time where arrangements are picked out of a book, one after another of homogenized designs, to honour loved ones who have passed and comfort families who are mourning, A FINE MEDLEY, provides personalized flowers to remember the deceased or show sympathy to those in recovery.

What did they have planted in their garden? If you could describe your loved one with 3 words what would they be? Did they have a favourite flower or place to visit in nature? These are a few questions I ask before beginning my process. It’s our way of helping you to tell their story; it’s an offering of peace and intimacy. 

Unable are the loved to die. For love is immortality.
— Emily Dickenson