Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Reopens June 1st With COVID-19 ChangesThe Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will reopen on Monday, June 1st but with many changes in response to the coronavirus pandemic. 
Texas Teen Buys Flower For Every Girl At His School For Valentine's DayA Texas student didn't want any of the girls at his high school to feel down this year — so he bought every one of them a flower.
Picking Sweet Valentine's Day Flowers And Gifts Without The StressIt’s the busiest day of the year in the flower business, but whether you’re buying for a loved one or a friend on Valentine’s Day, the options are often overwhelming.
North Haven Gardens Hard At Work Ahead Of Freeze To Protect PlantsIt’s a race against the clock ahead of tonight's expected hard freeze for workers at North Haven Gardens who are scrambling to cover plants and bring flowers inside.
CBS11 Investigates Online 'Florist' With Hundreds Of ComplaintsMore than 350 people have filed complaints with the Better Business Bureau about Troys Florist.
Half-Million Flowers Create Intricate 'Carpet'The flower carpet dates back to 1971, when Brussels councillors were impressed by similar arrangements in the neighboring Flanders province.
Royal Wedding Flowers Turned Into Bouquets For Hospice PatientsResidents of a hospice in London woke up Sunday to a pleasant and sweet-smelling surprise: the flowers that surrounded the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their wedding day.
Bees Can Make Your Garden Thrive, But They Need Your HelpThere are native bees in North Texas, and they need your support. Every backyard can help by taking just a few small steps to increase the population of one of the biggest heroes of the insect world.
Texas Woman Gets Prison; Abandoned Newborn Covered With AntsA Texas woman has been sentenced to four years in prison for abandoning her newborn daughter in a flower bed where the child was found covered with ants.
Wind Sculptures In Motion: The Kinetic Art of Lyman Whitaker At The ArboretumA new exhibit at the Dallas Arboretum is getting ready to open for Spring and Summer.
Arboretum Loving Cold, Wet Run-Up To Dallas BloomsThe internationally-known annual floral festival begins this weekend at the Dallas Arboretum and staffers say rain is a welcome relief from years spent worrying about drought.