Save the Girls Purses have arrived!

Our first shipment of these amazing purses sold out within days but don’t worry – they are here again and we are restocking the Save the Girls purses all the time so we will have all the styles and colours to suit every taste. These are the must-have new item this year and will make the top of many Christmas lists!  If you haven’t had the chance to check them out before, these purses fit your cellphone (even the latest versions) and allow you to make calls, text or take pictures while still inside your purse. Anything you can do with your phone you can do with it safely inside your purse. Perfect for on-the-go ladies and for travellers as well. The brilliant lady behind these fantastic purses donates 10% of all proceeds to Breast Cancer Research so you can feel good carrying around your new stylish find!

Holiday Workshops

November is packed with design classes to get you in the spirit of the season. Work with our talented team of designers to create a stunning masterpiece to enjoy throughout the holidays and impress your family and friends!
Outdoor Urn – Nov. 14 – 6:30 pm
Create a long-lasting Christmas outdoor urn to make your home ready to start the holiday season with wintery greens, pinecones, berries, bows and more!   
Balsam Wreath – Nov. 21 – 6:30 pm    

Design a gorgeous wreath for your front door with our designers. We will give you tips to keep it lively all season long. Nothing is more welcoming than the fresh scent of winter greenery at your door!
Flowers and Chocolate – Dec. 5 – 6:30 pm
This is the sweetest workshop of the season.
Join us Dec 5th at 6:30 pm in the Code’s Mill atrium.
We will be teaching you how to make a wired garland and a beautiful cake topper.  The best part, you leave with a delicious chocolate cake from Fieldhouse.   
Christmas Centrepiece – Dec. 19 – 6:30 pm 

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Time to make Christmas Centrepieces to make the holidays even more bright. Work with our team to create a stunning arrangement that will complete your holiday look for your home. We will give you to keep it fresh during the holiday and teach the art of decorative bow making.


Christmas Open House


It’s quickly becoming the most wonderful time of year at Kelly’s – Christmas! Nothing is more exciting than seeing all of the trees lit up and twinkling, ornaments artfully hung and the store bursting with beautiful decorations of all kinds. That’s why we invite you all to our annual Christmas Open House that takes place on Saturday, November 2nd and Sunday, November 3rd!

Come in and discover the new themes of this holiday season and be delighted by trees decorated from trunk to tip! There will be delicious treats to eat and Kelly’s Tea brewing to keep you warm. We are thrilled to be hosting Timothy Loten from Red Fox in a solo Christmas performance live in the Atrium to complete your shopping experience. There will be fun in-store giveaways with prizes to be won and enjoyed and brand new gift items that you just can’t miss. It’s definitely the event of the year at Kelly’s and we can’t wait to unveil it all to our loyal customers!

Time to Grow Again!

Have you ever thought of being a florist?

Do you have an artistic flair?

Do have a love for flowers?

Do you have the desire to work in a fast-paced environment?

Do you want a new career opportunity where you get to work with 8 awesome, empowering women?

We have a grant opportunity to send anyone between the ages of 20-30 to design school in Toronto. If this opportunity excites you, please visit us with a resume!

Kelly’s Flowers & Gift Boutique
17 Wilson St. East
Perth, Ontario

Tips and Tricks for Hearty Fall Mums

One of the most popular and well-known fall plants is the vivacious fall mum. Make sure your fall mums get at least 6 hours of sunlight and do not let them dry out, this goes for both garden mums and indoor pots as well. Take care not to over-water as soggy soil can prevent them from flowering and cause root rot. The biggest sign of over-watering is yellow leaves that turn black and fall off.
Keep mums evenly watered to ensure the best flowering. It is possible to have annual mums if they are planted in the spring or summer and have ample time to establish a good root system. They can stay in the ground during winter (especially with a layer of mulch for colder areas like ours) if they are cut down to only a few inches above the soil but potted mums should be brought inside and watered to just slightly moist during winter dormancy.
Be sure to deadhead old blooms frequently to encourage new growth and enjoy the beautiful, full look of these marvellous mums!

Garden Advice for Geraniums

Geraniums make decent houseplants if you can provide them with lots of bright light. They like a cool temperature, so even if you keep your thermostat low, they should be happy. However, they’ll start to look gangly and gawky if you don’t provide enough light. There are a few techniques for winterizing geraniums, with or without a pot.
To winterize your beloved geraniums in a dormant storage phase, dig up the entire plant before frost and gently shake the soil from the roots. Place the plants inside open paper bags or hang them upside-down from the rafters in a cool, dark location for the winter.
When saving geraniums for the winter in pots, dig up your geraniums and place them in a pot that can comfortably fit their rootball. Prune the geranium back by one-third. Water the pot thoroughly and place in a cool but well-lit part of your house.

Ripping Up The Carpet Sale

We don’t have sales very often, so you should take advantage of this one. We are ripping up the carpet and replacing it with beautiful poured floors instead. We literally have to pack the entire store so help us get rid of stuff so we don’t have to pack it up. There are great deals on Christmas, Purses, Jewellery, Art and Home Decor. Up to 50% off from February 1st to the 23rd.

How to care for Roses

Care of cut roses and how to keep roses fresh longer is easy if you borrow a few basic tricks from the experts, the professional florists, (that would be us).
Step 1: Recut the stems. Use a sharp set of pruners and cut at a 45-degree angle, so there will be a maximum surface area for the stems to drink water through.
STEP 2: To improve the vase life of cut roses and to keep the roses fresh longer, immerse their stems in warm water immediately after cutting.
STEP 3: Add a packet of flower preservative.
STEP 4: Keep your roses out of direct sunlight and away from drafts to prevent drying out and wilting.
It is that simple, folks.

Design Classes

We really enjoyed designing beautiful pieces with our variety of classes throughout the year in 2018 and look forward to even more creative fun in the new year. Keep your eyes on our social media pages for upcoming design classes!
Join us February 7th to create a natural dried floral arrangement that will always maintain its beauty. Bring a friend and make an evening of it! Be sure to call ahead to reserve your spot, spaces are limited.
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