• The Greenhouse

    Ponytail Palms

    Ponytail palms (Beaucarnea recurvata) is a very common and popular houseplant due to its drought-tolerant nature and adaptability to almost any environment. They are native to areas in Mexico, but have been cultivated for…

    January 21, 2020
  • The Greenhouse

    Mounting Staghorn Ferns

    Staghorn ferns are beautiful and unique tropical houseplants that have acquired some popularity in recent years, specifically for their ability to be mounted on natural materials, creating stunning displays that grow and develop character…

    January 11, 2020
  • Chet Notes

    Five Gift Ideas Beyond A Bouquet

    Here at Chester’s, our specialty is the language of flowers, but we understand that sometimes just flowers aren’t enough to fully convey how you feel. For occasions like this we always have our showroom…

    December 30, 2019
  • Events Flowers Weddings

    Downtown Winter Wedding

    Joe and Jessica were married at the Delta Hotel by Marriott this past November with beautiful downtown Utica as their backdrop! For the bride we created a gorgeous bouquet of ivory, peach, and blush…

    December 10, 2019
  • Events Flowers Weddings

    Succulent Wedding at Twin Ponds

    John and Ann were married this past October at Twin Ponds Golf & Country Club. For the bride we created a unique arrangement of muted blue and green succulents, crisp white spider mums, and…

    December 10, 2019
  • Seasonal Seasonal Specials The Greenhouse

    Norfolk Island Pines

    These miniature trees are very popular around the holidays as they offer a permanent, less messy, and typically smaller alternative to traditional Christmas trees. Don’t let the name fool you, however, Norfolk Island pines…

    December 2, 2019
  • Chet Notes

    Petal It Forward Recap

    Chester’s Flowers was proud to participate in this year’s Petal It Forward event, alongside over 600 other nationwide participants, representing every state in the US, as well as Canada and Puerto Rico! To prep…

    November 4, 2019