We create beautiful designs that reflect the Los Angeles landscape. We use a combination of succulents, drought tolerant plants, shells and found objects to create small to large arrangements that will enhance your living space.
After years of buying flowers and plants for loved ones, we realized that theses gifts did not last. The ephemeral nature of flowers led to a gift that was quickly thrown out, never to be appreciated again.
As California began to experience greater drought issues, the use of succulents became an obvious choice for us. When paired with shells and drift wood, succulents resemble the underwater landscape of a coral reef, creating unique, long lasting arrangement.
Inspired by distinct colors and structure, Urban Bloom aims at using natural objects, upcycled pottery, existing fountains, and seashells as vessels for succulents and other drought tolerant plants.
Upcycle Found Items
This fountain was no longer working and was collecting rainwater. With a little work, it was transformed into a beautiful garden piece.
Coconuts & More
Here is an example of a succulent design made from a discarded coconut shell.