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What the Color of a Rose Means

  When picking out roses for your special person, it is nice to know the meaning of the different colors so that you can choose the color rose that best expresses your feelings.   Roses have always been a popular flower since they are associated with beauty and love.  Over time, different colored roses came to represent different sentiments.  So to help our customers, we want to give you an outline …Read More

Artist Reception for Thomas Dunlay

Artist Reception for Thomas Dunlay at Accents You are invited to join us for an exciting artist reception. Famous local artist and Westwood resident Thomas Dunlay will be at Accents by Lovell on Saturday, November 8th from 1:30 – 4:00 p.m. Mr. Dunlay is most well-known for his Boston and Nantucket prints. He also paints local subjects like “The Old” Norwood High School and “Norwood Town Square with Skater.”  Mr. …Read More

Let There Be Candle Light!

Autumn is here and the days are shorter. It is time to enjoy the longer evenings and embrace the twilight. One way is to create a warm and cozy atmosphere in your home by enhancing your lighting with candles. Accents by Lovell has an extensive line of high quality candles to choose from, including dinner candles, pillar candles, scented candles and the newest innovation in atmospheric lighting, the flame-less candle!. …Read More

George’s 10,000 Mum Plants

It is mid-September and one reliable sign that autumn has arrived are the Chrysanthemum (mum) plants adorning the front doors and gardens of homes across New England. What you may not know about the mum plants sold at Lovell’s Florist and Nursery is that they are homegrown on site in Medfield.  For the last 38 years, owner George Lovell plants 10,000 mum seedlings in the hot sun starting the first …Read More

Voted the “BEST”

After forty years of serving your floral and garden needs, it never gets old to hear that our customers consider us the “BEST” at what we do. Recently Lovell’s Florist and Nursery received recognition for Hometown Best Florist and Hometown Best Garden Store and recognition as Regional Best Florist and Regional Best Garden Store. Every year the Hometown Weekly Newspaper, which is sent to every home in Medfield, Westwood, Dover, …Read More

In Lieu of Flowers

When I was growing up in Norwood, my mother was in charge of collecting a few dollars from all the neighbors to send flowers when someone died. They all donated gladly! The flowers sent reflected the person’s personality. All white or bright colors, each bouquet was sent with the intention of comforting the family and honoring the life of the person who had died. Today many obituaries include “in lieu …Read More

Is it too late to plant vegetables, perennials, and annuals?

Now that summer is here many people think it is too late to plant vegetables and flowers. Well here at Lovell’s Nursery we are getting three or four shipments of new annuals every week. Perennials arrive weekly also, as the plants show new color. Some of the more popular perennial plants are foxglove/digitalis, larkspur/delphinium, Shasta daisies, day-lilies and yarrow. This is a great time to fill in your perennial garden …Read More

News, Events, and Specials…all here!

With our new website design, we are also happy to have all the aspects of our business under one functionally, beautiful site.  Another bonus is this blog where we can let you know what is happening here at Lovell’s in a timely fashion. In our first blog post, we would like to acknowledge some special events we have hosted or will be hosting: In April, Lovell’s was happy to host the …Read More