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Springtime, Sunshine….and Allergies?

Spring has sprung and with it comes beautiful flowers, sunshine, and for many people, allergies. If you are one of the 50 million people in the United States affected by nasal allergies, spring can be a miserable time. [Read more…]

How to Buy Eco-Friendly Flowers for Your Wedding

Many couples that hold eco-friendly lifestyles are opting for simple and conservative weddings rather than extravagant and expensive events. Brides are looking for ways to choose eco-friendly wedding flowers without compromising their dream look. Learn how to make your celebration an eco-friendly one by using local, in-season flowers.

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What’s Blooming Now? Winter Flowers in Season

Not many people associate flowers with winter, but there are actually many flower varieties that last through the entire year! Choosing flowers that are in season come at a more affordable price because they are easily available. Whether you are looking for the perfect wedding flowers or simply want to spruce up your home, here is a list of ten beautiful flowers that are in season this month.

Ranunculus

Calla Lilies

Gardenias

Carnation

Rose

Chrysanthemum

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What’s Blooming Now? October Flowers in Season

When we think of flowers blooming our minds typically go to spring and summer, but now it’s time to trade in those blush and pastel tones for rich reds and lively orange hues. In their vibrant blooms and pleasing scent, the flowers of fall portray the warmth of the season.

Choosing flowers that are in season come at a more affordable price because they are easily available. Whether you are looking for the perfect wedding flowers or simply want to spruce up your home, here is a list of ten beautiful flowers that are in season this month.

1) Alstromeria

2) Gerbera

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Allergy Friendly Flowers

If you suffer from allergies you probably tend to shy away from purchasing fresh cut flowers for your home. What many people don’t know though is that there are actually some flowers with very low pollen levels that won’t trigger the itchy eyes and a runny nose. See what flowers are safe for your home and which ones you should be avoiding!

Allergy Friendly

Allergy friendly flowers are actually more common than you think. This list is full of very commonly used, gorgeous flowers that are popular in every local flower shop!

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Spring Flower Arrangements You Need

It’s time to break out the shorts and loose the jackets because it’s finally springtime! Bring the blooming outdoors inside this season with these beautiful spring flower arrangements. Browse through some of our favorite arrangements and find the perfect flowers to brighten up your home.

Spring is in the Air
This floral arrangement is guaranteed to light up a room with its beautiful pink tulips, pink gerbera, yellow daffodils, pink spray roses, purple button poms, and yellow solidago flowers. This floral combination is great to display in the kitchen where family and friends gather.

 

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Fall Flower Foliage

It’s October and our friends at the Society of American Florists know the best in fall flowers! Here is a great article coming from SAF’s blog, aboutflowersblog.com.

Fall is a Great Time for Fun, Foliage…and Flowers
by Brian Wheat

I’m blessed to live in an area of the country with four distinct seasons, where the trees and shrubs begin to notice the changing temperatures; their shadows grow longer, their leaves preparing for the inevitable change that’s lurking just around the corner. Across the country, fun-times abound with autumn festivals of pumpkins, hot apple cider and hayrides for many families’ weekend destination. A longstanding tradition of loading up the kids in the car and heading off to a farmer’s field to pick the perfect pumpkins and to make jack-o’-lanterns, connecting with Mother Nature and respecting her bounty. Fall is a time to be thankful, to reflect and show your appreciation by planting and by giving flowers.

Some wonderful traditional fall flowers to plant are the hardy garden mums with their palette of classic autumn hues of golds, yellows, bronze, purples and orange.

 

To read the full article and check out the other fall floral trends, click the link below!

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Fall Flower Trends

We are finally in the autumn season and our friends at the Society of American Florists have put together an article describing this year’s fall flower trends! We wanted to share this great article coming from SAF’s blog, aboutflowersblog.com.

Fall Flower Trends
by Leanne Kesler

The seasons are changing … the hot and dry days of summer are cooling. Mother Nature has her paintbrush at work adding vibrant color to the woodlands. Florists, too, are embracing the changing seasons. The traditional favorites, sunflowers, chrysanthemums, berries and late harvest garden roses are abundant. Add to this the new and fabulous floral treasures of thornless blackberries, textural celosia, autumn-hued orchids and exotic pincushion protea, and you have found the delights of the season. Colors for autumn 2015 are rich and lustrous. Fire hues of red, orange and yellow are updated with sophisticated touches of metallic copper, gold and silver.

Chrysanthemums bloom in fabulous autumn hues. Creative design pairs the traditional bloom with trendy metallics. These are certainly not your mother’s chrysanthemums.

To read the full article and check out the other fall floral trends, click the link below!

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Autumn Arrangements 2015

It is officially autumn and the new season brings new celebrations! Here are some great gift ideas for a loved one that you can get from your local florist!

Vase Arrangement
Hues of orange and red mixed with simple greens make a beautiful combination for any fall tablescape!

Basket Blooms
Whether it’s a birthday gift or just something for the desk at work, a beautiful mix in a basket brighten up a room and gets one ready for autumn!

Simple Card Messages
Writer’s block? No worries! Here are some message ideas to pair with your arrangement!

Have a very happy autumn!

A little gift to prepare you for the beautiful season!

Have a happy birthday and a great fall season!

Head to your local florist and get someone special a beautiful autumn floral gift today!

5 Reason To Send Flowers: March ’15

March marks the arrival of spring! This is the month in which flowers bloom, bringing color to our surroundings after the gloomy weather of winter. Here are 5 reasons to send flowers to loved ones this month!

1. Employee Appreciation Day – March 6th

On this day let your employees know how important they are. Maybe send a bouquet of mature blooms to your assistant, manager, secretary, or even to everyone in your business. All it takes is a single yellow flower! Yellow is a popular choice to show appreciation for a job well done.

2. International Women’s Day – March 8th

March 8th is the day to celebrate the success of women. Treat a lovely lady in your life to let them know how important they are. A single rose represents all that a woman is–delicate, strong, vibrant and beautiful. Let their beauty be mirrored with an astonishing bouquet of roses.

3. St. Patrick’s Day – March 17th

There is no better way to celebrate a holiday than by sending flowers. For St. Patrick’s Day send a beautiful mixture of green and white flowers–maybe even adding a touch of yellow. This will definitely make anyone smile, especially those friends of Irish descent!

4. Spring Day – March 20th

Flowers blossom in spring, bringing color after the cold winter. This is a new beginning for nature, as it comes alive once again. Today, send flowers to the most important person in your life as a sign of a new, happier and colorful beginning.

5. National Doctor’s Day – March 30th

When we get sick, our first phone call is our doctor. They keep us healthy and this is something we should definitely be grateful for. Doctors make us feel comfortable and within days we are ready to conquer the world! Today make some time to give back to these amazing people. There’s no better gift than flowers to express gratitude.

Flowers don’t need a reason to become gifts because they are accepted with a huge smile. Whether it’s a holiday or just because, surprise someone with a bouquet. Head to your local florist today!