If you have a fresh wedding bouquet or flowers from another special event, it can be difficult to say "goodbye" to them, but with flower preservation, you don't have to! Our florists at Blossom Flower Shops in Yonkers and White Plains want to remind you that by drying your flowers, you can enjoy their beauty and be reminded of your happiest memories for years to come. Take a look at this guide to drying and displaying special flowers as decorative keepsakes in your home.
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The beauty of evergreen plants is never more evident than during the winter holiday season. The holly plant, the official December birth “flower,” is a great example of the evergreen foliage we’re so fond of during this time of year. From excellent home decorations to long-standing traditions and symbolism, there’s much to be appreciated in the holly plant. The floral experts at Blossom Flower Shops love including holly in many of our holiday plants and floral designs. Besides the great color and shape, holly brings along plenty of rich symbolism with it, no matter what culture it represents. See why we love holly so much in the descriptions we offer here. Read More about Include the Great Tradition of Holly in Your Holiday Decor »
Everyone has a favorite flower. Some love fragrant flowers, others beautiful ones. Some love rare varieties while others prefer surrounding themselves with flowers that create a particular mood. No matter what type of flower you choose as your favorite, there’s clear research that shows how important it is to bring flowers into our lives. They lift our spirits and encourage positivity. Plus, the flowers you choose to send or display in your own home say a lot about your personality. The designers at Blossom Flower Shops want to share our favorite flowers with you and describe what they often mean. Read More about Floral Experts Favorite Flowers »
Posted by Kevin Kegan on November 15, 2019
| Last Updated: November 20, 2019
It is estimated that we spend between 25% and 35% of love's waking hours working. With such a large portion of our existence involving the workplace, it is easy to see why a great boss can make such a huge difference. In 1958, Chicago State Farm Insurance employee Patricia Bays Haroski was so inspired by her boss that she petitioned the government to set aside October 16 (her dad's birthday) as a day to recognize supervisors and employers who were doing a great job; in 1962, Illinois governor Otto Kerner made it official.
At Blossom Flower Shops, we help you are year round in recognizing amazing people from Yonkers to White Plains. On National Boss's Day, we are here to help you to thank those leaders who make work a great place to be. Read More about Boss’s Day Plants & Gifts »
Posted by Kevin Kegan on September 21, 2017
| Last Updated: October 20, 2017