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Bright, Bold Summertime Flowers

By bagoys on May 31, 2019 in Flower Power, Flowers, Summer. 0 Comments

FM4-Bold—Sunny-Summer—Blog Summertime is finally here and life has never looked brighter! With longer days, warm weather and big, bold colors everywhere you look, it’s time to celebrate everything that is summer. When you do, make sure you decorate your fun get-togethers, festive barbecues, and other summer events with some of the season's best and brightest flowers. The floral experts at Bagoy’s Florist & Home can help you choose bright, bold summertime flowers. Add something special to your decor and festivities with our summer showcase. Read More about Bright, Bold Summertime Flowers

Celebrate International Women’s Day With Flowers

By bagoys on March 3, 2019 in Flower Power, Flowers, Gifts. 0 Comments

Womens Day Elegant This month the designers at Bagoy's Florist are eager to celebrate International Women’s Day with flowers on March 8. This is a day recognized across the globe when women everywhere celebrate strides, efforts and achievements in the fight for gender parity and equality. What women do you know who will be encouraged by your positive show of support? Female teachers, mentors and leaders who support and influence others are to be commended. This year's campaign theme is balance for better. Encourage the women you know who aim for a balanced, better world on a daily basis to continue their strong work with a beautiful bouquet of purple flowers, the movement's signature color.  Read More about Celebrate International Women’s Day With Flowers

Fighting SAD with Beautiful Flowers

By Chanda Mines on December 31, 2016 in Flower Power, Flowers. 0 Comments

For those of us living in the Anchorage area, winter means noticeably shorter days and longer, colder nights. For many people, this can mean an onset of seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD is a type of depression which recurs seasonally, with its most severe symptoms occurring in the depth of winter. The disruption of circadian rhythms, as well as a drop in serotonin and melatonin levels, can lead to difficulty sleeping (or oversleeping), anxiety, fatigue, Irritability, social withdrawal, hopelessness, and feelings of guilt or worthlessness.  The disorder may be a fact of life for many people in Alaska, but there are ways to combat the syndrome. At Bagoy's Flowers & Home, we believe in the power of flowers to combat sadness, and we have science on our side.  Read More about Fighting SAD with Beautiful Flowers