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 »
Bagoy's Florist & Home is moved to be a part of some of the most momentous occasions in our customer's lives. Flowers are an emotional business, and there's nothing like them to commemorate, celebrate and remember. Where flowers are present, a meaningful, memorable occasion is happening. As florists, we're more aware of that than most. Read More about The Most Powerful Gift Of All »
There are some traditions we can count on lasting forever, and Bagoy's Florist & Home believes that the floral kind belong in this category. Giving flowers to commemorate a success, welcome people into a new home, or to honor the arrival of a new baby are all examples of the kind of gestures we mean. Read More about Floral Traditions You’ll Want To Pass Down »
Bagoy's Florist & Home really can't overstate the significance of bees. 1/3 of the food we consume is dependent on pollination, a process that relies mostly on bees. Of the top 100 foods we consume, bees pollinate 70. We're talking everything from avocados and apples to coffee and carrots. This is why maintaining bee colonies, contained in hives or "hotels," is crucial. Just as beneficial? Keeping a bee-friendly garden. Read More about Sunflowers: Popular With Us, Popular With Bees »
So you've brought home a beautiful design from Bagoy's Florist & Home or received one. What now?
It may seem like a simple decision---where to put those flowers---but it's also easy to get stymied about where your flowers will be shown off and enjoyed to best advantage. There are certain florals and greens that do well in certain spaces in your home and others that can live anywhere. A few rules apply: nothing too fragrant on the dining table, for example. Something Zen-like and humidity-hardy in the bathroom, for another. Today we take one of our summer designs and tell you exactly where you can give it a home in yours. Read More about Where To Put Those Flowers? We’ll Tell You »
Bagoy's Florist & Home spends the 4th of July like many of you do---relaxing and enjoying the long summer day. We love to be outside camping or at the lake, firing up the grill later for some good old American BBQ. We too look forward to the fireworks show and the chance to commune with family and friends, whether we're in a backyard, on a boat or gathering around the table. If you've been invited to spend Independence Day at someone else's home this year, bring a proper hostess gift along with that six pack and extra hot dog buns. Read More about How Will You Spend The 4th of July? »
What will you bring to the table this summer? A citrusy ceviche? A platter of wild-caught salmon? Entertaining in the summertime has its own special feel, and there's a real invitation to create bright, fresh meals that make use of the season's flavors and colors. Bagoy's Florist & Home is here to help you pair your culinary creations with a floral centerpiece that is just as enchanting. Leave some space in the middle of your table for a striking design that enhances the dining experience and gives your guests something to talk about. Read More about Summer In A Centerpiece »
Is there any transition more glorious than the one from spring to summer? We here at Bagoy's Florist & Home think not.
It's our pleasure to entice you with an early look at summer's floral bounty, featuring many of the flowers we fall in love with in spring. For sure, the two seasons share a lot of flowers in common (think hydrangea, iris and tulips), but in summer, we tend to see more assertive, richly-colored blossoms. There are those hammy showstoppers, sunflowers, and then there are those flowers that seem overdressed for the occasion (we're looking at you, zinnias). We have towering snapdragons, delicate garden roses and pretty petunias. Summer's a showcase for gorgeous flowers. In honor of our trees starting to show green here in Anchorage, we're giving you a glimpse of what's to come. Read More about Summer’s Coming, Go Outside! »
As they bloom from spring until early autumn, hydrangea are a perfect summer flower. As refreshing as a glass of lemonade on a warm day, the beautiful hydrangea blossoms are elegant, delicate, colorful and all-around gorgeous. Hydrangea are popular for bridal bouquets, birthday arrangements, and every occasion throughout the year - whether as an accompaniment to another flower, or on their own, their soft palettes and petals are truly ethereal. If you would like to fill your home with summer hydrangea, stop by to see us at Bagoy's Florist & Home.
Did You Know? The 75 species of hydrangea grow virtually everywhere across the globe, from Asia to America. No wonder they are one of the world's most cherished flowers. Read More about Summer Hydrangea Designs »
We love Alaska in summer - the gorgeous colors, the fields of flowers, and the vibrant sunshine all beckon us out to the most beautiful days of the year. If you want to add even more interest, color, and beauty to your personal home and property, how about a butterfly garden? You can start with the floral professionals at Bagoy's Florist & Home.
Butterflies are found throughout Alaska, from sea level to towering mountaintops. Some butterflies visit our state this time of the year, while others are native. The nectar of flowers is food for butterflies, and providing an abundance of these will ensure that your butterfly garden is the most popular spot in the neighborhood. Butterflies can get sustenance from most flowers, but each species has its preferred blooms, which are generally plants native to the region. Read More about Flowers for a Front Porch Butterfly Garden »