Bagoy's Florist and Home

Bagoy's Florist and Home

Posted by bagoys on October 2, 2014 | Last Updated: July 9, 2019 Autumn First Friday

Fall First Friday

Fall First Friday

The first Friday of Fall is finally here! On October 3rd from 11am to 7pn head on into Bagoy’s to enjoy Fall First Friday. We are diving into the upcycle trend with some unique custom floral arrangements with beautiful vintage touches.

There will be handcrafted and upcycled jewelry from Personal Affair jewelry and home decor made from local artisans. Winter is on its way, so make sure to check out the one-of-a-kind handmade mittens we have for you. We also have Sari Designs and Beadiva which you definitely don’t want to miss. Of course, there will be yummy treats and door prizes too!

Fall 1st Friday.jpg92nd Anniversary Sale

Can you believe that Bagoy’s Florist & Home has been an Anchorage staple for 92 years? We can’t either! Thank you for supporting us and bringing a touch of Bagoy’s home with you. We would like to say Happy Anniversary with a 25% Storewide sale at both of our locations from October 3-12, 2014. Come on in, we would love to see you!

Here are a couple Fall arrangements that help to celebrate this beautiful Indian Summer we have had.

Sun Salutation    Fall Fantasy


Just a few ideas to celebrate the Anniversaries in your life:

Red Roses with LiliesTropical Treasures

A couple Fun Fall Facts to kick off one of my favorite times of year:

  1. What is an Indian Summer? A period of unusually dry, warm weather occurring in late autumn. I also like that it means a period of happiness or success occurring late in life. Anyone else having an Indian Summer time in their lives?
  2. The Arctic Tern journeys about 11,000 miles each way for its annual migration; that’s like going all the way across the United States about three and a half times!
  3. Should I rake up all the Fall Leaves before the snow hits? Rake the lawn after you mow it one lats time so that the wet leaves don’t promote fungal diseases over the winter. In your flower or vegetable beds though, the leaves provide a natural mulch that helps to insulates the flower or vegetable bed. This protects against the repeated freezing and thawing that leads to frost heaving.