If you've done any decorating this month, it was probably of the pumpkins-and-cobwebs variety, tricking out your house and yard in spooky style. But while skeletons dangling from the trees are certainly in order this month, that's probably not the look you envisioned for you dining room table. No one wants to eat dinner under the watchful eyes of a glowing witch or a vase full of eyeballs.
Luckily, Bagoy's Florist & Home has picked out just the thing for your Halloween holiday table. Read More about Halloween Flowers That Are Bootiful »
Tuesday, October 16 is designated National Bosses Day, so if you’ve got a good one, it’s time to leave a little something special on their desk. Naturally, Bagoy’s Florist & Home has something special in mind, a floral piece that is uniquely suited to just this sort of gifting. What kind of gift makes sense for this day? Something that will fit right into the workplace landscape, giving it a little life and color. Something that conveys your esteem without going overboard. Something that anyone would appreciate, since you can’t be sure of your boss’s personal taste. Read More about A Bright, Thoughtful Gift For Bosses Day »
September 15 to October 15 marks National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time reserved for honoring the achievements and contributions of Hispanic Americans and their families. This is a great time to embrace Latino culture, since many Latin American countries just celebrated the anniversary of their independence in September, including Mexico, where one of Bagoy's Florist & Home's most beloved employees, Maria, was born. This month, we celebrate Mexico's enduring legacy, and Maria's, too. As the member of our team who has been with us the longest, she's certainly set the bar high and established a legacy in her own right. Read More about Festive Flowers To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month »
Bagoy's Florist and Home is always excited to try out new entertaining ideas, and when those involve flowers, all the better! So we're happy to bring you a fun new twist on what to serve up on your fall entertaining table, especially when it showcases edible flowers. You may have known it's possible to consume certain flowers (organically-grown only, of course!), but chefs, foodies and mixologists have been having a field day (pardon the pun) with them, working edible blooms into salads, entrees and cocktails to beautiful effect. Read More about A Moveable Feast Of Flowers »
Posted by Chanda Mines on September 19, 2018
Is there anything better than the bright, rich jewel tones of fall? We here at Bagoy's Florist & Home think not. Nothing against those harvest hues, but the gemstone palette, with its deep, vivid colors, gives our personal spaces a vibrant feel. Flowers the color of ruby and amethyst look especially fetching, bringing us right to the table to get a closer look. There's plenty of time to welcome the golds and oranges of autumn; for now, saturate your space with something a little more on the bright side. Read More about Bejewel Your Space With Rich Fall Flowers »
What's the best way to keep your sanity as we head into those darker, shorter days? Flowers and plants!
Bagoy's Florist & Home sees a lot of value in enjoying the rain and the yellow leaves falling as we sail into fall; the transition to the colder, darker season can be a lovely time (and an excuse to cuddle up with family in the house!). But we also know the enormous value of having flowers in the home year round, which is why we offer daily flower specials throughout the year, making it easy and affordable for you to do just that. Read More about Pretty Plants & Flowers To Kick Off September »
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 »
Who says you can't wear white after Labor Day? Not us here at Bagoy's Florist & Home, and that goes for white flowers too. In fact, there's nothing more refreshing, more brightening and more cool than enjoying this color (and its palette) during the dog days of summer. Whether you're slipping on your favorite white jeans or investing in creamy-colored decor, this shade is like a breath of fresh air for the mind, body and soul. Read More about Labor Day Idea: Crisp, White Casablanca Lilies! »
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 »
Posted by bagoys on August 12, 2018
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