Autumn has arrived! That first cool evening that you begin to feel a crisper breeze and need to take out a thicker blanket is always a welcome sign that Fall…
“Mary Mary quite contrary. How does your garden grow?” If you’re a self-proclaimed black thumb, there’s no need to get discouraged! Flower care for fresh cut flowers is much simpler than growing them yourself, and with these 3 steps to a longer vase life, you’ll be enjoying your fresh cut blooms longer than ever. Let’s get started!
Each month, we travel to our farm partners and use our discovery process to pick the freshest, most unique flower varieties to BloomsyBox subscribers. This month, we went to Ecuador to explore the beauty of tropical flowers up close and personal. After conducting vase life tests, it was a no-brainer that we send our flower family this stunning bouquet!
Superstitions are deeply rooted in history and widely believed (logically or not) today. And while most superstitions like Friday the 13th, a black cat crossing your path, or opening an umbrella indoors are well known, there are several more that fly under the “freaky” radar.
When you think farm to table, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t flowers. But we’re here to change your thought process by sharing an inside view of our process. We pride ourselves in doing things differently here at BloomsyBox. And the first step of bringing beautiful blooms to your doorstep starts at the source with our flower farm partners.
The hydrangea is the gift that keeps on giving, because each flower contains clusters of tiny blooms. One hydrangea flower is like a bouquet in and of itself. Here is a bit of meaning behind this popular flower and four simple ways to keep them #BloomingHappy longer!
Easy to grow, bursting with color, and suitable for every occasion, lilies are a wonderful flower to welcome spring. Although you’ve probably encountered this popular bloom at some point in your life, what you might not know is that the history of the lily is thousands of years old.
While our flowers, by nature, tend to last longer, there are still a few tips and tricks that you can use to extend their life even further. Here are our favorite three!