10 Reasons to Send Flowers No Matter What Day It Is

It’s a beautiful day. The sun is shining, and you decide to take a stroll. You pass by your local florist and think, “Man! Those are some beautiful flowers. Too bad there’s not really a reason for me to buy some…”

Think again! Flowers aren’t just for special occasions! Here are our top 10 reasons you should send flowers, no matter what day it is.

  1. The flowers look pretty and match your kitchen decor. 
  2. Your neighbor is a single parent, and you know flowers would help brighten their day. 
  3. A woman in your local long-term care facility has no family close by, but she loves a good visit. Flowers will help her remember someone cares. 
  4. You want to let your wife know how proud you are of her. 
  5. You husband needs a plant for his office. 
  6. Because you know he secretly loves flowers. 
  7. Your spouse cooked a nice dinner and you want to add a special touch to the table. 
  8. You made a mistake and want to say you’re sorry. 
  9. You want to cheer yourself up on a Monday. 
  10. You want to say hello to your sibling who lives out of state. 

Head out to your local florist, Bud and Bloom and get your hands on some gorgeous blooms today!

(LOCAL) 317-831-3333 OR (TOLL-FREE) 1-877-767-3463


Originally posted on March 31, 2017 by  Flowershopnetwork.com/blog.

10 Weird Facts About Alstroemeria

We see alstroemeria in flower arrangements all the time. Their beautiful striped petals have a special way of lighting up a room! There are some weird facts about this flower that make it extremely unique. Keep reading to find out, you might be surprised at what you learn!

1. Alstroemeria is commonly called the Peruvian Lily,  Lily of the Incas or the Parrot Lily.

2. Not all Alstroemeria have striped petals.

3. Alstroemeria is a symbol of wealth, prosperity and good fortune!

4. Alstroemeria stops producing flowers if they get too hot.

5. Alstroemeria flowers have no fragrance. (Great flower if you have any pollen allergies!)

6. There are about 50 species of alstroemeria.

7. The flower is named after the Swedish botanist Baron Klas Van Alstroemer who collected the seeds on a trip to Spain in 1783.

8. Alstroemeria is known as the friendship flower.

9. Alstroemeria has a vase life of two weeks if properly cared for!

10. Peru, Brazil and Chile were the first growers of this flower.

Have alstromeria on the mind now? Call or stop by your local florist, Bud & Bloom to order an arrangement with this beautiful flower for your home today!

(LOCAL) 317-831-3333 OR (TOLL-FREE) 1-877-767-3463


Originally posted on September 26, 2016 by   on Flowershopnetwork.com/blog.