Who says you can't give dad flowers? Certainly not Conklyn's.
Father's Day is June 17, so cue the search for the perfect gift. The struggle is real with this one, as so often our dads are mum on the topic of what they want, demurring instead to a vague "I don't need anything." This year, we suggest you take them at their word, and in that case, get them something nobody needs but that is always deeply appreciated for its beauty and freshness. Here's how you can give your dad flowers this year. Read More about Yes, Dads Deserve Flowers Too
June 8 brings us National Best Friend's Day, and if you didn't know that was a thing, rejoice, because it is.
Conklyn's Florist is of course prepared to help you celebrate your friendship through flowers, but we are ready to go one better than that even. We're here to help you send your bestie flowers that are imbued with symbolism, speaking directly to the quality and depth of your friendship and looking gorgeous while doing it. Read More about Flowers For Your Best Friend
Harvest Sun by Conklyn’s Florist Every season brings with it a new “hot” color pallet that dictates everything from high fashion to floral designs. Certain decades are even defined by the colors that were popular during that particular… Read More about Bringing Back Brown
The birth flower for the month of September is the beautiful Aster flower. These blooms come with bright yellow centers and petals that can be a variety of different colors, including pink, lavender and white. The history and meaning… Read More about Fun Facts: Aster
Nontraditional Weddings can be very stunning – By Hannah Brockway Every bride and groom wants to have a unique and memorable wedding. With so many ideas out there, it can make it hard to choose, especially if you desperately… Read More about Stunning Nontraditional Weddings
The first Memorial Day observance was held in 1868 at Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Patriot Spirit Wreath An organization of Union veterans — the Grand Army of… Read More about Memorial Day in Arlington Cemetery
The National Secretaries Association was formed during World War 2 to support the efforts of secretaries and other administrative personnel and to support their personal development. Their goal was to help attract people to administrative careers in the field. The… Read More about Administrative Professionals’ week
First Floor National Museum of Natural History – Now through April 24, 2015 The fantastic orchid exhibit in the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History showcase interpretations of orchids as a part of Chinese history, legends, literature, and… Read More about Orchids – A View from the East