If you're looking for a way to start the New Year off with a bang, make a resolution that you can easily achieve. We're often inclined to set intentions that involve our health or well-being, and while that's admirable, it's better still, or so we think here at Conklyn's Flowers, to set an intention for how we will express our love and devotion to someone else. And that can easily be achieved through flowers. Read More about How To Gift Them With Flowers All Year
At Conklyn's Flowers, we're well aware of the many benefits of flowers on the mind and body. Study after study shows that flowers have all kinds of beneficial impacts. Along with being aesthetically pleasing, they also have the power to make us feel genuinely better: According to a 2008 American Society of Horticultural Science report, patients who have flowers or potted plants in their hospital room use less pain medication and have lower blood pressure overall compared to their flower-less counterparts. Read More about Colorful Flowers For A Healthy Mind And Body
When it comes to decorating your house for the winter season with florals and greens, there are many options. You'll see dozens of holiday arrangements - we at Conklyn's Flowers have them in spades - as well as roses by the dozen (never out of style), blooming plants and wreaths. The palette seems to be clear: red and green. There's an emphasis on rustic texture, and the use of other organic elements in designs (think pine cones and red berries). Flower designs also enjoy a moment of luxury; we embrace lavish displays and abundance in all forms. Read More about The Season’s Prettiest Blooms
There's nothing like International Floral Distributors' annual trend forecast for flowers to give us just the design inspo we need. Here at Conklyn's Flowers, we love knowing what lies ahead in 2018 when it comes to floral work. The colors, textures and shapes that everyone will be talking about next year give us plenty to think about now.
Of the four trends identified by IFD, it's the Positively Posh style that we're discussing in this week's blog. Read More about 2018’s Posh Victorian Blooms
We're decking the halls with boughs of holly and it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas over here at Conklyn's Flowers. To prove it, we're excited to unveil our Holiday Gift Guide, a collection of seasonal flowers and plants inspired by the holidays.
Winter's vivid blooms and greens are so much fun to work with, not to mention the other natural accents available to us this time of year. Holiday flowers are all about color and texture, pairing items together to evoke a snowy walk in the woods as well as the pleasures of being inside by the fire, with presents all around. Read More about Floral Highlights From Our Holiday Gift Guide
Secret Santa - and its many variations - is a group gift swap practiced throughout the West. It goes by many names depending on where you are, but the premise is always the same: gifters and giftees are randomly assigned, and the person giving the gift must conceal their identity from the one who receives it. Until the big reveal, that is.
At Conklyn's Flowers, we're fans of every gift-giving scenario, and we've got just the thing for this one. Read More about Stellar Secret Santa Flowers
We often associate certain flowers with certain times of the year. Red roses, for example, are an iconic symbol of Valentine’s Day, and spring never really arrives until the tulips start popping up. Poinsettias usher in the holiday season while… Read More about Chrysanthemums: The Ultimate Fall Flower
Since 1985, the month of October has been designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a goal of promoting mammography as the most effective weapon in the battle against breast cancer. Each year during October, a variety of events… Read More about October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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