Halloween Flowers That Are All Treats

The spookiest season is officially upon us — it is nearly Halloween! In celebration of all things ‘spirited’, we have put together a list of our favorite flowers that celebrate a ghoulish good time. While many consider Halloween a children’s holiday with costumed kids gathering piles of candy from trick-or-treating, Halloween also celebrates the natural… Read more »

October Traditions – National Fair Trade Month and Sweetest Day

Fall is quickly flying by and we are nearly halfway through October, a month known for all things sweet whether it be trick-or-treating or warm, spiced baked goods on chilly days. What’s even sweeter about October, however, are a few lesser-known traditions and holidays that come about this month. Celebrated this year on October 15th… Read more »

Fall Favorites

From cozying up with a cup of freshly pressed cider to enjoying the great outdoors on a hayride, fall is wonderful time of year as we ring in sweater weather, pumpkin spice anything, and warm colors. In addition to the wonderful changes in color and weather, fall also provides us with new textures and seasonal… Read more »

Fall in Love with Fall Colors

Fall has arrived and so have a great number of annual autumn traditions from apple picking to New York Fashion Week, where new trends and designs are showcased. In addition to trends and designs, fall ushers in a new palette of colors alongside cooler weather and crisp, vibrant leaves. We were excited to learn about… Read more »

Farmer’s Market Bouquets: A New Take on Farm to Table

Anybody who has eaten out in the last few years will have noticed the popularity of the farm to table movement, which uses produce from local farmers and farmer’s markets. Farmer’s markets place emphasis on thinking about who grows our produce and plants, and has also become a popular weekend activity all over the country… Read more »

Who says you can’t have a Key Lime in Winter?

It may be snowing in the Northeast but today it’s 70°F in Key West, Florida which is right where we drew our inspiration for the delicious Key Lime Bouquet. There’s no shutting down this fresh bouquet’s vivid color scheme. Perfect for birthday gift-giving, the blossoming bouquet is as sweet as key lime pie. If you… Read more »


August is the month of the Sunflower – beautiful sunshine and sunny skies! We’re proud to offer several bouquets featuring the late summer flower such as Tuscan Sunflower Bouquet. Did you know? These native American flowers were originally grown more for their usefulness than their beauty, as the oil from sunflower seeds is used for food,… Read more »

Getting Ready for the Holiday Photo Shoot!

The time has come upon us! Here at Calyx, we’re getting ready to shoot our Holiday catalog for you – in July! While awfully confusing for those involved, the process is great fun and we can’t wait to share our new products with you. We’re very busy bees buzzing around gathering vases, ordering flowers, and… Read more »

Happy Summer! What we love…

Well, Flower Lovers, it’s officially Summer! Here in Vermont, it seemed like a long road to get to the season of beach days and cookouts but it’s finally here. We have the windows open and the sweet smells of the gardens wafting into our office – something in the air definitely changed and it is… Read more »

Beautiful Flowers!

Hi Flower Lovers! We wrapped up our Fall 2013 photo shoot and after the last shot was taken, we had some fun putting together beautiful arrangements to share with you, our blog followers. Here at Calyx, we love flowers and any excuse to play with them is a real treat. The bouquet shown above is… Read more »

Top 10 Bouquets for Mom

Picking out the perfect bouquet for the woman who brought you into the world can be daunting – so let us help!  Below are the 10 top bouquets for Mom that she’s guaranteed to love. Check them out at CalyxFlowers.com Calyx Anniversary Bouquet Mother’s Day Favorites Bouquet Springtime Tulips Hatbox Bouquet Grand Garden Bouquet Bal… Read more »

Happy May Day!

Although you might not stroll down the street wishing passerby’s a happy May Day, today is indeed a very interesting holiday! Beginning in pre-Christian eras, May 1st was acknowledged as the first day of Summer while Feburary 1st was the first day of Spring. In pagan tradition, the day was spent doing a dance around the May pole and crowning a ‘Queen of… Read more »