Holiday Wreaths Worth Pining Over

Now that Thanksgiving and Black Friday have passed, holiday parties are heading into full swing! While we love a good party, sometimes figuring out the perfect décor to set a festive mood can be tricky. Luckily, our newest seasonal designs and preserved items are a great option to send as a gift of holiday cheer… Read more »

From the Calyx Family to Yours – III

Dear Calyx Flowers’ Customers, Next in our series explaining recent changes we’ve made to improve your shopping experience, we are very excited to tell you about new products being introduced this holiday season. As new owners, we’ve spent time reading your comments and reviewing what you liked and disliked. It was listening to you that confirmed… Read more »

From the Calyx Family to Yours – II

Dear Calyx Customers, With our announcement last week that Calyx Flowers is now family owned, we also mentioned a number of changes we’ve implemented to improve your shopping experience with us. Over the next several weeks, we will elaborate a bit further on each change made. In the first of this series, we want to… Read more »

From the Calyx Family to Yours

Greetings Calyx Customers, Calyx Flowers is now family owned. As the new owners of Calyx Flowers, Kathryn and I are delighted to present some exciting changes to improve your shopping experience. We have spent time listening to YOU and incorporating your ideas into these changes which include: 1. Cutting in half the overnight shipping fee charged… Read more »

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 »

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 »

Orchid Myths, Debunked

With our previous blog post, we gave some suggestions for plants to keep in the office when the beautiful summer days are behind us. Plants such as bonsai and other greenery are great options, but another striking option is the beautiful orchid plant. While there is the myth that orchids are notoriously difficult to care for, they are… Read more »

Green Thumbs at the Office: Desktop Gardening

As summertime draws to a close and we head back inside, bring the outdoors with you with a desktop or office garden. Nothing perks up a space like a little greenery or plant life, and a range of indoor plants can be easily integrated into the workplace; from simple succulents to beautiful orchids, or even a citrus… Read more »

Waxing Poetic on Wax Flowers

The wax flower hits all the marks this year for upcoming weddings and events. Wax flowers have a romantically rustic feel and give off a pleasant, lemony-scented aroma, making them a perfect addition to a table centerpiece arrangement or floral crown. And as the wax flower holds deep symbolism, representing riches and long-lasting love with its hardy blooms,… Read more »

Sunflowers: Chasing the Sun

A quintessential summer flower, sunflowers are a common sight on bright sunny days which may be telling by their name. However, new research shows perhaps why the sunflower, or Helianthus annuus, received such a fitting moniker. Researchers recently found that young sunflowers naturally change behavior based on circadian rhythms called sun-tracking, also known as heliotropism. Sun… Read more »