Welcome to Phoenix Flowers Shops’ Holiday Gift and Flower Guides page! Here at the Phoenix area’s best flower shop, we love this time of year! The glittering lights, delectable aromas, and general feeling of fellowship are what make this season so special. We believe you can never start decorating too soon, so to help you get ready for the holidays, we put all of our best holiday blogs right here. Dive in and discover creative decorating ideas, stunning winter florals, and unique gift ideas. From the Phoenix Flowers family to yours, Have a Very Merry Holiday!
From our family at Phoenix Flower Shops to all of our wonderful friends and customers, thank you for another terrific year! We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year!
As the season turns from fall to winter, Poinsettias take the place of chrysanthemums, and the warm, orange colors of fall transform into the traditional Christmas colors of red, white, and green.
Winter in Phoenix means a break from the intense heat of the summer, but also cold nights and shorter days. Gardening is probably one of the furthest thoughts from your mind, but there are lots of plants that thrive in Arizona’s winters, both indoors and out!
Christmas is days away – that’s great news for many of us, but it also means that those who put off their Christmas shopping until the last minute are beginning to panic.
National Poinsettia Day is Wednesday, December 12 and Phoenix Flowers Shops are here to help you celebrate the iconic red holiday plant that has become an unmistakable symbol of the season.
t’s beginning to a lot like Christmas here at Phoenix Flower Shops. We’re working hard to prepare for the holiday rush, but we’re never too busy to help you pick out the perfect gift for someone special on your list.
Did you know that the poinsettia has a special day all its own? The US Congress set aside December 12th as National Poinsettia Day. It is in honor of Joel Roberts Poinsett, who died on December 12, 1851.
From shopping and decorating to making travel plans and remembering loved ones no longer with us, it isn’t hard for even the jolliest elf to get a touch of the holiday blues.
Every year it seems as though the holiday shopping season starts earlier than the last. With the elections this time around to take up some of the attention – and more importantly, the good TV commercial spots, it was practically the middle of November until the full-fledged barrage of ‘all-things-holidays’ really got a foothold.
Online shopping has forever changed the way we buy Christmas presents. It’s no longer necessary to fight for a parking spot at the mall or spend countless hours standing in crowded checkout lines.
If you’re planning a holiday wedding this year, consider these flower choices in all white or accented with red, burgundy or deep Christmas greenery.
We’ve all been there, that exciting moment just before opening the gift you’ve been dreaming about from your spouse, significant other, or good friend. Did they remember all the ideas you gave them?
The romance and intrigue of a winter wedding are timeless, and the cool backdrop of the winter season offers some spectacular options for flowers and bouquets.