Bring the feeling of fall to your next Sunday brunch or afternoon tea with a gorgeous arrangement of fall flowers. Add a taste of fall to your menu with a drink recipe that includes edible flowers. Zeidler’s Flowers has some excellent pairings of centerpieces and recipes to offer that will delight your guests. Read More about Fall Brunch Idea: Edible Flowers!
When it’s time to honor the memory of a lost loved one, a perfect way to do so is with a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Send an elegant arrangement that speaks of love, honor and respect to a friend or family member who is grieving a loss. The gesture alone will bring comfort and the flowers will be a reminder of how much you care about them. The floral designers at Zeidler’s Flowers have created some stunning bouquets that are warm and encouraging in a difficult time. Read More about Flowers Full Of Grace And Meaning
Grandparents Day began in West Virginia in the 1970s as an opportunity for families to gather together. Its purpose was to give grandchildren a special day to honor their grandparents, to teach them the importance of learning from an older generation, and to allow grandparents a day to shower love on their children’s children. Since the beginning, this day has opened opportunities for children and grandparents to connect. Zeidler’s Flowers encourages you to continue the tradition this September, when Grandparents Day is observed on the first Sunday after Labor Day. Read More about Floral Traditions We Love To Inherit
As summer comes to a close and fall approaches, consider hanging on to some of your bright whites for a little longer. While tradition held to the notion of packing away our summer whites for the season, modern trends encourage us to keep using white in our homes and wardrobes long after the first snowfall. Try incorporating white items into your favorite room for a fresh look as we enter these cooler months. The designers at Zeidler’s Flowers have created some amazing all-white arrangements to compliment your stylish new look. Read More about A Snowy White Floral Design For Summer Too
Having a natural garden in your own backyard is all about including organic elements that help your garden’s ecosystem thrive. Excluding harmful pesticides and other chemicals and adding flowers and produce that attract helpful pollinating insects like bees is a great way to create a healthy outdoor environment for everyone to enjoy. Farm-fresh flowers and produce can be as close as your own yard when you use environmentally-responsible growing methods. For example, did you know that dill and onions are natural pest repellants? Plant a few among your garden to ward off unwanted visitors. On the other hand, bees and butterflies play an important role in pollinating many of our food sources. Zeidler’s Flowers encourages you to help bees recover their dwindling numbers by adding bee-friendly flowers to your garden-scape. Read More about A Garden In Your House And Your Backyard
Zeidler's Flowers knows that one of life's greatest pleasures is receiving flowers, whether you bought them for yourself or received them from somebody else. There's just nothing quite like turning your design to admire it from every angle, burying your nose in its fragrance, enjoying every last detail of each and every flower. Our talented designers love showing off their artistry and love when it has an impact. But once you've fallen in love with your new flowers, where do they go?
It's not an earth-shattering dilemma, but still, it must be acknowledged: It can be truly difficult to decide on one spot for your gorgeous floral arrangement. Read More about Placing Flowers In The Home
Zeidler's Flowers is taking a minute to give you yet another thing to put on your bucket list: visiting a floral attraction.
Yes, these exist, from elaborate flower shows to quirky flower festivals, stunning botanical gardens or big-deal blooming events across mountains and deserts. In the spring and summer, the whole of the U.S. experiences peak blooming for many of their signature flowers and plants. It makes sense that towns, cities and regions would want to celebrate their most beautiful assets in the form of flower events that showcase them. To wit: our own SWIMGA offers a bi-annual tour of about ten gardens. It's a great way to explore our community's flora and fauna, as well as an excuse to immerse yourself in the local culture of others. And that's something we've made easy for you in our list below. Read More about Top Floral Attractions In Our Neck Of The Woods
Listen up, kids: there's a whole world of music out there inspired entirely by flowers. Don't believe us? Consider these titles: The Rolling Stones Dead Flowers. The Talking Heads Nothing But Flowers. Edith Piaf La Vie En Rose. Bon Jovi Bed of Roses. Zeidler's Flowers could go on, and we will, below, in the form of a playlist, which we think you should cue up on the sound dock and listen to all summer long. Musicians have long been inspired by the floral world, taking a note from flowers, plants and herbs. The creative exchange has led to some really great songs, and these are some of our favorites. Read More about Our Top Five Favorite Floral Songs
The Zeidler's Flowers team is dedicated to bringing you the best quality flowers, but our investment in them doesn't stop when they leave our hands. We want you to know exactly how to preserve and maintain your beautiful blooms so that they live their longest, fullest life in your hands. So without further ado, a few tips and tricks culled from our substantial experience working with flowers. Read More about Flower Care Info Straight From Our Experts
When summer rolls around, we all get bitten by the travel bug. Maybe we've planned a trek across the country to take in all of our natural wonders, or maybe we're finally going on that major trip abroad we've been fantasizing about for years. But even if we're staying put in our own homes, enjoying the experience of doing nothing at all, Zeidler's Flowers wants you to know, it's possible to invoke the feeling of having traveled in your space without packing a single bag. The answer? Flowers, of course. Read More about A Moment In An English Garden