March 28th, 2011 by Lindsey
Coming up with a floral theme for a wedding can be a difficult task for a bride and groom. Every couple must decide on a concept or theme for their wedding, and ensure that their flower choices are consistent. With hundreds of flowers and color choic
es, the decision can be a far from easy. That’s where the help of a local New York wedding florist or floral designer comes in handy; choosing wedding flowers can be much easier with experienced professionals to help you choose the most beautiful and appropriate flowers for your event.
Wedding Season is Here! New York Wedding Florist Trends
As the spring/summer wedding season approaches, couples have a larger selection of flowers to choose from – almost all flowers are in season and easily procurable during this time of year!
Wedding florists in New York get many requests for peonies.
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March 22nd, 2011 by Lindsey
Plants in the office and home are a beneficial addition because they can enhance and add color to the space as well as improve the air quality by filtering toxins. However, with having plants comes responsibility of upkeep. Regular NYC plant maintena
nce involves fertilizing, pruning, and disease control. By maintaining your plants, you can ensure the continued and extensive life of your plants.
Important Factors for Proper Plant Maintenance in NYC Offices
New York City offices are all different with regards to lighting, air quality, heating, and air conditioning. You must keep these NYC plant maintenance factors in mind when choosing a plant for your space:
Use bamboo plants in your NYC office for minimal plant maintenance
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March 18th, 2011 by Ashley
We’ve got some new writers at the Big Apple Florist Blog! Together they’ll be our new blogging team. Without further ado, let’s introduce Lindsey and Sarah:
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Lindsey, a new addition to the team, can help you with all your floral needs. She knows all the ins and outs of flower arrangements and plants, so if you’re curious how to choose the perfect gift for that special someone, she’s got the answers!
Lindsey’s favorite flower is the calla lily, preferably yellow, but she would have to say that they are beautiful in all colors. In addition to being new to Big Apple Florist, she is new to New York – originally from Georgia. Lindsey’s ready to talk flowers!
Sarah just joined us here at Big Apple Florist, and she can’t wait to share everything you ever wanted to know (and didn’t know you wanted to know!) about flowers, plant care, and anything related. Trivia? Yes. Pop culture? Sometimes. New York romance stories involving bouquets? Definitely. Ancient history facts about plants, flowers, ceremonies, and special events that despite being old are still somehow fascinating? Absolutely!
Sarah’s favorite flower is the hydrangea, especially if she can find a really big, bright pink one. She also loves peach-colored roses on Valentine’s Day and Central Park in the summertime. Originally from California, Sarah’s very excited to be working with the Big Apple’s most gorgeous florist shop!
March 16th, 2011 by Ashley
Did you know that many common indoor plants can actually absorb certain pollutants and actively clean the air inside your office building? Air purifying plants and regular Manhattan plant maintenance in your office can help you stay healthy, and avoid respiratory problems caused by certain air impurities.
NASA has found that various indoor houseplants are extremely effective at filtering nasty toxins like formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene from the air. These toxins often contribute to indoor air quality issues and indefinite illnesses. Symptoms of “sick building syndrome” include eye, nose, and throat irritation, hypersensitivity reactions, and odor/taste sensations. [Read more →]
March 10th, 2011 by Ashley
According to the Chinese calendar, 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit. This year is traditionally associated with home and family, relationships, and peace, which makes it an especially symbolic year to be married!
When planning a traditional Chinese
wedding, it’s important to choose appropriate décor and arrangements just as you would choose an auspicious wedding date. The selection of wedding flowers in NYC is unmatched, so you’re sure to find many wedding flowers in NYC that will help bring good fortune to your marriage.
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Take a walk through our NYC florist shop in Midtown, Manhattan and see how we create the most beautiful flower arrangements in town! Our President Marc Rothkopf and our Director of Marketing and Sales, Ashley Smith, make special appearances.
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