There’s a chill in the air, a fire in the fireplace, colorful lights and poinsettias everywhere — it must be Christmas! Here at Wayne’s best florist, Bosland’s Flower Shop, the holiday season is our most favorite time of the year. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Diwali, or the Winter Solstice, you no doubt have some holiday shopping and decorating to do! Well, we’ve got you covered! Listed below is a selection of our top holiday blogs that will give inspiration for everything from unique gifts to yummy gift baskets, holiday decor to wintertime florals, decorating ideas to holiday traditions. From our family to yours, have a wonderful holiday season!
From our family at Bosland’s Flower Shop 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!
Although flowers are not the first thing to come to mind when winter is mentioned, there are a number of hardy plants and flowers that are planted or even bloom during the winter season.
We follow so much tradition during the holiday season, from the foods we eat, the songs we sing and the way we decorate. One of the most frequently seen aspects of holiday decor includes the holly plant.
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 Bosland’s Flower Shop is here to help you celebrate the iconic red holiday plant that has become an unmistakable symbol of the season.
Today is National Poinsettia Day. If you think this is just another one of those wacky observance days that seem to take place every single day of the year (yesterday was both National Mountain Day, and National Light a Candle Day) you’re in for a surprise.
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.
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.
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.
The holiday season is well underway, but do you have all of your shopping done yet? Remember, the number of shopping days left is quickly diminishing – Christmas is only two weeks away!
Holiday Cheers! Join us for our Holiday Open House on Saturday, December 5th from 12-5 pm. The mood will be festive with apple cider, cookies, and hourly giveaways.