Make it Spring in Spirit with NYC Fresh Cut Flowers
By now we all know that our nation’s beloved groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, predicted an early spring this year. With a major winter storm forecasted to hit the east coast this weekend, it’s safe to say that spring can’t come soon enough! While we can’t control the weather, there are a few ways we can liven up our offices, our homes – and our spirits! – to make it feel like spring has arrived.
Captivate your clients and employees with Spellbound. If you’re looking to lift the spirits in your office and evoke the feeling of spring, order the Wall Street flowers arrangement Spellbound. This arrangement is prepared with Pincushion Proteas, Parrot Tulips and Roses, the perfect Wall Street flowers to revitalize your office space – all beautifully arranged in a rose bowl wrapped with Ti leaves.
After a long winter, who couldn’t use a Thrill? The bright colors of this arrangement are sure to wake its recipient up from his/her winter hibernation. Composed of green Hydrangea, orange roses, blue Hyacinth and Orchid blooms, these NYC fresh cut flowers are a perfectly delightful way to make spring come alive in your home or office.
A delicate fragrance brings joy and Delight. A fitting name for sure, the Delight arrangement includes Gerbera Daisies, Hyacinths and Parrot Tulips. These NYC fresh cut flowers permeate a delicate yet lovely fragrance, which in conjunction with the allure of its soft, pleasant appearance, will fill the room with spring time cheer.
Entice Mother Nature to bring spring’s swift arrival. If Mother Nature set her sights on this enchanting arrangement, she couldn’t help herself but to give us the gift of an early spring. Striking purple Calla Lilies paired with Hyacinth and roses in a rounded vase, makes this modern, impressive arrangement a more than welcome sight for sore eyes.
As winter nears its long-awaited close, inspire your employees with Wall Street flowers, send your loved ones’ spirits soaring with NYC fresh cut flowers, and liven your home with flower arrangements reminiscent of a NYC spring.