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September 27, 2021
Dahlia Meaning and Symbolism
You know dahlias are gorgeous, but do you know what they mean? If you look past their layered petals and long-lasting blooms, you’ll find these flowers are tied to rich symbolism and meaning. With beauty and intrigue, it’s no wonder dahlia bouquets are so popular! The neat thing is that not all dahlias have the same meaning. Both the flower color and location play a role in determining what a dahlia means. Some dahlia flower meanings include inner strength, positive change, and commitment. By mixing and matching the different types of dahlia flowers, you can create a bouquet that sends just the message you’re looking for. Table of Contents What’s in a Name?Dahlia Flower BasicsGeneral Dahlia Meaning and SymbolismMeaning of Different Dahlia ColorsRed Dahlia FlowerPink Dahlia FlowerPurple Dahlia FlowerYellow Dahlia FlowerWhite Dahlia FlowerGreen Dahlia FlowerBlack Dahlia FlowerDahlias Around the WorldMexicoVictorian EraUnited StatesGrowing Dahlias at HomeCut Dahlia FlowersBeautiful and Meaningful Blooms What’s in a Name? When you’re looking at the symbolism of a flower, it’s always a good idea to start with the scientific name and etymological meaning. Both the common name dahlia and the genus Dahlia honor botanist Anders Dahl. Dahl was a student of the famed taxonomist Carl Linneaus. […]
September 20, 2021
Chrysanthemum Meaning and Symbolism
With blooms of all shapes and colors, chrysanthemums add joy to any garden or bouquet. However, they’re not just for show! Each chrysanthemum flower symbolizes something special. While people often use chrysanthemums as tokens of happiness and joy, the flower’s meaning varies depending on your location and the flower color. Join us while we explore chrysanthemum meaning starting with Ancient China and continuing through the present-day. We’ll break down the symbolism behind each color so you can choose the perfect flower for every occasion. If that’s not enough, we’ll let you know what makes these plants special and discuss some of their unique uses. Table of Contents Origin of Chrysanthemum FlowersMum Meanings Around the WorldAustraliaBelgiumBuddhist MonksChinaGreat BritainJapanUnited StatesVictorian EraThe Colors and SymbolismWhiteRedPinkOrangeYellowGreenVioletInteresting and Unique Characteristics of the Chrysanthemum FlowerMore Than One FlowerTons of CultivarsA Literal NameChrysanthemum Plant UsesClean Air PollutionPest ControlHealth BenefitsFAQWhat Month Does the Chrysanthemum Symbolize?What Do Chrysanthemum Tattoos Symbolize?Do Chrysanthemums Symbolize Death? Origin of Chrysanthemum Flowers While there are thousands of different chrysanthemums available today, this flower started as a simple bloom. The first chrysanthemums originated in East Asia, with the majority coming from China. One of the first notes of chrysanthemums comes from the Chinese philosopher Confucious. […]
September 17, 2021
Fall Flowers and Pumpkins
Along with falling leaves and cooler temperatures, pumpkins and seasonal flowers are some of the first signs of fall. Whether you’re inviting others up to your porch or filling the table with reminders of the slower seasons ahead, decorations help remind you that shorter and slower days are on their way. If you’re looking to make those pumpkins even better, add some flowers! With a wide variety of gourds and blooms available, you’ll be able to make some pairings that rival pumpkin and spice. We’re talking big orange pumpkins and maroon spider mums or little white pumpkins paired with flame-colored roses. If you need some inspiration, we’re here with ideas for porches, tabletops, and everywhere else. Table of Contents History of Pumpkins in the FallWhat’s Up With the Pumpkin Flower?How to Decorate Pumpkins with FlowersA Pumpkin PlanterFloral Foam and FlowersPaint with FlowersFront Porch Decor with Pumpkins and FlowersColorful Pumpkins and GreensA Wreath to ImpressA Harvest PlanterFlower and Pumpkin CenterpiecesA Crowd of Little Pumpkin VasesMix and Match VasesDried FlowersCornucopias and FlowersA Tabletop FireSubdued Shades History of Pumpkins in the Fall Leaf it to nature to create the perfect fall decor…yes we’re talking about pumpkins. Farmers harvest these seasonal decorations in late […]
September 16, 2021
Reasons Why Farm Direct Flowers Are Better
When you order flowers online from other websites there’s virtually no way to know where they came from. Some sites may say that flowers are grown, sourced, and distributed by local florists, but that isn’t exactly the case. Most of the time when you send flowers online they ship from random farms located anywhere from Southeast Asia to Africa, the Mediterranean to South America. What you don’t know is that the flowers often arrive over a week old already. They go from the farm to the local distributor to the international distributor to the wholesaler to the retailer – either a website or local florist. In the process, they get refrigerated or sometimes even frozen to prevent them from wilting. What arrives at your door typically will last a week at best, because it isn’t truly fresh, even if it appears so initially. An average of 1 in 3 flowers dies in the process, wasting millions of dollars in shipping and growing costs, which is ultimately passed on to the consumers in higher flower prices. Table of Contents Reasons Farm-Direct Flowers Are Better1. Fresher2. More Affordable3. Longer lasting4. Support the community5. Known supply-chain6. High Quality7. Substitutions are Much Rarer8. Support […]
September 15, 2021
Types of Flowers: Annual, Perennial, and Biennial
One way to organize the thousands of types of flowers is by their growth habits. Annuals, perennials, and biennials are the three main types of flowers. Annual flowers like sunflowers germinate, grow, flower, and produce seed, and die all in one year. Perennial flowers like hydrangea live and flower for multiple years. Biennials like foxglove fit somewhere in between annuals and perennials; they flower and die in their second year. While these plants differ in how they grow, they all produce gorgeous flowers at some point in their lives. To help you understand and explore the types of flowers a bit more, we’ve broken down each of the three categories. Dive into the lists and you’ll find a new flower to add to your garden or choose the next time you order flower arrangements. Table of Contents Annual FlowersWildflowersCosmosCut FlowersCornflowerDahliaZinniaChrysanthemumCelosiaLarkspurGladiolusCraspediaGomphrenaSunflowerGerbera DaisySnapdragonBells of IrelandStockStrawflowerNigellaFlowers for the GardenNicotianaNasturtiumAlyssumCleomePetuniaBegoniaSweet PeaImpatiensMarigoldPerennial FlowersWildflowersNew England AsterBlue-Eyed GrassCalifornia PoppyButterfly WeedMilkweedCoral BellsColumbineCardinal FlowerCoreopsisConeflowerDutchman’s BreechesYarrowGoldenrodBaptisiaSalviaBee BalmBlack-Eyed SusanCut FlowersIrisAlstroemeriaSea HollyCarnationDaffodilPhloxVeronicaRoseTulipLisianthusPincushion FlowerShasta DaisyHydrangeaPeonyLavenderFlowers for the GardenHostaPansySedumHelleboreBleeding HeartDaylilyLupineAzaleaBiennial FlowersWildflowersCommon MulleinEvening PrimroseCut FlowersFoxgloveQueen Anne’s LaceCanterbury BellsFlowers for the GardenHollyhockSweet WilliamForget-Me-Not Annual Flowers Annual flowers don’t waste any time spreading themselves throughout the world. These plants germinate, flower, and set seeds all in one […]
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This world can be a crazy place sometimes, but there’s still so much to celebrate. Whether it’s to share love, support, thanks, or just because, you can always send flowers. And at The Bouqs Co., flowers are kind of our thing. From "I love you" to "Mazel Tov," to “I miss you,” to "I'm sorry for your loss," one of our farmers planted, cared for, grew, and cut that Bouq. That one. The one that’s bloomed and ready to deliver your heartfelt message.
Our diverse (and awesome) curation of flower arrangements is great for every style and occasion. Want frilly tulips, a rainbow of ranunculus, or roses in all the colors? Cause boom. We’ve got ‘em!
Are you looking for a 'gram worthy bouquet at a reasonable price? Try our fresh Deal of the Week. Deals of the Week are updated every Wednesday, so check back every week for the latest goodness!
How about green thumbs? Any green thumbs? Because we’ve got houseplants. And our selection is lovely. From tropical orchids to super cute succulents that are so easy to maintain, we’ve got just the indoor plant for that plant parent. It’s a lil’ obvious, but our selection of blooms and plants is pretty fantastic.
Good news! We’re growing flowers right now to make sure you’re covered for every holiday or occasion, every little moment or milestone, and even just because. The ultimate day to celebrate with flowers? Making Mom’s Mother’s Day with a fresh Bouq of her faves, sourced directly from the farm. (Hint: lots of moms like tulips). Is it even Valentine’s Day without red roses to express love or passion? We can’t forget about birthday flowers! For birthdays, sunflowers are always a hit. Sometimes life’s moments aren’t ideal, though — and lots of our customers turn to lilies as classic sympathy flowers.
Whether happy, sad, or just because, moments mean something. When the act of sending or receiving flowers is added, those moments mean even more. So next time you’re looking for a wide selection of affordable flowers, lush plants, or thoughtful gift sets, remember we’ve got you.
Bouqs, short for bouquets, aren’t like other online flowers. The Bouqs Co. partners with sustainable farms that minimize waste, recycle water, and protect workers’ well-being. This also means our flowers stay fresher and last longer. Talk about farm fresh! Some of our flowers actually arrive as buds, giving your recipient something a little extra: the joy of watching them bloom.
Some people like to plan ahead. (I’m not one of those people.) But for those who want to be a bit more prepared, we highly recommend our first-class flower subscription service. For as little as $36 per month, you can set up flower deliveries for every important occasion — a delivery can even be scheduled up to a year in advance. Plus, there are perks, like free shipping and 30% off every order, plus a $10 reward every month that applies sitewide. Bonus: peace of mind knowing life won’t distract you and the right gift will always be sent on time. Ah! Let’s not forget how easy it is to edit, skip, or cancel deliveries because, you know, we’re flexible.
We are so grateful to work with flowers and plants that brighten peoples’ days. In a world where seeing each other is limited, the act of sending and receiving gifts in the mail becomes even more powerful. That’s why we do what we do: to celebrate connections and life’s little moments, with bouquets, simplified.
We get it. Life happens and then suddenly you need to send a gift. No need to stress, because we offer next day flower delivery in several places throughout the country, and same day flower delivery in select ZIP codes. Although planning ahead might mean more choices, the available selection is still the best of the best.
To ensure your delivery arrives on time, order by 11am PST. Next-day delivery is only available Tuesday through Saturdays, meaning orders must be placed Mondays through Fridays. We’re working on it, but currently we aren’t able to deliver next-day orders on Sundays or Mondays.
Whether you order months in advance or have a last-minute history of cutting it close and need something special in a hurry, we offer the best flowers delivered to doors nationwide. We hear good things come in flower packages, so we’re here to help you share kindness with the best kind of mail: farm-fresh blooms, plants, and gifts.