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May 17, 2021
The History of Memorial Day Poppies
If there’s one flower that’s associated with Memorial Day, it’s the poppy. These Memorial Day flowers first became tied to this holiday during the World War I era, and they still can be found throughout Memorial Day parades and celebrations. We’re going to dive into this symbolic and delicate flower to help you get ready for the unofficial start of summer. Table of Contents Why Is the Poppy Tied to Memorial Day?Moina Michael—Aka The Poppy LadyMore About Michaels’ WorkDecoration Day Becomes Memorial DayTypes of PoppiesWhere Can I See Wild Poppy Fields?FAQAre Poppies Easy to Grow?Are Poppies Toxic?Are Poppies Good Gifts?What Months Are Associated with the Poppy? Why Is the Poppy Tied to Memorial Day? Memorial Day is a time to remember those who lost their lives while serving in the military. While these loved ones may be gone from the Earth, their memories and impact lives on. People often use the poppy to symbolize this new life after death. It all started when Canadian soldier John McCrae lost his friend, Lt. Alexis Helmer, during the Second Battle of Ypres in Belgium. After Helmer’s death, McCrae wrote the poem In Flanders Fields. The opening verse of this 1915 poem reads: In […]
May 14, 2021
How to Arrange Chrysanthemums
As the cheerleaders of the flower world, mums add happiness and joy to any bouquet. Plus, they’re just plain adorable. And with blooms of all shapes and colors, it’s easy for everyone to find a mum they love. While these flowers are easy to love, it can be hard to know just how to make them shine. We’re going to let you in on some expert arranging tips so these flowers can live their best life in the vase. Table of Contents All About MumsChrysanthemum SymbolismTypes of MumsSpray MumsSpider MumsReflex MumsTips for Arranging MumsPrep the StemsInspect the BloomsConsider the BloomsKeep Them HealthyWe’re Cheering for You All About Mums Did you know that mums is short for chrysanthemums? We know that’s a mouthful, so it’s fine to refer to these flowers as mums. All mums are members of the daisy family, and they’re closely related to sunflowers and zinnias. Before humans cultivated these plants for the flowers we know and love, people grew them for food. Many types of mums originated in China, where people grew them for their edible greens. You can still find chrysanthemum greens, known as shungiku, in many Asian markets. Today, you can find all sorts of […]
May 10, 2021
How to Plant and Grow Tulips
Spring wouldn’t be complete without tulips. Their cheerful blooms welcome in warmer weather and make a great addition to any garden. We’re here to let you in on all you need to know about growing show-stopping blooms at home. When your friends and fam’ are jealous of your flowers, you can send tulips online to help them bring some beauty into their own home. Table of Contents Tulip InformationHow To Grow TulipsWhen to Plant TulipsChoosing a Tulip SitePlanting TulipsGrowing TulipsHow Long Do Tulips Bloom?FAQHow Long Do Tulip Blooms Last in a Bouquet?What Are the Different Types of Tulips?What Do Tulips Symbolize?Should I Replant Tulip Bulbs Every Year? Tulip Information Before you plant tulips in your garden, check out some must-know info about these plants. Common name: Tulip Scientific name: Tulipa genus Bloom time: April and May Height: 8 to 24 inches depending on the variety Width: 6 to 8 inches Sun: Full sun Water: Medium Soil pH: 6.0 to 7.0 Soil type: Well-draining, rich USDA Hardiness zones: 3 to 9 How To Grow Tulips Tulips are a classic spring bulb flower along with daffodils and hyacinths. Don’t guess about how to plant tulips. We can help you grow tulips successfully. […]
May 07, 2021
Tulip Meaning and Symbolism
With sweet petals and a wide variety of colors, tulips are a beloved flower. Whether you’re picking tulips from your spring garden or receiving a tulip delivery, it’s hard not to smile at these cheerful flowers. Not only are these flowers gorgeous, but they also have a rich history packed with symbolism. If you’re ready to learn all about the tulip, you will fall even more in love with these cheerful blooms. Table of Contents The Tulip’s OriginsDutch Tulip ManiaTypes of TulipsTulip SymbolismUnyielding, Perfect LoveRebirthTulip Color MeaningsRed TulipsYellow TulipsPurple TulipsPinkTulipsWhite TulipsFAQHow Long Do Fresh Tulips Last?How Many Tulips Does Holland Export?When is the Best Time to Plant Tulip Bulbs? The Tulip’s Origins While you may think the tulip originated in the Netherlands, this isn’t true. Before this flower found its way to Holland, it made quite the journey. The tulip originated in Central Asia where it grew in wild landscapes. Sometime around 1000 AD, it made its way to modern-day Turkey. The Ottomans fell in love with tulips and planted them in vast gardens. From there, tulips made their way to Holland sometime around 1600. Dutch Tulip Mania Once tulips arrived in Holland, they remained under the radar for […]
May 04, 2021
Gifts for Teachers Day: Mini Plant Pots
While teachers always deserve our appreciation, we think this past year might take the cake. Whether your children have been meeting with their teachers in person or virtually, there’s no doubt these humans have helped your kids navigate the challenges that the past year has brought. And we wouldn’t be surprised if they helped parents as well. Teachers have dealt with preschoolers in masks, chemistry class over Zoom, and band practice in the parking lot. They’ve helped kids through quarantine, the loss of loved ones, and an unknown future. And they’ve done it all while facing the same challenges themselves. If they don’t deserve a heartfelt thank you, we don’t know who does. Table of Contents Pot Up Your AppreciationWhat You’ll NeedPainting Your Mini Flower PotFill Your Mini Flower PotHandpainted Pots + Beautiful Flowers = Love Pot Up Your Appreciation To help show teachers how much you and your child appreciate all they do, spend a day creating some cute mini plant pots. Your kid can put their own spin on their pot to help their teacher remember this year. As you watch your little artist in action, you’ll not only witness their creative skills, but you’ll also see their […]
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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!
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.