Fall Flowers and National Indoor Plant Week are Here!

The third week of September brings us two great occasions to celebrate.

The first is National Indoor Plant Week, which celebrates the health benefits of indoor plants. This event occurs during the third week of every September.

Then, there is the arrival of Fall, which arrives on Saturday, September 22nd.

For either celebration, our Atlanta flower shop and website have you covered so you can order, pick-up, or deliver a wide range of indoor green plants as well as fall flowers.

Here is just a small sampling of what you can enjoy for local Atlanta delivery or national delivery:

“PEACE LILY” SPATHIPHYLLUM PLANT

This floor-sized plant has shiny dark green leaves and white lily-like flowers that you can enjoy all year round.

PERFECT PEACE DISH GARDEN

Enjoy a dish garden that contains many different types of green indoor plants that are easy to care for and last for years to come with just a little maintenance.

SUCCULENT GARDEN IN GLASS

Also very popular right now are succulent plants, which are easy to maintain and require very little water. This garden contains numerous types of succulents arranged in a glass bowl.

TABLETOP PLANT GARDEN

This garden is another option that contains both indoor green plants and a blooming plant to add a little color.

FALL FLOWERS

Then, there is our fall flower collection:

GOLDEN SURPRISE

This flower arrangement contains a number of fall favorites, such as sunflowers, yellow and orange roses, hydrangea, trix, sunset safari, and foliage displayed in a leaf-ribbon lined cylinder vase.

‘ORANGE ZEST’ FALL VASE

This orange-themed flower arrangement includes a cylinder vase with orange Asiatic lilies and fall roses, which are accented with yellow chrysanthemums.

‘FOND ARRIVAL’ AUTUMN BOUQUET

The Better Homes and Gardens® Fond Arrival Bouquet features lavender roses, burgundy mini carnations, peach Asiatic Lilies and greenery.

Order today by calling or visiting our Atlanta flower shop or you can go online and order from our website.

 

 

By | 2018-09-17T13:56:56+00:00 September 17th, 2018|Fall Flowers|Comments Off on Fall Flowers and National Indoor Plant Week are Here!