On the 16th of October every year we celebrate National Bosses Day. This special occasion began in 1958 when Patricia Bays Haroski decided to honor her father, who was also her boss, for the many tasks he attended to daily that went unnoticed. Seeing how hard he worked, she wanted to give employees the opportunity to show their boss appreciation and gratitude. She chose his birthday to be the specific date, and four years later Bosses Day was made official. This month, Rose Hill Flowers is ready to help you shower your boss with gifts, plants and flowers that show them how much you appreciate their leadership, honesty and support. Read More about Honor Your Boss With A Green Bosses Day Gift »
Posted by Rose Hill Flowers on October 7, 2018
The month between September 15 and October 15 is a special time in which we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This observation is a time when we pay tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. We share dynamic stories of U.S. Latinos that shape our national experience and identity. We gain greater understanding and deeper appreciation for the enduring contributions of Latinos to our culture. At Rose Hill Flowers, we join the celebration this month with beautiful floral designs featuring blooms from Latin American countries. Read More about Enjoy The Best of Hispanic Culture This Fall »
Posted by Rose Hill Flowers on September 30, 2018
Sending your love a beautiful bouquet of flowers is always a welcomed treat. For autumn, instead of choosing the standard harvest colors, opt for something a little more unique and bright. Jewel-toned flowers still echo the spirit of the… Read More about Fall’s Precious Gem Flowers »
A fall spread at your next dinner party is a simple and elegant way to tie your food and ambiance into the changing season. Add something new or unique to the menu and reveal your creative side to guests. Rose Hill Flowers suggests infusing your menu with a recipe that includes edible flowers for a treat fresh from the garden. Paired with gorgeous floral centerpieces, your meal will be unforgettable. Read More about A Fun Way To Tie Food And Flowers Together »
Posted by Rose Hill Flowers on September 17, 2018
While self-care is an important topic not to be neglected, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start. Finding time to devote to yourself or focusing fully on a new routine can be daunting. However, caring for yourself doesn’t have to be complicated. By incorporating plants into your life, you are choosing to nurture while enjoying the natural colors and textures plants bring into your world. Rose Hill Flowers has a wide variety of plant options. Take a look at some of our favorites. Read More about A September Self-Care Tip »
Posted by Rose Hill Flowers on September 10, 2018
What's the quickest route to making an ordinary moment into a meaningful one? Flowers, of course.
Even the smallest, most mundane moment can be made special through flowers, and if you really want to help someone feel valued, seen, cherished, loved (list your favorite good feeling here), an entirely unanticipated gift of flowers is the way to do it. You don't need a reason to turn an ordinary moment into a meaningful one for someone you love, whether that's your daughter coming home with a good grade on a test or flowers for your wife because it's date night at the pizza place. Flowers inherently matter, and they bring that value to any moment in which they appear. Read More about When Flowers Turn Your Moment Into One That Matters »
Posted by Rose Hill Flowers on August 31, 2018
Grandparents Day is a time when families can gather together and celebrate the traditions that make them special. Observed on the second Sunday in September, this is a wonderful time to let grandparents articulate the significance of things that are special to your family. If there are certain flowers or plants that hold special meaning, include them as centerpieces for your lunch, or bring them to your grandparents to show them how much they mean to you. Talk to the floral designers at Rebel Hill Florist about our many pieces you can choose for your family gathering. Read More about Sharing Our Floral Traditions »
Rose Hill Flowers invites you to sit back, relax and breathe a sigh of relief this Labor Day---after all, that's what this day was intended for. In the 19th century, it was proposed that the American worker deserved both a day of recognition and a day of rest, and ultimately, the first Monday in September was adopted by the nation for this purpose. Now, we think of Labor Day weekend as the second in a pair of bookends to summer, a time when we try to get one last trip in or to gather with friends and family for one last true summer barbecue. And while that's all well and good, this is also the perfect moment for some self-care, the chance to both refresh yourself and your space. Read More about Seriously Serene Late Summer Flowers »
Rose Hill Flowers is enamored of the humble worker bee---and we think you should be, too.
After all, this industrious little insect pollinates at least 90 commercially-grown crops, as well as 80% of all flowering plants. Without them, we'd be missing everything from apples and avocados to coffee and carrots. Over millions of years, bees have adapted into efficient machines for transporting both nectar and pollen back to their colonies, which can consist of anywhere from 10,000 to 60,000 bees. There, they turn that nectar into honey and bee bread, a nutrient-rich food source. And along the way, they pollinate thousands and thousands of plants, which is the only way those plants will grow. How do they do it? Read More about Bee-Friendly Flowers Are Beautiful »
Rose Hill Flowers knows that feeling you get when you arrive home with fresh flowers or receive them at the door as a gift. After admiring them from every angle, you'll be faced with where to display them in your home. Should it be the dining room table? The mantel? The foyer? On the credenza behind the couch? In short, where should those flowers live?
Depends on the flowers. A highly fragrant design may not be the best choice for a dining area, while a humidity-loving orchid could thrive next to the tub in the bathroom. A small, compact grouping of flowers looks just right on a desk, while flowers with dramatic scale (like gladiolus) make a glorious entryway or living room piece. The point is, know thy flowers. Read More about Make A Home For Those Flowers In Yours »