The Holidays are here and we could not be happier! This is that wonderful time of year when we feel just a little closer to one another — when we can put aside our differences and celebrate together in joyous harmony. Here at Durocher Florist, Springfield, MA’s best flower shop, we love the vibe we get from celebrating the holiday season with our family and community neighbors. Of course, we love our clients, too which is why we assembled all of our best holiday-themed posts for your convenience. Below, you will discover inspired tips and ideas for holiday decor, beautiful winter florals, one-of-a-kind gifts, and more! From the Durocher family to yours, have a very merry holiday season!
With average extreme minimum temperatures hitting lows of -10 to 5 degrees F, not much will survive outdoors in the winter in Springfield. So, our experts at Durocher Florist recommend getting your green fix by strictly sticking with indoor gardens throughout the winter months.
Including beautiful greenery in your holiday or Christmas decor is part of a long-standing holiday tradition. We love to emphasize traditions during the holidays because they evoke feelings of nostalgia and warmth.
Christmas is days away – that’s great news for many of us, but it also means that those who put off their Christmas shopping until the last minute are beginning to panic.
National Poinsettia Day is Wednesday, December 12 and Durocher Florist is here to help you celebrate the iconic red holiday plant that has become an unmistakable symbol of the season.
Whether you decorate like Clark Griswold or simply put up a tree and hang some stockings and call it good, a little planning and some careful attention to detail can go a long way in turning your home into a winter wonderland.
It’s beginning to a lot like Christmas here at Durocher Florist. We’re working hard to prepare for the holiday rush, but we’re never too busy to help you pick out the perfect gift for someone special on your list.
From shopping and decorating to making travel plans and remembering loved ones no longer with us, it isn’t hard for even the jolliest elf to get a touch of the holiday blues.