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Posted by durocherflorist on February 19, 2021 | Last Updated: March 5, 2021 Flowers Orchids Plants

Durocher’s Guide to Orchids

The fascination people have with orchids is remarkable, but once you become an orchid owner yourself, you’ll understand what all the fuss is about. Orchids are gorgeous, elegant, and mysterious flowering plants that add style to any room and promote a sense of calm and tranquility as well. Orchids also have a sense of mystery surrounding them that has made them treasured and coveted for hundreds of years. Here at Durocher Florist, the best flower shop in West Springfield, we adore orchids for the beautiful variety of shapes, colors, and sizes of their blossoms. Each one is unique and noble. Check out our blogs below that feature orchids to learn more about this awesome plant.

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Amazing Orchids!

Orchids are often identified as a symbol of refinement and innocence, and their allure is undeniable. Let’s take a closer look at these amazing and complex plants.

Make an Impression with a Bouquet of Beautiful Blue flowers

If you really want to impress someone, go all blue! Since blue flowers are rare, when featured in an arrangement, they are absolute show-stoppers.

Attract Money & Fortune to Your Home with These Plants

Plants are great to have in the home because being surrounded by nature helps boost our mood and soothes our soul. Plus, they add a splash of color and provide air-purifying benefits.

These Flowers Perfectly Match the Famous Women Who Love Them

Extraordinary women, just like extraordinary flowers, have a way of impacting our lives for the better. Springfield’s flower experts at Durocher Florist are featuring a few famous ladies for Women’s History Month and revealing which flowers were unique to them.

Five Plants to Brighten the Winter Months

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.