Mixed flower bouquets and arrangements versus single flower bouquets and arrangements.

Posted by Michelle Hughes on

When it comes to flower giving, you have a plethora of options. You can send flowers via one of the nationwide order takers, like FTD, or you can find a local florist in the area where the flowers are being sent. You can choose a bright, happy arrangement or a serene, all-white one. When you're considering sending a flower arrangement, it's also important to consider whether you want to send a single flower arrangement, such as a dozen red roses, or a mixed flower arrangement that includes several different varieties of flowers.

At Bloomstall Flower Boutique in Columbia, Tennessee, we only create and deliver mixed flower arrangements. Our reasoning for this is pretty simple: they last longer than single flower arrangements. When you send someone a half dozen or a dozen roses, tulips, mums, etc., they will most likely come from the same bunch that the florist received from their flower wholesaler. This means they are the same age. Flowers that are cut at the same time die at the same time. When a single flower arrangement starts to go, the entire arrangement goes.

On the other hand, if you send a mixed flower arrangement that includes several different varieties of flowers, they will fade at different times. If the receiver wishes, they can remove the flowers as they wilt and keep the others. In this way, a mixed flower arrangement can last a week or more, albeit in a different iteration each time you remove spent flowers.

If you are looking to send flowers to someone in Columbia, Spring Hill, Mount Pleasant, Santa Fe, or Thompson's Station, Tennessee, please consider Bloomstall Flower Boutique for your needs. We also design and install flowers for events, including weddings, in the greater middle Tennessee area, including Nashville, Brentwood, Frankin, and Murfreesboro.

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