Ever heard of giving Flowers For A Year? Well, now's the perfect time to acquaint yourself with this gift-giving approach, as it's also the best time to start it. The idea is that you send the recipient of your choice flowers every month for all 12 months, ensuring that they always know how much you care. Read More about A Whole Year Of Flowers
We've long appreciated the healing power of flowers, having used them medicinally for centuries. Their aesthetic beauty aside, when we give flowers to someone who is under the weather, it's like breathing fresh life into their space. The vibrancy of flowers is a gentle reminder that they will recover and at the very least that spring is on the horizon, even as we work our way through cold and flu season.
At Walter Knoll Florist, we're committed to connecting people with flowers that will bring them happiness, and we're hoping to make people healthier, too. Read More about Happy-Making Get Well Flowers
What's better than a bowl of freshly-cut flowers sitting smack dab in the middle of your dining table? Just the same, only in winter.
We here at Walter Knoll Florist are big believers in having flowers around the house year round, obviously. But we want to make a case for why it's so important to do so especially in the colder months, and precisely because of the colder months. The shorter, colder days means less time outside, enjoying all of the benefits of the green growing things you'll find there. Read More about A Winter Wonderland Of Flowers
International Floral Distributors has released its predictions for what will be hot in floral design in 2018, and we here at Walter Knoll Florist are paying attention. Four trends were identified, from "Magnificent Mediterranean" to "Incarnation of Earth's Element" - a bit of a mouthful, but a style that has everything to do with organic minimalism.
Two of IFD's trends - "Folk Art Reinvented" and "Positively Posh" - are upbeat, cheerful approaches to working with flowers. They embody a youthful, whimsical spirit. Read More about The Floral Trends You Want To Know About For 2018
There are so many people to shop for come December that it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Aside from your loved ones, you may find your list includes teachers, neighbors, customers, coworkers and the like. Remembering every last person can be a real challenge. We at Walter Knoll Florist have a Holiday Gift Guide for that.
Winter's vivid blooms and plants make the perfect gift for anyone on your list. They can be cherished and given a place of honor in the home, used as a holiday centerpiece, added to a mantel for more holiday decor . . . the list of purposes is endless. Most people welcome seasonal florals into their homes during this time of year; in fact, if flowers aren't on someone's wishlist, they should be. Winter holiday flower sales account for 30% of all holiday flower sales for the year - even more than Mother's Day or Valentine's Day. Read More about Rustic Arrangements From Our Holiday Gift Guide
One of the best ways to inject some holiday spirit into the workplace or among a group of friends is to set up a Secret Santa. This group gift swap is popular in the West, where it goes by many names and several iterations, but always operates on the same principle: the gift giver's identity is kept secret from the recipient.
At Walter Knoll Florist, we love any and all gift-giving scenarios, and Secret Santa is no exception. On the other hand, it's the kind of exchange that presents a particular challenge. Namely, the fact that you may not know the tastes and preferences of your recipient. Read More about Bountiful Baskets for Secret Santas
Have you heard about Giving Tuesday? This global initiative to promote charitable giving has gained a lot of traction in the last few years, partly because of a successful social media campaign and partly because giving just feels good. Now in its sixth year, this day of generosity falls on November 28, following Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
At Walter Knoll Florist, we've got a unique opportunity for giving that we extend year round to our customers. And if you think about it, giving flowers and donating our time, energy and resources to our most deserving St. Louis institutions go hand in hand. Read More about Get in the Spirit of Giving
Who doesn't love a poinsettia?
At Walter Knoll Florist, we know what time it is when the poinsettias start rolling up - the most wonderful time of the year! Available in pink, white and even orange, it's that classic red version that we see so often, cheering up doorsteps and entryways across the U.S. And while the poinsettia is definitely the plant of Christmas, it's also the seasonal plant of choice for offices and businesses looking to holiday-up their spaces, too. And who can blame them? Read More about Traditional Holiday Office Decor
At Walter Knoll Florist, we're thankful for so much. We feel gratitude for our family, our friends, and this wonderful community. We embrace the season with open arms and invite you to do the same. We'd like to fill them with flowers in the form of a centerpiece.
We put a lot of time and attention into the dinner table we create for our Thanksgiving guests, don't we? It's not just about configuring it so everyone has a spot, but also a matter of place settings and linens, silverware and drinking glasses, and where to put all of the bowls and dishes with all of our goodies in them. Once we see how our table (or tables) is going to look, we can think about crowning it with a centerpiece. And this, friends, is our favorite part. Read More about Rustic Thanksgiving Centerpieces
Sweet, fragrant, fun to look at . . . We at Walter Knoll Florist are talking flowers and cookies today. As we prep for the mass exodus that is Thanksgiving (last year, 50 million people traveled at least 50 miles to spend the holiday at someone else's table), our minds are turned toward the host gift.
If you haven't heard of host or hostess gifts before, it's exactly like what it sounds: you, arriving at your dinner host's doorstep, bearing a gift. In this case, we think that gift should be flowers or cookies. Or both. Read More about Flowers and Cookies for Hospitable Hosts