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Freytags Florist

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Fall is Here at Freytag’s Florist!

By Freytag's Florist on September 22, 2017 in Austin, Decor, Fall, plants, The Block at Freytag's.

Fall is here! We are excited to begin switching things up by using fall colors, textures, and designs around the shop. Burnt orange, yellow, red, brown, and so many other colors create a color palette that helps with getting into the autumn aesthetic. Whether it's to decorate a home, office, or a thoughtful gift, our designers can help with creating beautiful fall centerpieces, arrangements, bouquets, and more. It doesn't stop there! We also have plants that fill a room up with the fall spirit. Here are some examples of fall items we have available at our shop now- first come first serve: Read More about Fall is Here at Freytag’s Florist!

Caring For Your New Succulent

By Freytag's Florist on September 1, 2017 in Fall, How To, Plant Care, plants, Spring, TX.

CARING FOR YOUR NEW SUCCULENT Succulents are the most popular indoor plant that comes in ranges of sizes, shapes, and colors. Some types include cacti, aloe, a few orchids, air plants, and more. Succulents have fleshy leaves that hold enough moisture and are found in desert areas around the world. Despite the reputation of succulents needing little care, there are things to follow when wanting the plant to be happy and healthy.   Read More about Caring For Your New Succulent

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

By Freytag's Florist on October 24, 2016 in Austin, Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead), Fall, Fun Facts, holidays, Party Ideas, Uncategorized. 0 Comments

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Mexico's most important holiday, is a two-day festival honoring deceased loved ones. It coincides with the Catholic holiday called All Soul's & All Saint’s Day.  The belief is that the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31st, and the spirits of deceased children reunite with their families for 24 hours. On November 2nd, the spirits of the adults come down to take part in the festivities that are by this time well underway, and just for them. Read More about Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)