Rutgers: Flower Givers Perceived as Successful and Caring
Happy birthday, congratulations, thank you, I love you, thinking of you. Each day, millions of gifts are exchanged by people who want to send thoughtful regards to deserving friends and loved ones. According to research from Rutgers University, the presents we pick to convey our special messages say a lot about us. Read More about The Power of Giving Flowers »
Rutgers: Flowers Improve Emotional Health
With today’s high-tech and fast-paced lifestyle taking its daily toll on our lives, experts advise exercise and other personal lifestyle changes to relieve stress. According to behavioral research conducted at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, nature provides us with a simple way to improve emotional health – flowers. The presence of flowers triggers happy emotions, heightens feelings of life satisfaction and affects social behavior in a positive manner far beyond what is normally believed. Read More about Emotional Impact of Flowers »
Health by Design: University Research Reveals Surprising Solution for Relieving Stress
University of North Florida Research Team releases findings on the impact of flowers on well-being. Read More about Flowers and Stress Relief »
Celebrate National Rose Month! Every year in June, National Rose Month is commonly celebrated by being surrounded with beautiful roses. Whether they be in your garden or freshly cut, there's no doubt that roses spread love, passion, and beauty in every space. Thinking of buying fresh-cut flowers or did you just receive a bouquet of colorful roses? Follow these short-quick tips to keep their freshness and celebrate National Rose month as long as possible! Read More about Quick Rose Care Guide for National Rose Month »
L O V E ! It isn't a surprise that Valentine's Day is a huge holiday for us but we're ready. It's exciting to share with you our newest shop-look and bouquets that are now available for purchase. We didn't forget about those in need of a unique V-Day greeting card to go with their gifts! Catch 5 free, printable, one-sided love cards. Make sure that special someone feels appreciated this year! Read More about Celebrate Love + Free V-Day Cards »
We are excited to introduce 6 new Artisan Gift Crates that include locally sourced artisan products from Texas! It's necessary to share more about what each crate contains after selecting the best quality/deliciousness and where they're from! Read More about Artisan Gifts »
A PLACE FOR CREATIVITY, INSPIRATION, & FUN!
Jasmine and Brandon visiting East Austin Succulents!
Jasmine was born in Austin, Texas. She loves the idea of residing at the Capital of Live Music city where all the weirdos come hang out. She doesn’t plan on leaving anytime soon! Art’s a big part of her life and it’s therapeutic at the same time. Jasmine’s interest began in first grade when her assignment was creating self-portraits. Ultimately, her piece was submitted into a local art gallery and became hooked ever since! Read More about The Block at Freytag’s: Out of the Box »
A PLACE FOR CREATIVITY, INSPIRATION, & FUN!
No doubt that Freytag's Florist is the shop to consider for distinctive bouquets and greenery. Our designers create awesome custom designed products with their unique imagination and incredible talent.
Proudly, almost all of Freytag's employees have a creative side to them that can't be overlooked.
The Block at Freytag's present some of their stories. Read More about Introducing: The Block at Freytag’s! »
June is finally here and what better way to celebrate than with flowers...right?! Each month is associated with different birth flowers and Roses fit right in with June (Honeysuckles are June's birth flower too). Dating back to the Ancient Romans, it's believed seasonal flowers were used as gifts accordingly to the month when celebrating births and birthdays. Fortunately, the concept and traditions are still used today as flowers of the month or birth month flowers. Read More about June’s Roses »
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) »