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Freytags Florist

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Administrative Professionals’ Week Gifts

Admin week is near! Administrative Professionals' Week is a week-long holiday between April 23rd-27th that celebrates office employees for all their hard work and dedication. It's important to show that they are valued and their commitment to making things happen is superb. Freytag's is here to help in sending out the perfect appreciation gift with our selected flowers, plants, and Artisan gifts! Read More about Administrative Professionals’ Week Gifts »

Caring For Your New Succulent

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 »
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Behind the Scenes of an Austin, Family Owned Florist

Welcome to part one of our series "Behind the Scenes of Austin’s largest, family owned florist." This installment is all about the Freytag's Florist Team. If you wonder what goes into the production of a single floral arrangement, then take a look at our team behind the scenes. Freytag's Florist has been blooming in Austin, TX since 1974, and this is how we do it. Read More about Behind the Scenes of an Austin, Family Owned Florist »

McCallum High School “Shattered Dreams” Project

Last month, we were honored to participate in McCallum High School’s 2015 Shattered Dreams Project. “Shattered Dreams” is a statewide high school-based program that promotes responsible decision-making among high school students regarding underage drinking, impaired driving or riding with a drinking driver. Read More about McCallum High School “Shattered Dreams” Project »