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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 »
The ‘Language of Flowers’ has helped us express our affections for thousands of years. Everyone recognizes the red rose as the ultimate symbol of love, but our Valentine’s Day bouquets say so much more. Express your love in the most meaningful way with these top five Valentine’s Day flowers and their meanings. Read More about Top Five Valentine’s Day flowers and their Meaning »
Thanksgiving is just a week away. Not sure how that happened, it seems like it was just summertime. Anyway, we’re especially excited for the holiday season this year. The holidays mean food, friends, and family. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, people are looking forward to their family traditions. We are excited to do our part in creating our customers Thanksgiving decor traditions as they spruce up their homes inside and out for the holiday. Read More about Thanksgiving Décor Traditions »
Posted by Freytag's Florist on November 17, 2016
| Last Updated: October 23, 2019
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) »
Boss’s Day, aka National Boss Day or Bosses Day falls on Monday, October 17 this year. It’s a time to appreciate employers, managers and supervisors for their leadership, mentorship and inspiration. It is observed each year in the United States on October 16, or the nearest working day. This year the holiday falls on Monday, October 17. Most bosses don't expect expensive gifts on this holiday, and typically coworkers pool their resources. Here are a few thoughtful ideas to to help you and everyone on your team say thanks for a year of inspiration and support: Read More about Simple Ways to Celebrate Bosses Day »
For those that suffer from allergies, the degree of discomfort depends on the person and what triggers their symptoms. Some are allergic to all flowers, and some only to certain ones. Some are sensitive to strong fragrances and others are only allergic to the actual pollen. For the latter, if a flower is well cleaned beforehand they should not have an issue. The following flowers and plants listed, while not all encompassing, are the most commonly selected as a self-purchase or as a gift. Read More about Allergy Friendly Flowers and Blooming Plants »
Part two of our series “Behind the Scenes of Austin’s largest, family owned florist” introduces you to our lush courtyard. On your way into our shop, you will pass through a greenhouse-styled space with an ever-changing assortment of plants, ceramic pots, water fountains and garden statuary. Read More about Behind the Scenes – Freytag’s Florist Courtyard »