You may have heard about a new environmental problem on the rise - bee populations are mysteriously disappearing. While scientists don’t know the exact cause for this decline, they do know that the world’s food resources will be severely affected without these industrious insects. The good news is, there are ways we can all do our part to help - and Boyd's Flowers is here to assist you in stocking your yard with bee friendly flowers and plants.
Did you know? Bees are natural pollinators. They collect the nectar and pollen from a variety of plants and flowers, including many plants that are worldwide food sources, like fruit trees and vegetables. Read More about Bee Friendly Flowers & Plants for your Backyard
All across the United States, the winter of 2014 will be remembered as the winter of extremes. You’ll have to wait a bit until the first spring tulips push their way through the ground, assuring anxious people that spring has… Read More about 3 Secrets to Tulip Care
Sweetest Day is October 19th and it is the perfect day to take some time away from your hectic schedule and spend time with those you love. This sweet holiday dates back to 1921 when 12 chocolate makers joined… Read More about Why to Send Flowers on Sweetest Day
Fall is finally here! Many people choose the autumn season to plant a beautiful new garden or to send a special someone in their life a bouquet of colorful, ornate fall flowers. The calming, relaxing colors of fall are inviting… Read More about Why Fall Flowers are So Beautiful
Did you know that annually there is an average of $6 billion spent on Halloween-related purchases? Nearly $300 million of this is spent solely on pet costumes. That was last year, this year American consumers are projected to spend… Read More about The Pet Costume Contest Extravaganza!
Sunflowers are beautiful flowers. They are large, bright flowers that put smiles across people’s faces when they come across them. The sight of rows upon rows of a sunflower fields in bloom can be truly inspiring. Other than being… Read More about 3 Fun Facts About Sunflowers