Winter is a wonderful time to bring fresh flowers and potted plants into your home. As the holiday season begins, we all love to bring out the decorations, put up the tree and choose bright, colorful potted flowers and plants that will make perfect additions to our décor. The floral designers at Boyd’s Flowers would love to help you make this holiday season and the winter months beyond, a time to celebrate. There are so many blooms that thrive in winter. Read More about Fantastic Flowers for the Winter Season! »
Posted by Chuck Boyd on December 16, 2019
| Last Updated: November 5, 2020
At Boyd’s Flowers, serving Wilmington and the surrounding areas, flowers are always in-season and in-style. Flowers are always beautiful and smell great, but they also have a variety of… Read More about Our Favorite Flowers »
Posted by Chuck Boyd on November 17, 2019
| Last Updated: November 20, 2019
When October arrives, it’s fun to get cozy with freshly picked apples, pumpkin spice-flavored everything, and a good-old-fashioned scare. Since we love everything floral, at Boyd’s Flowers in Wilmington, we get into the October spirit with some gruesomely spooky… Read More about Spookify October with These Unusual Flowers »
Posted by Chuck Boyd on October 7, 2019
| Last Updated: October 2, 2020
The beauty of nature is in full bloom during the fall months, and nothing is better proof of this than the stunning and versatile sunflower. With so much cheerful warmth, this amazing fall flower is the darling of the season. So, it just makes sense to send sunflowers for special occasions or to feature them in your fall decor.
Regardless of which color scheme, variety or style you select, you can be sure your design will exude the essence of fall. The floral experts at Boyd’s Flowers are eager to share some of our favorite designs featuring sunflowers, as well as some fun decorating ideas, with you for fall. Spice up your home and office with sunflowers, or send a fresh fall look to anyone throughout the Wilmington area to welcome fall. Read More about Spice Up Your Home Decor With Sunflowers »
Fall is a wonderful time to celebrate the cooler weather, changing colors, and beginning of a new school year. It's a season that's full of change and brings the anticipation of the upcoming holidays, as well. For fall, the floral designers at Boyd’s Flowers are excited about our new fall collection of floral designs and blooming plants. Autumn is full of gorgeous, deep colors and we love to feature them in our fall bouquets. We have something for everyone in the Wilmington area, so take a look at our designs and choose something to send to a friend or to keep for yourself. Read More about Choose Gorgeous Fall Designs »
Grandparents Day is approaching on the first Sunday after Labor Day. We have a few suggestions to make it an even more meaningful occasion for grandchildren and grandparents alike!
Let Boyd’s Flowers send a beautiful bouquet or long-lasting plant design to the grands specifically from their grandchildren. We are proud to extend our delivery service included with our arrangements across the nation as well as to local residents, and also to retirement homes and senior living facilities in the Wilmington area. Plus, the creative minds at Boyd’s Flowers have put together some ideas for spending time together with grandparents and letting grandchildren learn more about where they came from, while grandparents learn more about where their family is going. Read More about Celebrating Family Ties On Grandparents Day »
Gifts for College Students
College students are returning to campuses soon and this is a great time to celebrate their independence and pursuit of knowledge. Sending or bringing useful gifts they may not realize they need is a great way to encourage them and set them up for success. Whether it’s something fun, meaningful, or helpful, students will know you’re thinking of them. The design experts at Boyd’s Flowers have created a list of items your student may not even realize they need but will be so glad to have. Read More about 5 Items College Students Don’t Realize They Need »