Get out your plaid jackets and grab a pumpkin beer or pumpkin-spiced latte because it’s fall y’all! That’s right! It’s the time of year everyone loves because the days are a perfect warm temperature with a cool breeze and the nights are chilly enough to cozy up to a fire. Bobbing for apples, hayrides, corn mazes, and all the delights of Harvest festivals are here for our enjoyment.
Here at Central Square Florist, we love creating dazzling seasonal arrangements with some of the richest and vibrant flowers Mother Nature provides us with at this time of year. This includes beautiful dahlias, colorful mums, striking celosia, and more! Enjoy even more fall by perusing through all of our fall-themed blogs conveniently featured here for you. You’ll discover an abundance of fall decorating ideas, gifts, flowers, trends, and more. Enjoy!
Fall is a time for pumpkin lattes, leaves changing color, and cooler temperatures. For the floral designers at Central Square Florist, however, fall also means it’s time to break out our beautiful fall blooms and celebrate the season in style with our gorgeous fall collection.
Want to know what makes us swoon? Designing a seasonal tablescape, that’s what. Here at Central Square Florist, we know that this time of year calls for a massive update of our dining table, and not just for the big day in November.
Central Square Florist is looking ahead to fall, which is just around the corner. This season signals change, and it’s a wonderful time to change your indoor look as well.
From harvest festivals to apple picking to pumpkin spice lattes, we love everything about this season, especially the warm and hospitable fall flowers that are in bloom.
From the stunning vista of changing leaves, to apple orchards ripe for the picking, to everyone’s favorite pastime, football – autumn brings a fresh and crisp newness to the Boston area.
Autumn is a season for rich, vibrant colors, raking leaves, and that cool, crisp autumn smell in the air. It’s a time for some of us to head back to school and for sports fans to gear up for the World Series and pro football.
The chrysanthemum is the flower of the month for November and is also the national flower of Japan. This beautiful flower comes in over 30 different species and the flowers convey a wide variety of meanings all across the globe.
Autumn offers many of its own decorations in nature, namely the changing foliage and stunning sunsets, but your own decorations are also a big part of the fall festivities.
It’s Fall ya’ll, and that means it’s time to introduce some much-needed texture to our interior spaces. If ever there was a time for layered scents, nubby, cozy blankets, and richly-appointed wreaths, it’s now.
The season is finally changing, and we are gearing up to enjoy all things autumn! Along with cooler temperatures come warmer colors – rich reds, burnt oranges, and warm yellows and golds remind us that fall is here.
Autumn is a wonderful time of the year.Fall flowers are now available in crisp shades of red,yellow, burnt orange and brown. A mixture of gerbers, lilies,sunflowers, poms and mini callas from Central Square Florist will delight any recipient.
After a mild start to the fall season, there is a chill in the air and the days are getting shorter. Beautiful fall days are here in Boston. It’s the perfect time to indulge in glorious autumn colored flowers for your self, or give someone a wonderful seasonal gift of fresh flowers.
It’s October and officially the season of apple-bobbing, candy corn, haunted houses, and corn mazes! Since we love everything floral at Central Square Florist in Cambridge, it can only be expected that we celebrate the season of Halloween with frightful flowers.
There’s nothing like a Cambridge Halloween – a chill in the air, leaves underfoot and the specter of winter just on the horizon. It’s the beginning of our giving season, when we want to gather together and give back.
There is something magical about this season. From the time we were little children, Halloween was one of the most anticipated holidays, and memories of Halloween comprise some of our most cherished memories.
The well-known holiday called Halloween was known by many other names, including Summer’s End, Witches Night, Lamswool, Snap-Apple Night, Samhain, and more. It is one of the oldest holidays in the world.