Central Square Florist

Central Square Florist

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Beautiful Fall Blooms

Fall is right around the corner. For many people, this means it’s 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 this season in style with our gorgeous fall collection. We have something for everyone in the Boston area so take a look at our beautiful designs and choose something that you know you, your friends and your loved ones will adore this fall season. Read More about Beautiful Fall Blooms »

Sunflowers, A Gift From Mexico

Central Square Florist is celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month by shining the spotlight on the floral contributions of Latin America. From September 15 to October 15, the U.S. honors the rich cultures of Spain, the Caribbean, the Americas and Mexico. And it's one bright flower in particular from the latter that we're celebrating today. To say that our lives wouldn't be the same without this bloom is an understatement, and we have Mexico to thank for it. Read More about Sunflowers, A Gift From Mexico »
Posted by Jackie Levine on October 1, 2018 Flowers Sunflowers

Flower Gardens with a Purpose

We love living outdoors in the summertime, and flower gardens add both color and beauty to any outside space. Whether a true garden planted in the soil, potter plants or dish gardens, plants and flowers can make all the difference in your summer landscape. But planned correctly, you can also encourage some very special guests to your backyard or front porch - both bees and butterflies are attracted to bright blooms and specific plants - and Central Square Florist would love to help you to create a welcoming space for them. Why Bees? At first thought, you may not think attracting bees is a good thing. But the bee population is in rapid decline globally, which has dire implications for our food supply. So even the smallest efforts to give the bees a place to collect nectar and pollinate is doing the world good! And don't worry - experts say that honeybees foraging for nectar will rarely sting. In fact, unless they are harassed or stepped on, you should have no issue watching them work.  Read More about Flower Gardens with a Purpose »