Shop with Mayfield Florist and Find Fresh Flowers to Celebrate the 4th of July

Mayfield Florist The Mayfield Florist award winning design team has worked hard to make sure you are prepared to celebrate the Independence Day holiday with your family and friends. When you purchase fresh, colorful and patriotic 4th of July Flowers from Mayfield Florist, the party will be assured of starting off with a bang. Our flowers are fresh, beautiful and created with a sense of celebration for every occasion. They will make your home festive both inside and outside by creating a patriotic and proud atmosphere. There are many varieties of the patriotic Red, White and Blue Flowers to choose from. Below are some varieties of flowers that each year seem to be among the favorites. These go well with outdoor 4th of July barbeques or inside the home to add color and freshness. The flowers can also be placed on the front porch to make for a wonderful curb appeal to display your patriotism. As you browse in store on the Mayfield Florist state of the art website, we welcome any questions or assistance that you may need. Bright and Bold White Flower Varieties Shasta Daisy - Much like the Gerbera these are not always easy to maintain but they do add a beautiful shade of white perfect for any 4th of July display. If the yellow center does not bother you, these make plentiful blooms and are considered to be somewhat of a trendy flower. Annabelle hydrangea - These flowers are not difficult to grow.  The Annabelle hydrangeas are very beautiful and offer very large clusters of small flowers. This creates the perfect volume of white color for a 4th of July flowerpot or container decoration. Queen Anne’s Lace - Place these with other flowers that thrive best in full sun. Their delicate lacy white color is the perfect accent filler and compliment to a container decoration. Cup Flower - Another of the filler varieties of flower, the Cup Flowers are quite dainty and soft. Their blooms and plentiful and can actually spill over a container grow down to the ground. Lilies - These are a popular and longtime favorite flower variety. With their large trumpet shaped blooms and amazing scent, they make for a regal 4th of July decoration. Beautiful Blue or Voilet Flower Varieties Victoria Blue Salvia - A great addition to a 4th of July patriotic container, this plant displays gorgeous tall flowers. Their bluish hue makes for the perfect complement to the red and white. Also, they add height to the flower container. Gentian Sage - This flower is the most accurate blue of most flowers. You will not find violet accents. They also are flexible in that they do well in both full sun and partial shade. Browallia - Place these in partial shade. They have a classic five-petal appearance the makes any container of mixed flowers look amazing. Many people combine them with wax begonias and cup flowers. Floss Flower - Very similar to the Queen Anne’s Lace. The Floss Flower also [...]

By |2022-06-30T14:43:59+00:00June 30th, 2022|Categories: 4th of July Flowers, Floral Design, Mayfield Florist, Same Day Delivery, Same Day Flower Delivery, Tucson Flower Shop, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Shop with Mayfield Florist and Find Fresh Flowers to Celebrate the 4th of July

Mayfield Florist offers Summer Festive Flowers and Plants

Mayfield Florist provides same day flower delivery service to Cholla High School. Hooray that wonderful season of Summer arrives on June 21st! Get ready and celebrate the season by purchasing Summer Flowers and Plants from Mayfield Florist.  Our arrangements are great for inside your home and outside on your patio. Flowers and Plants are a great way to get into the spirit of the season and to make your home beautiful. Our very skilled and passionate floral designers at Mayfield Florist have been busy creating festive and dazzling arrangements to help you celebrate Summer!  Flowers make every summertime celebration better.  Whether you are taking your party to the lake, lounging by your backyard pool or serving dinner on the patio with your favorite music, visit us at Mayfield Florist to purchase your flowers. They will surely add that special elegance to your home. Even though summer is the hottest of the four seasons, for many people it is their favorite time of year. A time for summer breaks from school, vacations with family and many outside activities.  In the Northern Hemisphere, summer is defined as the months of June, July and August. However, in the Southern Hemisphere summer occurs during the months of December, January and February. The summer solstice is the moment the Sun travels its greatest distance through the sky. This day of course has the most daylight of any other day in the year and therefore referred to by many as the longest day of the year. This actually marks the beginning of the astronomical summer, but we have already felt the warmer temperatures of summer for several weeks. July is typically the hottest day of the year because there is about a one-month lag between the solstice and the hottest temperatures. As you shop for summer flowers and plants, below are some popular varieties to consider: Sunflowers - These are beautiful in a vase. Our Sunflowers are shipping directly from growers and are picked before insects or other conditions have caused any damage. Daisies - The Daisy Flower is long lasting and a family member of the Chrysanthemum. There are many varieties and colors. Daisies make great bouquets and look nice in a garden. Roses - There are countless varieties of roses. Our roses are fresh and beautiful. Nothing smells better than a fresh rose bouquet inside or on the patio. Daylily - Flowers of the Daylily come in several colors and have ruffled petals. They require full sun. Cuphea - Frequently referred to as the firecracker plant, the Cuphea is a hummingbird magnet. It has bright red and orange flowers and does best in full sun. Marigold - Needing full sun, the Marigold is a longtime favorite flower. It is very durable and resists insects. Fan Flower - A wonderful spillover plant, the Fan Flower needs full sun. It produces lovely flowers in colors of pink, purple and white. Ranunculus - Resembling roses and peonies, the Ranunculus requires full sun. In extreme cold the bulbs [...]

By |2022-06-21T21:33:34+00:00June 21st, 2022|Categories: Arizona Floral Design, Mayfield Florist, Plants, Same Day Flower Delivery, Summer Flowers, Tucson Flower Shop, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Mayfield Florist offers Summer Festive Flowers and Plants

Send Dad the Finest Father’s Day Floral Gifts from Mayfield Florist

Mayfield Florist No doubt you are anticipating and want to be ready for Father's Day on June 19th! The best action is to shop with Mayfield Florist for fresh and festive Father's Day Floral Gifts.  We have multiple varieties of flowers and plants that are popular for Father's Day. Flowers are a wonderful gift for dad. However, if you would prefer a Green or Flowering Plant, we offer an excellent selection designed just for Father's Day. Father's Day Brief History In 1915, a member of the Lions Club introduced the concept of Father's Day. The preference was for the day to occur on the third Sunday in June. The Lions Club International elected to give him the official designation as the "Originator of Father's Day" and he continued the quest to promote Father's Day as an official holiday. After receiving numerous requests for a special day to honor fathers, in 1916, President Wilson proclaimed a day should be recognized as a federal holiday. This was during a speech he gave in Spokane at a Father's Day celebration. However, when the concept reached Congress, it was denied. The majority of the members in Congress were concerned that it would become too commercialized, and the true meaning would be all about companies profiting. President Coolidge suggested a recognition for Father's Day in 1924. Then in 1957, Senator Margaret Chase Smith spoke out that Congress had been ignoring fathers for over 40 years and had only been honoring mothers. Then in 1966 the first proclamation of Father's Day was issued by President Lyndon B. Johnson. It was declared that the day to honor all fathers would be the third Sunday in June. This became a permanent holiday in 1972 when President Richard Nixon signed it into law. Popular Father's Day Floral Gifts Orange Lilies - These nice flowers are used to symbolize Peace, Harmony, Wealth and Joy. White Roses - Show dad that you honor him for his honor, reverence and spirituality by giving him White Roses. Yellow Roses - If you want dad to have joy and cheer, the Yellow Roses are perfect. This is because the yellow rose's bright color symbolizes the warmth of a sunny day and friendship. Peperomia - These are sometimes called radiator plants and are very hardy. They do not grow taller than one foot and have sturdy waxy leaves. Spider Plant - Sprouting delicate white flowers this plant from Africa makes a great hanging plant. Moth Orchid - These Orchids have a long life and are native to Southeastern Asia. They display butterfly - shaped flowers. Its relative is the Moon Orchid which is also very hardy. Lucky Bamboo - Very easy to grow, these plants are said to bring prosperity to the home. Zebra Plant - For a small space in the home, The Zebra Plant is often chosen. It is from Brazil and has a spiky appearance with white bands on the leaves. Aloe Vera - Most people know this plant has healing properties. [...]

The Best National Best Friends Day Flowers in Tucson are at Mayfield Florist

Mayfield Florist provides same day flower delivery service to Rincon High School When we have a "best friend" or friends it is a fortunate thing and you want to show appreciation. Whether the person is a life long friend since childhood or someone you met later in life, regardless, this person is an important part of your life and brings you great joy and happiness. One nice way to celebrate National Friends Day on June 8th is to send a fresh flower bouquet from Mayfield Florist. We have fresh and festive National Best Friends Day Flowers. The history behind the origination of this day is that in 1935 Congress decided this was a significant enough cause to declare June 8th as National Friends Day. In addition, Congress wisely selected the summer season as the best time to desiginate this special day. This season is typically the best time weather wise and schedule wise for people to celebrate. Reasons for celebrating National Best Friends Day are pretty obvious. These people are special in your life and you want them to know you appreciate them. However, like many other occasions or life events, there are some research studies that indicate there are health reasons for celebrating. For example, studies have shown that 22% of people have a longer live span when they have a group of close friends. Of course there is a relationship to depression and anxiety as people who spend time with their friends generally have less of these issues. There are many ways to celebrate with a friend for National Best Friends Day and many things you can do to make them feel special. Below are a few: Send Flowers - Obviously our favorite. Our Floral Designers have created beautiful bouquets that are sure to brighten anyone's day! Send a Card - Cards are always a welcome thing to receive. Plus a handwritten note means you took the time to express your feelings about the deep friendship you share. Phone Call -  In today's fast paced world with Social Media and Texting, taking the time to call someone directly can mean so much. Take the time to call your best friend and let them know you are thinking about them. Meet for Coffee - Contact you friend and set up a time to meet at the local Coffee Bar. Laugh and reminisce or just talk about what is going on in your lives. If coffee is not a favorite, there is always brunch, lunch or dinner. Gift Surprise - Even the smallest gift means you took the time to shop for your best friend. Post a Photo - Regarding Social Media, there are plenty of platforms where you can post a favorite photo of you and your best friend. Maybe it is at a place you both shared great memories like a beach vacation, cruise or wedding etc.   Sunflower Simplicity A classic arrangement of nine sunflowers combined with yellow accent flowers and arranged in a clear glass vase. [...]

Shop with Mayfield Florist for National Rose Month

Mayfield Florist has the best red roses in Tucson and was Voted Best Florist in Tucson Arizona Mayfield Florist is the best florist to purchase roses from in the Tucson area. We have roses of all types and colors.  This June is National Rose Month and is the perfect time to shop with Mayfield Florist. Not only do we offer roses, but we also have many other varieties of flowers and plants to choose from. Recently, I was provided with a sensational article regarding roses that was written by the Chairman of the Society of American Florists. There is so much great information in the article, and it is so relevant for National Rose Month that I wanted to share it. Roses are the most popular flower in the world, with over a billion stems sold annually. Over 250 million are produced for Valentine’s Day alone. They are popular because of their beautiful colors, shape and petal structure, as well as their lovely fragrance. While many landscape roses have 5 petals, hybrid tea roses, those produced for commercial cutting, can have up to 40 petals. Best of all, there are always new varieties to discover with over 150 rose species and thousands of fabulous cultivars. June is National Rose Month, a perfect time for me to share with you some of my favorite varieties, not ranked, because they are simply too beautiful to pick a favorite. Alabaster is a breathtaking, off-white rose with many soft, delicate petals. Catalina warms my soul with creamy yellow petals that reveal sunshine as they open. Ashley is a luscious pink rose that is not too pale and not too bold. Juliet captivates me with a very interesting petal structure and perfect peach color. Miyabi Wabara is a pink rose with a peach heart and wonderfully ruffled petals. Free Spirit combines yellow, peach and pink in its countless petals. Just WOW! I am often asked how to care for cut roses and respond with a few tips: Keep the water clean. Bacteria is our primary enemy and you can limit bacterial growth by rinsing the vase daily and refilling with water. Cut stems with a knife or very sharp pruners. Dull scissors will pinch the Xylem and Phloem closed and restrict the uptake of water. Use the flower food provided by your florist. The old wives' tales about aspirin and pennies are lore and not based on any science. The food is most essential during the first two water changes, so do not worry if you run out. If a rose wilts prematurely, do not trash it. Simply give it a fresh cut and submerge the entire rose in warm water for an hour or so. It will rehydrate and look great for many additional days. Fun fact: Most of the world’s cut roses are grown in the mountains of Colombia and Ecuador. The altitude and proximity to the Equator means lots of year-round sunshine and the perfect combination of temperature and humidity. Also, please [...]

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