Beneva Flowers & Gifts

Beneva Flowers & Gifts

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Baby Shower Flowers Inspired by Popular Children’s Books

Hosting a baby shower for an expected little one should be done with a fun, whimsical, child-like look and feel. What better way to celebrate your favorite mom-to-be and her baby than with her favorite childhood storybook?! As she looks… Read More about Baby Shower Flowers Inspired by Popular Children’s Books »

It’s Time to Drop These Plant and Flower Care Myths

Having plants and flowers in our living space is a great way to refresh our homes every season, brighten the rooms throughout our house, and lift our spirits. The benefits of being surrounded by beautiful flowers and healthy green plants… Read More about It’s Time to Drop These Plant and Flower Care Myths »

A Guide to Enjoying Fall Flowers and Fall Colors

You know the fall season is upon us when the leaves begin to transform from green to rich hues of red, orange, yellow, and purple. Not to be upstaged by foliage, plenty of flowering plants are in bloom during the… Read More about A Guide to Enjoying Fall Flowers and Fall Colors »

Pet-Friendly Plants and Flowers Perfect for Your Home

While there is a vast number of flowers and plants that are pet-friendly, it is always a smart idea to ensure the ones you bring home are safe and nontoxic to furry friends. Vibrant greens, cheerful blooms, and loving fur… Read More about Pet-Friendly Plants and Flowers Perfect for Your Home »

Blooming Winter Plants to Enjoy

As the colder months settle in around us, it’s easy to miss our spring and summer gardens. However, you can still enjoy the beauty of flowers, even during winter. There are plenty of varieties of blooming plants that continue to thrive during the winter. The floral designers at Beneva Flowers have chosen some of our favorites to highlight for you. Maybe you’ll find a new favorite this winter, too! Read More about Blooming Winter Plants to Enjoy »
Posted by beneva on December 16, 2019 | Last Updated: November 5, 2020 Flowers Plants