Floral Studio

336 East 13th Street

New York, NY 10003

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Caring For Your Floral Arrangement

Caring for your floral arrangement

When we get a new flower arrangement for an anniversary, birthday, special event or just because we’re so excited! Within minutes we have them proudly displayed in our best vase where all eyes can see and look on with envy. However, sometimes that pride can be short lived and flowers wither away quickly. We want… Continue Reading »

Celebrate Fall With Gorgeous Floral Arrangements

Gorgeous Fall Arrangements

Wave goodbye to summer, because it is time to celebrate fall with gorgeous floral arrangements! Here at Floral Studios, we absolutely the fall season. All of the bright colors, the upcoming holiday season, and sweater weather are just a few of our favorite things about this time of year. We cannot believe how fast this… Continue Reading »

The Recuperative Benefits of Flowers

The Recuperative Benefits of Flowers

The Recuperative Benefits of Flowers Flowers provide us with enjoyment, visual pleasures, and the vibrant reminder of life in full exuberance. Thus we often think first of sending a floral arrangement when a loved one is staying in a healthcare environment. When a friend or relative is unwell or recovering, their recuperation is your priority. Visitors… Continue Reading »

Welcome Spring Babies with Spring Flowers!

Welcome Spring Babies with Spring Flowers

Spring is here! It is in the soft warm scents of budding trees and flowers on the breeze, in the awakening of animals from their long hibernation and in the melting of snow to reveal the new shoots of grass. We see evidence of life returning everywhere. Despite the pure happiness we feel with the… Continue Reading »

Sending Cheerful Spring Flower Arrangements to NYC Hospitals

Send Spring to a NYC Hospital

When you’ve got a relative, friend, or colleague in one of New York’s hospitals, you want to do everything you can to cheer them up and speed their healing. March is a hard time to be stuck in a hospital bed: through the window, you can see the last traces of winter slipping away and… Continue Reading »