Monday August 31, 2020 - by: Samantha
I love learning about and discussing the birth months of the people I am close to. Whether it be to discuss star signs or birthstones, there’s always something magical about the connections and revelations that are made. I was so excited to find out that there are flowers that are unique to each birth month.
Monday August 10, 2020 - by: Samantha
It's no secret that here at Westmount Florist we are crazy about flowers! Flowers are a feast for the eyes and soul. As mentioned in our previous blogs, just looking at flowers can have a positive impact on our mood and mental well being. Obviously having fresh flowers in your home at all times would be a dream come true however we understand that this might now be possible for everyone! This article if for all you flower lovers who want beautiful blooms in your home 24/7 but don’t want opt for a fresh delivery every week! In this post we will give you our top 10 floral coffee table books and the reasons why we love each of them!
Tuesday July 21, 2020 - by: Jen
One of the most requested flowers for Montreal flower delivery is the peony. Peonies are widely popular and are loved for their magnificent fragrance, large blooms and the variety of colors they grow in. Their large ruffled blooms are perfect for bouquets, table arrangements and floral crowns. Peonies are sought after by brides-to -be as they make the perfect addition to wedding bouquets and centerpieces. Bonus: They are also supposed to bring good fortune!
Tuesday June 9, 2020 - by: Samantha
It’s often tricky to decide on the perfect gift to give at an event or for an occasion. Of course, you could opt for the traditional bottle of wine, but then come the myriad of questions; “Which colour?”, “What kind”, and “Do they even drink wine?”. With such an array of tastes, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Enter, the flower delivery, the perfect gift for every occasion. Here at Westmount Florist, we could spend all day listing the reasons flower deliveries are so amazing to give and receive, but we know you don’t have all day, so we’ve narrowed it down to five.
Tuesday March 17, 2020 - by: Jen
The charm of the four leaf clover started as far back as the middle ages. The first literary reference to suggest their good fortune was back in 1620, by Sir. John Melton. Celtic priests used to carry shamrocks in their pockets to ward off evil spirits, and children believed they would bring magic and luck.