One of the biggest celebrations of the summer season is July 4th, a time when the entire country comes together to celebrate the unique freedoms in our nation. Whether you are hosting the party or headed to someone else’s gathering, the addition of patriotic flowers is a great way to set the mood. July Fourth flowers can be comprised of any blooms which exhibit the red, white and blue – and the possibilities for gorgeous bouquets are many! Come to Billy Heroman’s Flowers for great ideas, or shop our collection here. Continue reading
Summer time is all about the colors – vivid and vibrant colors that brighten every occasion and gathering. Whether you are planning a casual barbecue for family and friends or a sophisticated backyard soiree for colleagues, Billy Heroman’s Flowers can provide the summer bouquets and seasonal flowers that are perfect for any ambiance. How will you decorate your summer table? It’s as easy as giving us a call. Let us know what you are planning, and we’ll help with the colorful designs that will make it a memorable occasion. Continue reading
June is National Rose Month, which gives us the opportunity to officially tell the world how much we love roses. Roses are not only the most popular flowers for all occasions, but they also have a very interesting story. This month, in honor of the classic rose, we offer some fun facts and trivia that you may not have known.
And if you are looking to send some roses to someone you love, start at Billy Heroman’s Flowers. For National Rose Month and year-round, we have the most beautiful blooms in Baton Rouge. Continue reading
If there is one thing we love about the springtime in Baton Rouge, it is the vivid color that is seen everywhere you look. With the season in full swing, Billy Heroman’s Flowers & Gifts is designing with vibrant late-spring blooms that exhibit all of the joy of this time of year. From tropical flowers to sunflowers, we believe the brighter the design, the better! Whether you are looking to commemorate a birthday, anniversary, or graduation – or simply would like to bring the magic of spring into your living room – we have the most beautiful late spring florals and designs in town.
Did You Know? The “common sunflower” is anything but common – this versatile flower can grow to heights of 12 feet or more, and is used for food, medicine, birdseed, oils, and more. Continue reading
Spring is the season for corsage flowers – for spring dances, proms, graduation ceremonies, or even Mother’s Day! There are so many reasons at this time of year to buy someone special some gorgeous wearable flowers, whether a traditional corsage or a beautiful wristlet – and Billy Heroman’s Flowers has the freshest roses, orchids, lilies, and more.
Did You Know? The word corsage is of French origin, and means ‘the bodice of a dress’. Early on, the flowers pinned to the dress were called ‘bouquet de corsage’, but the term was eventually shortened. Continue reading
During World War II, the need arose for administrative personnel who could lend their skills and expertise to the general economy. Before long, the National Secretaries’ Association formed to recognize these hard-working individuals and the contributions they made to our nation’s commerce. Now known collectively as Administrative Professionals, these skilled individuals help businesses and organizations everywhere run efficiently, contributing to the overall success of the business and to the national economy at large. As we approach Administrative Professionals Week, Billy Heroman’s Flowers & Gifts has some excellent suggestions designed to show your administrative professionals appreciation for the work they do every day. Continue reading
“I must have flowers always and always!” – Claude Monet
One of the greatest artists of all time knew that life is just more beautiful with flowers. And while Monet used flowers as inspiration for great works of art, we use beautiful Easter flowers as our medium to create artistic holiday designs you’ll love. Spring flowers exhibit vivid colors and a fresh vibe that we just can’t get enough of – so whether you are looking for gorgeous Easter decor or the perfect gift, check out Billy Heroman’s Flowers & Gifts Easter collection. Continue reading
April birthdays have a very special representative in the diamond birthstone. This traditional gem expresses significant meaning for those born in April, symbolic of everlasting and dedicated love. From ancient times, the diamond has been thought to bring better relationships and an increase in inner strength to those who wear it. Although you won’t find diamonds at Billy Heroman’s Flowers & Gifts, you can choose a beautiful bouquet of white and off-white flowers that will effectively represent the diamond birthstone well. Continue reading
Annually, there are nearly 4 million dogs and puppies entering shelters across the country, and latest statistics indicate that half of them will not make it out alive. National Puppy Day was first observed in 2007 when animal advocates established the day to shine a light on the problems of overpopulation, overbreeding, and over-crowded shelters. They still hope to educate the public on these issues while encouraging all prospective pet owners to adopt a rescue animal – and quite literally save a life
We’ve barely put away the Mardi Gras decor and we’ve got another great reason to celebrate – and use a lot of left-over green beads! The Wearin’ of the Green Parade takes place here in Baton Rouge on March 18th, one day after the official holiday. But why do we celebrate this day anyway? Both a cultural phenomenon and a religious observance, the date was originally established as a Catholic feast day, but has grown into a celebration of all things Irish. Whether to show off your own Irish flair or to send a token to your Celtic friends, Billy Heroman’s Flowers & Gifts is the place to call for the most beautiful and unique green florals in town.
Did You Know? St. Patrick was not Irish, he was born to a family in Great Britain. As a young man, he was kidnapped by pirates and was held captive in Ireland. After his release, he became a priest and returned to Ireland to be a missionary to the local Celtic druid peoples. Continue reading