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Flowers and the Artistry of Design

The passion to create has inspired people since the beginning of time. Each culture has contributed to the history of design, and the artists of each era have used the beauty of flowers to imagine great works of art. In modern times, flowers remain among the most prolific decorations for all of life's special events – and one of the most popular gifts to express love and affection. At Crouch Florist, we appreciate the skill and talent of our design professionals, making Knoxville more beautiful with every bouquet and arrangement they imagine. National Floral Design Day, celebrated on February 28th, was instituted to pay tribute to the late Carl Rittner, who founded the School of Floral Design in Boston. His goal was to further the education and professionalism of florists across the country - and to elevate floral design to an art form. Many of the floral experts working today have benefitted from his legacy.  Read More about Flowers and the Artistry of Design »
Posted by Crouch Florist on February 6, 2017 | Last Updated: February 8, 2017 Floral Design

Knoxville Valentine’s Day Gifts and Flowers

There is no denying that Valentine's Day is the king of the romantic holidays.  From the couple tentatively walking into a new relationship to the spouses celebrating many decades together, this day symbolizes the very special emotions and sentiments that only love can inspire. No matter where you find yourself in the grand adventure that is love and romance. the professional floral designers at Crouch Florist have the perfect bouquets and arrangements that will express your devotion. After all, we've been providing the flowers for Knoxville love stories for over 150 years. Did You Know? Over 224 million roses will be grown and cultivated solely for the Valentine's Day holiday. Read More about Knoxville Valentine’s Day Gifts and Flowers »
Posted by Crouch Florist on February 1, 2017 | Last Updated: February 6, 2017 Flowers Holidays Roses Valentine's Day