Macy’s annual spring Flower Show opens March 25

Renee Minus White | 3/22/2018, 11:19 a.m.
Beginning Sunday, March 25, 2018, to April 8, 2018, Macy’s Herald Square will open their annual Flower Show at their ...
Macy's Flower Show displays from 2017

Beginning Sunday, March 25, 2018, to April 8, 2018, Macy’s Herald Square will open their annual Flower Show at their 34th Street Herald Square location and two other flagship locations in the New York City Area. Their Once Upon a Springtime themed show welcomes spring 2018 with an enchanted array of flora and fauna displays throughout the stores. The flowers, colors, designs and displays are amazing! Some of the flowers have good scents, too.

You will enjoy a magical trip through Macy’s Department Store’s fantastic world of magic, imagination and wonder. Once Upon a Springtime opens the first chapter of spring with beautiful flower displays. This iconic store’s transformation into enchanted gardens shows how the beauty and renewal of the spring season meets the whimsy of a fairytale journey. It’s an amazing journey through fairy land, right here in New York City.

For more than 70 years, Macy’s Flower Show has delighted generations of floral aficionados with over-the-top presentations of lavish gardens that showcase millions of live flowers, plants and trees from around the globe. Native to many different landscapes, Macy’s Flower Show features floral material blooming in unison despite their unique climatic DNA. There will be grand bridges and columns.

This year’s themed celebration will bring to floral life an original twist on the classic fairytales, creating a world of personified flora and fauna, princesses, evil queens, fairy godmothers and noble knights that lead to a wondrous journey.

In Harlem, the Franz James Floral Boutique, located at 2114 Frederick Douglass Blvd., offers custom designed floral arrangements and exotic flowers that can be created in a vase in a matter of minutes. They also deliver anywhere in NYC. Is there an art to floral designs? According to James, “There is an art in arranging flowers which calls for balance, texture, color and feel.” Most flowers that are purchased from a store are already cut. So, there’s no need to recut new flowers at home, unless you are creating a special arrangement. For orders, call 212-531-1400, visit www.FJFLORAL.com or email FJFLORAL@verizon.net.