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Father's Day

Having a hard time deciding on the perfect gift for dad? In Bloom can help! Send dad a artistically crafted floral tribute to show him how much you care. Perhaps your dad is the type that would prefer a gift basket filled with his favorite snacks! Whether your dad lives in Hinton, or clear across the country, we've got you covered!
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Grandparents Day

Show Grandma and Grandpa you care by sending the traditional gift of flowers this Grandparent's Day. From across the street to across the country, let us help you make their day as memorable and sweet as they are. Say "You are in our hearts & thoughts" with traditional flower favorites: lilies, roses, snapdragons & irises. Let us create something your grandparents will love and appreciate.
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National Boss Day

Say thank you this National Boss’s Day with beautiful flowers

Mentor, leader, advisor, head honcho; there are many titles that our boss has. Show your appreciation and tell them how much it means to be their employee. Tell them Happy Boss's Day with a festive bouquet of flowers.

What is a good present for my boss on National Boss's Day?

Buying for your boss can be tricky. You want to be professional but personal at the same time. Show them the affirmation they deserve with special office flowers!

Tell them how much you admire them with purple flowers, or select a classic arrangement of irises and lilies. Falling on October 16th, you can select a gorgeous fall flower arrangement that adds a bit of fun to any office.

What should I say on my National Boss's Day card?

When writing your National Boss's Day card, tell them how much you appreciate them. Everyone likes to hear a job well done; often, those in charge don't hear it as much as they should. Along with your arrangement, send a card that says just that. Tell them how much you look up to them and how they influence you every day.

Schedule an office delivery!

Order a professional arrangement today or network and find out what flowers are your boss’s favorite. No matter what you decide, we will deliver your arrangement to their office for you! Call or order online your National Boss's Day flowers today for the person who leads you to success.

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Sweetest Day

Sweetest Day is like a mix between Valentines Day and Thanksgiving. It’s a day to give thanks for those extra-sweet people in your life. The holiday originated with a candy store owner who wanted to bring cheer and some happiness to the lives of those who were often forgotten. A great way to celebrate Sweetest Day is by ordering a gift basket of sweet treats from In Bloom for your someone sweet.
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Halloween

Halloween brings out the kid (and 'spook') in all of us with jack-o'-lanterns, trick-or-treating, and lots of Halloween activities to enjoy. Your local florist, In Bloom of Hinton, is a great place to start for creative suggestions on Halloween flowers, party decorations, and haunted houses. Let us suggest some Halloween party flower ideas for kids, and maybe even a few tips grownup 'ghouls' will like too! Give your Halloween festivities a 'frightfully' fantastic look and feel with colorful flowers and fun Halloween floral decor from In Bloom.
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Thanksgiving (USA)

How do I take care of my flowers once they are delivered?

Now that you have your lovely flowers for the holiday season, you would like to preserve their beauty for as long as possible. We have provided some fresh flower care tips to help. If you are giving flowers to friends or family, feel free to share this page with them so that they will be able to care for their flowers soon after their delivery.

First things first
Most flowers are delivered with a plastic covering. Remove all plastic to all your flowers to breathe. Next, if your flowers are already in a vase or you have just placed them in a vase, refill the vase with fresh water. Your flowers will love the hydration.

Where you place your flowers can make a difference
It is best to avoid placing your flower in areas of extreme temperatures: windowsills, direct sunlight all day, or an overly hot room. These can cause wilting or dry out your flowers. Instead, place your flowers somewhere where they will be in cooler and more controlled conditions.

It is always good to prevent the possibility of ethylene gas reducing the life of your flowers. This can often come from placing flowers near fruit or cigarette smoke.

Maintaining your flower’s beautiful presentation
As your beautiful flowers are on display, check up on them and tend to them periodically over a series of days.

  • For vase arrangements, keep your vase filled with fresh water to provide them with proper hydration.
  • For basket arrangements, it is good to also provide them with hydration. We suggest daily fresh water hydration.
  • Anytime the water begins to become cloudy, change out the water. You will need to clean your vase with soap and water, rinse thoroughly, and then fill your vase back up with fresh water. Using soapy water rather than only rinsing can help remove bacteria that could cause your flowers to die more quickly.
  • Remove any strongly wilted contents: wilting leaves or stems. This will help you maintain a fresher and neater look.
  • Cut your stems at an angle using a sharp knife. We recommend cutting them one to two inches from the bottom of the stem. This will allow your flowers to hydrate and absorb the water properly. Using scissors to cut the stems is not recommended, as scissors can crush the stems and hinder the flower’s ability to drink water.
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Hanukkah

Eight perfect florals for Your Hanukkah Celebration.

A Hanukkah flower bouquet can add that special touch you are looking for in your Hanukkah decor. They also make a perfect hostess gift for your Festival of Lights host. With Hanukkah colors of blue and white, flowers can mean much more than what the eye sees.

1. Lilies

A white lily symbolizes purity and holiness and is often associated as the flower of Hanukkah.

2. Delphiniums

Symbolizing cheerfulness and goodwill, delphiniums are harmonious with the rest of your Hanukkah arrangements.

3. Blue Hydrangeas

The hydrangeas are a charming addition to a Hanukkah display representing gratitude, grace, and beauty.

4. Roses

White roses symbolize loyalty, purity, and innocence. They add a classical touch to any arrangement and provide a subtle dash of beauty to any room.

5. Alstroemeria

The alstroemeria is a symbol of grace and beauty and can be used to fill any vase. It looks great alone or as part of an arrangement.

6. Tulips

Elegant additions to a festive arrangement, white tulips can mean thank you in addition to perfect love.

7. Iris

Iris represent faith, hope, courage, wisdom, and admiration.

8. Carnations

white carnations are the perfect addition to any Hanukkah flower arrangement by filling in and adding volume to complete your festive decoration.

Order your Hanukkah flowers today

You can order online, by phone, or in person, whatever you are comfortable with. Our hours may vary so, please call us for our times. We offer both delivery and in-store pickup. In Bloom is here to assist you with any questions you have!

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Christmas

Where is In Bloom located?

In Bloom is located in Hinton, OK.

I have a few questions, how can I contact In Bloom?

Have questions regarding the details of an order, delivery, or other needs, please feel free to contact In Bloom at (405) 542-6578. We would be happy to assist you.

Schedule delivery now so you don't have to worry later.

We recommend placing your order as soon as possible. The sooner the better. By placing your order early and scheduling your future delivery in advance, you secure your selection. This will prevent any flower substitutions that you could experience if you placed your order in the thick of a high order volume time and limited supply.

The later your order is placed, the riskier your chances are to receive the exact florals you desire. During an order dense period of time, such as Christmas, specific flower supplies run low or go out of stock and the shop relies upon a new shipment to come in. This often results in flower substitutions when filling an order with a pressing time frame, due to a late order.

Provide yourself with assurance and peace of mind by placing your order earlier rather than later.

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Valentine's Day

How do I take care of my flowers once they are delivered?

Now that you have your stunning flowers, you would like to preserve their beautiful state for as long as possible. Below we have provided some fresh flower care tips to help guide you.

First things first
If your flowers came in plastic, you will need to remove the plastic wrapping as soon as possible. This allows for your flowers to breathe. Then provide fresh water for your flowers as soon as possible.

Where you place your flowers can make a difference
Avoid placing your flower arrangements near areas of extreme temperatures. This could include windowsills, direct sunlight all day, or an overly hot room. These factors can cause your flowers to dry out quickly or wilt. Most flowers last longer under cooler and controlled conditions. Avoid placing your flowers next to fruit or cigarette smoke. Ethylene gas can reduce the life of your flowers and be detrimental to their lifespan.

Maintaining a beautiful presentation
Keep your flowers looking fresh and displayed beautifully by tending to your flowers periodically.

  • Keep vase arrangements filled with fresh water. This allows the plants to drink up the water they need for proper hydration.
  • For basket arrangements, we suggest providing your flowers with daily fresh water.
  • Remember to switch out any cloudy water. You will want to fully clean the inside of your vase with soap and water, thoroughly rinse, and then refill the vase with new water. This will help remove any bacteria that could possibly harm your flowers and cause them to deteriorate more quickly.
  • As you notice leaves or stems wilting, remove the strongly wilted contents. This will help your flowers maintain a fresh and appealing appearance.
  • To help your flowers to maintain proper hydration, use a sharp knife to cut your stems. Cut the stems at an angle one to two inches from the bottom. This will help the flowers to absorb water. It is discouraged to use scissors to cut the flower stems. Scissors can crush the stems, preventing proper water absorption.
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Passover

Beautiful Passover Flowers

This Passover add a beautiful spring arrangement of blues and whites to your table.

Classic Passover Flowers

Classic Passover flowers of daisies, roses, violets, carnations, irises, tulips, and hyacinths make a beautiful Passover Seder centerpiece. Include spring flowers of daffodils and lilies to add a burst of happiness to your Passover meal. Blue and white are the most popular colors for the Jewish holidays. Include popular white flowers of calla lilies, roses, gardenias, and add touches of blue with delphinium, hydrangeas, and irises.

Perfect for Your Passover Host

If you are going to a family or friend's house for your Passover dinner, don't forget to bring your host a gift. A lovely flower arrangement makes the perfect addition to their seder table. Send flowers in advance to your Passover host so they can include them in their Passover decorations.

Order Early

Place your order early to ensure you get your favorite flowers, as spring is a busy season for the flower industry. We want to ensure your Passover florals are exactly what you want. Though we are located in Hinton we offer flower delivery to wherever your destination may be. Whether that is right up the road or the next state over, we are here to add that special touch to your celebration.

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Easter

What better way to celebrate Easter than with the candy-colors of springtime? Think you're too old for an Easter basket? Think again! Order a lush basket of Easter flowers from In Bloom for yourself or any bunny who needs a little pick-me-up! Whether your style is bright and cheery gerbera daisies or powdery pastel lilies, this Hinton florist has you covered!
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Admin Professionals Day

This year, for National Administrative Professionals’ Day give the gift of a beautiful flower arrangement. With beautiful spring blooms of pinks, reds, and yellows, one of our bouquets is sure to brighten any desk. Send a friendly array of gerberas, daisies, lilies, and more, all in a fun vase. Do you want to send them something a little extra? Add one of our gift baskets of fun goodies to your order. We can deliver them to your office, or schools for our education professionals or come pick it up yourself. No matter the destination, In Bloom can help.
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Mother's Day

How do I take care of my flowers once they are delivered?

As your mother is basking in the glory of her new beautiful florals, she will want to preserve that beauty for as long as possible. We have included a few fresh flower care tips to help. Feel free to send her this easy-to-follow guide once her flowers have been delivered.

First things first
If your flowers came in plastic wrapping, you would want to remove the plastic as soon as possible. This will allow the flowers to breathe. Secondly, you will want to give fresh water to your flowers to provide hydration. Place bouquets in a vase of appropriate size or fill your current vase with fresh water. If you need to, you can trim the stem’s ends to fit a vase you have. We recommend cutting flower stems at an angle with a sharp knife.

Where you place your flowers can make a difference
Avoid placing your flower arrangements near areas of extreme temperatures: windowsills, direct sunlight all day, or an overly hot room. Too much heat or sun exposure can cause your flowers to dry out quickly or wilt. Cooler and more controlled conditions will be best to help preserve the beauty of your flowers.

Avoid placing your flowers next to fruit or in the vicinity of cigarette smoke. These can produce ethylene gas which can reduce the life of your flowers and cause them to die more quickly.

Maintaining a beautiful presentation
Keep your flowers looking fresh and displayed beautifully by tending to your flowers periodically.

  • For vase arrangements, keep your vase filled with water. This allows the plants to drink the water they need and provides them hydration.
  • For basket arrangements, we suggest still adding daily fresh water to your flowers.
  • Anytime the water begins to become cloudy, change the water out with fresh water. It would be good to clean the inside of your vase during this change before placing your flowers back into the vase. Using soapy water can help remove bacteria that could cause your flowers to deteriorate more quickly. Then make sure you rinse your vase thoroughly.
  • As wilting leaves or stems occur, remove the strongly wilted contents to allow the fresher parts to be the center of attention.
  • Using a sharp knife, cut your stems at an angle one to two inches from the bottom of the stem. This will help your flowers better absorb water. We recommend avoiding using scissors to cut your flowers. Scissors can crush the stems and hinder the flower from being able to absorb the water.