Billings, MT Florist

How Do I Care For My Orchid (Phalaenopsis) Plant?

If you live in a non-tropical area you may have wondered if you could even grow an orchid.  Well, you can!  Just follow these tips. Set the orchid in medium to bright light.  Avoid direct sunlight.  Ideally, the temperature should be between 62 - 77 degrees.  Provide...

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Roses, Roses, Roses…

June is National Rose Month.  Research has concluded that the rose is 35 million years old, but the Chinese began the cultivation of roses 5000 years ago.  The rose symbolizes both love and war.  Interesting, huh?  Our culture has associated love with the rose and it...

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The Origin of Mother’s Day

Have you ever wondered about the origin of Mother's Day?  The story begins with a daughter's determination to fulfill her mother's dream of honoring mothers on a specific day.  In 1907 on the second anniversary of her mother's death, Anna Jarvis held a small tribute...

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Easter Lilies

Easter sure is early this year, March 31st, about as early as it can be.  After more than 40 years in the floral business, Easter has always been about delivering fresh spring flowers and Easter lilies.  The traditional lily plant with the large white trumpet flower...

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Shamrock Plants

St. Patrick's Day is near and shamrocks are the popular plant for March.  They are an interesting plant with many varieties available and Magic City Floral stocks three of the varieties.  They all have pin wheel shaped leaves and small white or lavender blooms.  One...

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Fresh Flower Care Tips

So you just had flowers delivered to you, now what? Keep fresh flowers away from drafts and extreme temperatures, which can quickly dry out flowers and cause wilting. Avoid direct sunlight Flowers will last longer under cool conditions Place a moisture proof barrier...

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Magic City Floral

1848 Grand Avenue
Billings, Montana 59102

(406) 652-6960

(800) 628-3144

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Business Hours:

Mon – Fri: 9:00 to 5:00
Sat: 9:00 to 1:00 Sun: Closed

We are closed on following holidays: New Years Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.