Gordon Boswell

Gordon Boswell

1919-2019 Its Our 100 YEAR Anniversary! Serving Fort Worth

Show American Reverence Through Flowers On Memorial Day

With Memorial Day quickly approaching, we are thinking about ways to honor lost loved ones and pay tribute to those servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of our country. Show gratitude to these lost loved ones by sending or displaying beautiful patriotic flowers that reflect your American spirit and pride. The floral designers at Gordon Boswell Flowers have some amazing pieces that will remind you of the sacrifices made. Celebrate the lives that were lost and show American reverence through flowers on Memorial Day. Read More about Show American Reverence Through Flowers On Memorial Day »

A Weekend Of Poignant Tributes And Celebrations

Memorial Day is a time to remember and honor those soldiers who died in service to country, the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend and protect our nation. It's also a time to gather with friends and family, attending parades, ceremonies and grave sites. For many of us, that means a visit to Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, a beautiful resting place for our community's military. We will stroll through the memorial walkway and look out over Mountain Creek Lake, reflecting on the profound service so many of our local heroes gave and continue to give. Gordon Boswell joins you in honoring our country's finest this Memorial Day, and we also know that many of you will be gathering with friends and family to celebrate the fallen heroes you called your own. We'll be hosting backyard barbecues, potluck dinners and more to both commemorate our military connections and to embrace each other at the advent of summer. Read More about A Weekend Of Poignant Tributes And Celebrations »
Posted by gordonboswell on May 14, 2018 Flowers Memorial Day

Patriotic Memorial Day Flowers

"In Flanders fields the poppies blow between the crosses, row on row"  - In Flanders Fields, John McRae The popular war poem, which lamented the deaths of hundreds of soldiers in a battle during World War I, forever linked the red poppy and the traditions surrounding Memorial Day. Although the observance did not become an official U.S. holiday until 1971, "Decoration Day", as it was originally known, captured the hearts of Americans since the Civil War.  Read More about Patriotic Memorial Day Flowers »
Posted by gordonboswell on May 18, 2017 Memorial Day