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Order flowers and gifts from Mystic Florist located in Somerville MA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 414 Mystic Ave, Somerville Massachusetts 02145 Zip. The phone number is (617) 666-3116. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Mystic Florist in Somerville MA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Mystic Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Mystic Florist
414 Mystic Ave
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jan 26, 2018

It's Valentine's Day put your heart into it

Joanna Hall, owner of The Flower Mill in downtown Lowell, is partnering with Union Square Donuts of Somerville to offer a unique gift for Valentine s Day this year flowers and a six-pack of specialty doughnuts. SUN/DAVID H. BROW For many couples, the same question creeps up every year as Feb. 14 approaches. What should we do for Valentine's Day? What do you get for the person your heart goes pitter-patter for?Here a few local ideas for you. Enjoy.Romantic dinner Cobblestones of Lowell and Moonstones in Chelmsford will be hosting what owner Scott Plath calls "Valentine's Week" with unique offerings at both restaurants.Plath said that every year, both restaurants see "a full house" on Valentine's Day itself, as well as on the weekends before and after. So with the big day falling on a Wednesday this year, they decided to make a week of it."We will run Valentine's Day specials for both weekends and the entire week because we know people's schedules are busy," he said.(COURTESY UNION SQUARE DONUTS)A glimpse of the chef's specials at both restaurants show some eclectic offerings.At Co... (Lowell Sun)

Mar 23, 2017

Somerville Horticulturist Helps to Nurture Plant Therapy Program in the Garden State

SOMERVILLE, NJ - A series of proclamations from federal, state and county legislators have planted the seeds to grow “Horticultural Therapy Week NJ” March 19-25.A proclamation from Rep. Leonard Lance (R-7),  resolutions from the New Jersey Senate and Assembly, and a proclamation from the Somerset County Freeholders were presented at a Feb. 28 meeting of the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders.New Jersey is the first in the nation to formally designate “Horticultural Therapy Week,” initially established by Congress in 2006 to celebrate the benefits of connecting people and plants.Sign Up for E-News“Designating a week each year to raise awareness of Horticultural Therapy is expanding opportunities for more people to take advantage of the many benefits it offers,” said state Sen. Christopher “Kip” Bateman (R-Somerset, Hunterdon, Mercer and Middlesex).“Horticultural Therapy is a time proven practice dating back centuries that’s helped countless people from children to seniors to ve...

Dec 22, 2016

Hip for the Holidays: On-Trend Advice from Somerville Experts

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Stressed out about entertaining during the holidays? If you follow the expert advice from these pros in Downtown Somerville, you’ll be able to focus on enjoying your gathering instead of wasting time worrying. Home Décor: Bring Nature Indoors “Rustic with an elegant twist” is the theme for many holiday tables and home decorations this year, according to Jillian McAlpine, the owner of Carousel of Flowers (15 W. Main Street). McAlpine added that this trend is popular with brides planning their wedding receptions and other party organizers this season, too. Sign Up for E-News “Natural, organic materials, plus lots of greenery, contribute to a no-fuss look that can be dressed up or down,” said to McAlpine. “Birch bark containers or decorative lanterns, filled with twinkling lights or votive candles, emphasize the theme while providing a pop of brightness.” Personal Styling: Natural Elegance The trend toward a natural look extends to popular holiday styles for hair and make...

Aug 29, 2016's Use of AlertSite by SmartBear Highlighted in ...

SOMERVILLE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SmartBear Software, the leader in software quality tools for teams, released the case study, “How AlertSite Helps 1-800-Flowers Deliver More Smiles with Fewer Headaches.” A floral and gourmet foods gift retailer and distribution company,, Inc. was one of the first retailers to use a 24x7 toll-free telephone number and the Internet for direct sales to consumers. The company’s brands include, The Popcorn Factory, Harry & David, Cheryl’s and others. SmartBear’s AlertSite is the best-in-class synthetic monitoring solution that monitors websites, APIs, mobile and SaaS applications from an independent network of over 340 monitoring nodes spread across the world and helps find and fix performance issues before they impact the end user. AlertSite allows to monitor its e-commerce websites and applications across multiple locations throughout the year. The value of a monitoring solution like AlertSi... (Business Wire )

Aug 15, 2016

Museum of Bad Art Brings Worst Art to Widest Audience

A recent visit to the museum’s Brookline gallery (other locations are Somerville and South Weymouth, Mass.) confirms the boast. The installations are often hilarious, the captions so tongue-in-cheek they’re laugh-out-loud funny. Museum of Bad Art founder Scott Wilson launched the project after rescuing a painting, Lucy in the Field with Flowers, from between two garbage cans on a Roslindale sidewalk. After collecting a few other terrible pieces, in 1994 he opened the first MOBA in the basement of a West Roxbury house. Public interest and word of mouth led to the creation of a gallery in the basement of the Dedham Community Theater, where the growing collection resided until 2008, when it moved to a basement space in the Somerville Theatre in Davis Square, “conveniently located just outside the men’s room.” The museum also has galleries in the offices of the Brookline Interactive Group and at the New England Wildlife Center in South Weymouth. MOBA’s collection currently totals about 600 pieces, but only a fraction are on display at any given time. The museum’s website notes that it is “only through the efforts of the worldwide Friends of MOBA that we have been able to carry out our mission: to bring the worst of art to the widest audience.” All submissions must pass through a rigorous review process (i.e., no children’s art or factory-made tourist pieces are considered). After a piece is accepted, the museum adds proper identification, including title, artist (if known), method of acquisition, and a humorous interpretation to complete the experience for patrons. MOBA’s collection can be viewed on its website, but trust us when we tell you that you can only fully appreciate the true magnitude of these masterpieces in person. Sunday on the Pot with George, a favorite, has been hailed as iconic...

Jul 27, 2016

Copley Square Farmers Market Offers Local Produce and More

The popular Somerville 7ate9 Bakery sells mini versions of its legendary cheesecakes along with cookies and other baked goods. To cool off, you’ll find refreshing maple mint tea courtesy of Cook’s Farm and a variety of coffee beverages from Granite Ledge Coffee. The Copley Square Farmers Market is operated by Mass Farmers Markets, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting area farmers and providing residents nutritious, locally grown and produced food. The Boston Copley Square Farmers Market, located at 139 St. James Ave., is open on Tuesdays and Fridays, May through November, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The market accepts cash, Visa and MasterCard, WIC checks, and EBT cards. A list of vendors can be found here. For more information, visit the market’s Facebook page, or contact Mass Farmers Markets via email or by phone at 781-893-8222. To get there via public transportation, take any MBTA Green Line trolley to Copley and walk across the street. Liz Vanderau can be reached at


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