Ron & Alicia Robinson Florist

Ron & Alicia Robinson Florist

Serving San Gabriel Valley | Family Owned Since 1972

Exude American Spirit on the Fourth of July

With the Fourth of July approaching quickly, it’s important to think about how you will decorate this year. Of course, red, white and blue will always exude American spirit and patriotism. We suggest using beautiful patriotic flowers for your decor, whether you display these blooms on your front porch, as centerpieces to your backyard barbecue, or simply throughout your home or office. Ron & Alicia Robinson Florist has some excellent patriotic blooms in our Fourth of July collection for you to choose from. Take a look and choose something perfect for your Independence Day this year. Read More about Exude American Spirit on the Fourth of July »
Posted by raflorist on June 21, 2019 Floral Design Flowers Holidays July 4th Roses Summer

Beautiful Patriotic Flowers For The 4th Of July

This month, we celebrate the birth of our nation and the liberty we have enjoyed ever since with our country’s Independence Day. Celebrated on July 4th, not only do we gather together for fireworks and picnics with friends and family, we also use this opportunity to express our gratitude to all the men and women who so valiantly serve our nation daily in our military. This year, Ron & Alicia Robinson Florist encourage you to send or bring a beautiful bouquet of flowers to a veteran or active-duty service person you know. Make this Independence Day one they won’t forget by letting them know we haven’t forgotten them. Read More about Beautiful Patriotic Flowers For The 4th Of July »
Posted by raflorist on June 24, 2018 Flowers July 4th

Red, White & Blue Flowers for Independence Day

For over 240 years, July 4th has been a day set apart to celebrate the unique freedoms that we have come to appreciate in the United States. But its beginnings were a little fuzzy - from John Adams publicly declaring that July 2nd was Independence Day, to the majority of the founding fathers not signing the Declaration of Independence until August 2nd. Still, the date written on the original document prevailed, and a nation was born. Did You Know? John Hancock was one of only two members of Congress who signed on July 4th - which explains his favored position on the document.  Read More about Red, White & Blue Flowers for Independence Day »
Posted by raflorist on June 22, 2017 July 4th