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Our Top 10 Favorite Songs About Flowers

Flowers and nature are an inspiration in many ways. This inspiration is usually expressed in a visual form and the musical representation is often overlooked. Pull out your earbuds and get ready to listen to some of our favorite flower-inspired songs! [Read more…]

Flower Spotlight: Zinnia

The zinnia is an annual found more often in the garden than in a flower shop. They resemble a cross between a daisy and a dahlia and come in brilliant hues. Hardy and drought resistant, they are an enduring flower with great beauty. [Read more…]

Memorial Day and Flowers

Memorial Day is often overlooked as a remembrance day. It is more often seen as the unofficial start to summer. Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day is a day for us to honor all those who have given their lives while serving their country. We have some answers for questions you may have regarding sending flowers for Memorial Day. [Read more…]

May Card Messages ’17

Mother’s Day has passed, but if you forgot to send your mom flowers, you still have some time! We have a few card messages that can make up for that forgetfulness. May is also a month to honor our military and those we have lost. [Read more…]

3 Ideas for Graduation Flowers with Flair

Add some flair to your graduate’s big day with these fun flower ideas! From a new spin on decorating their cap to a classic gift that never gets old, these ideas will help them turn their tassel in style. [Read more…]

5 Reasons to Send Flowers: Mother’s Day Edition

Mother’s Day isn’t the only reason to send flowers in May. You also have Memorial Day (May 29th) and National Nurses Day (May 6th), among others. However, we decided to give you a special edition of 5 Reasons to Send Flowers that features a few reasons why we think you should send your mom flowers this Mother’s Day. [Read more…]

Multicultural Wedding Flowers

Flowers and weddings go together like brides and grooms. Long before the elaborate floral displays you see at modern weddings, brides would use herbs in their bouquets as well as other wildflowers and plants found in nature. Just like each bride is unique, there are certain cultural aspects to wedding flowers that are also unique. Jewish, Indian, Chinese, and Greek weddings are just a few examples. [Read more…]

Pets and Plants

 

Plants and flowers are great for the home and outdoors. They help purify the air, can repel pests, and also brighten up living spaces and yards. When it comes to plants and pets, some may choose not to have plants in the home or in their landscaping because of the potential risk to their pet. If you want to have your pet and plants too, check out this list of 5 plants and flowers that are okay to have around pets and which ones you should keep away. [Read more…]

5 Arrangements for Saying Thank You on Administrative Professionals Day

Administrative professionals are the metaphorical glue that holds most businesses together. To some, they may only be the smiling face behind a desk or on the phone, but to many, they are the organizers and keepers of many tasks. Helping a business run smoothly is no easy feat.

While we should always be thankful for our administrative staff, Administrative Professionals Week and, especially, Administrative Professionals day are an opportunity to celebrate their hard work. Flowers are one way to show your appreciation. Here are 5 of our favorites! [Read more…]

Flower Spotlight: Iris

Irises are a unique flower. Their distinct shape makes them a welcome addition to floral arrangements, and their range of colors makes them a welcome site in flower gardens. There are more than 200 species of iris and they can be found in all corners of the globe.

Origin and Symbolism

The iris has a rich history, dating back to ancient Greece and Egypt. It is named after the Greek messenger goddess, Iris, whose name roughly translates to “rainbow,”  and is very fitting for a flower that comes in almost every color. [Read more…]