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Tuesday November 25th 2014

Perfect Flowers For Celebrating Thanksgiving

Photo via: julie (Flickr)

All around the world throughout history, different civilizations have had festivals of thanksgiving, generally revolving around the harvest which often occurred in fall. The first Thanksgiving in the United States in 1621 was also a type of festival celebrating the harvest and took place between September 21 and November 11. It is not surprising then that the most popular Thanksgiving flowers tend to be traditional fall flowers, or flowers that feature fall colors, and bloom at the same time as the harvest. One thing is certain about the different thanksgivings through time and cultures: they always have been a time to celebrate with friends and family.

Posted by Ava Rose in Holiday Flowers
Wednesday October 29th 2014

The Best Flowers For Halloween

With Halloween approaching, why not celebrate the season by decorating with Halloween flowers? For those of you who prefer to decorate in a more autumnal manner, using Halloween colors and fall accessories are both great ways to celebrate Halloween. For those looking to scare the pants off of guests, I have a few ideas for you as well. I also have a list of some naturally spooky and bizarre flowers that any Halloween lover will appreciate. Using floral centerpieces and bouquets to decorate for Halloween is a wonderful way to showcase your creative talents and add a natural touch to your home.

Posted by Ava Rose in Holiday Flowers
Thursday May 8th 2014

Popular Flowers To Honor Those Who Have Served Our Country On Memorial Day

This year, as you celebrate the Memorial Day weekend with barbecues and time off spent with family, don't forget to honor the fallen soldiers in your life. Memorial Day is yet another holiday with a fascinating history. As early as ancient times, Greeks and Romans decorated graves of the dead with flowers, and laying wreaths on graves signaled high honors. Memorial Day as we know it was formerly known as Decoration Day and began during the Civil War; it is said that Southern women were decorating the graves of fallen Confederate soldiers as early as 1861. By the twentieth century, Memorial Day honored all fallen soldiers. Today, we still celebrate Memorial Day by putting flowers on the graves of our fallen soldiers who have fought for our freedom. Flowers for Memorial Day tend to be red, white, and blue, the colors of our country; here are twelve of the most popular.

Image via Flickr by Jackie

Posted by Ava Rose in Holiday Flowers
Tuesday April 15th 2014

6 Popular Flowers for Easter

Spring is here and Easter is just around the corner, and along with Easter comes the blooming of many beautiful spring flowers; maybe that why so many spring flowers are associated with Easter; however, some flowers are considered Easter flowers for deeper reasons. In my family, flowers were always a big part of the Easter celebration and I have always automatically associated the holiday with flowers. I never stopped to think about why certain flowers are always given and used for Easter-have you? Here are six popular flowers for Easter and some interesting history behind them.

1. Easter Lily

The quintessential Easter flower is of course the Easter lily. I remember bringing my grandmother a pot or bouquet of Easter lilies every Easter. Why is the Easter lily such a popular Easter flower? It does not naturally bloom at Easter time, after all. It turns out this flower is full of religious symbolism and there are many religious myths about it. The Easter lily bulb is said to represent Christ's tomb, while the flower emerging from it represents Christ's arising from the dead. The flower is symbolic of love, hope, and purity. There is a myth that lilies grew where drops of Christ's blood fell as he hung on the cross.

Image via Flickr by Joe deSousa

Posted by Ava Rose in Holiday Flowers
Friday February 7th 2014

The 5 most Popular Flowers for Valentine's Day

Famous writer Emma Goldman once said "I'd rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck", and I would have to agree with her, especially on Valentine's Day. For centuries giving flowers has been a way to communicate emotions. Red roses were believed to be the favorite flower of Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beauty, thus they became symbolic of love and passion. They became popular Valentines flowers in the 17th century and continue to be the most popular Valentines Day flowers today, but there are other flowers that make great Valentine's Day gifts as well.

Flowers: The Universal Language of Love


With 10 million, mostly red, sold each year on this holiday these flowers still hold strong. Roses excite the senses with their intoxicating scent, soft, velvety petals, and beauty-I don't think there is any gift more sensual than a rose. In the language of love, red roses symbolize passionate love, pink symbolize admiration and appreciation, and lavender symbolize enchantment and love at first sight; of course, there are many more colors, each with a different meaning.

Image via Flickr By Valdiney Pimenta

Posted by Ava Rose in Holiday Flowers
Wednesday May 1st 2013

Mother's Day

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Tuesday December 18th 2012

Christmas Vase Arrangements of the Month

Vase Arrangement of the Month

Surprise your friends and family this Christmas, once with an initial bouquet, and then, just when they think your gesture was a one time occurrence, they get another! It truly is the gift that keeps on giving month after month as vase arrangements are among the best gifts for Christmas.

When searching for a nice flower arrangement to send as a gift, one of the best options are the Vase Arrangements of the Month. These arrangements are specially designed to suit this time of the year and even have a Christmas holiday arrangement included in the deal. They’re very convenient, and can help you find an easy solution to finding the best gifts for Christmas this year.

Posted by Justin Cerciello in Holiday Flowers
Friday December 14th 2012

Christmas Amaryllis Plants

Amaryllis Plant

Dubbed as the “Bell Flower of Christmas”, Amaryllis is a blooming plant that is closely associated with the holidays. A bulbous plant that has two species, it took it's name after the Greek Shepherdess, Amaryllis. It is best known for its large, bell-shaped flowers that are available in a wide range of hues and shades. The Amaryllis is also commonly referred to as the Hippeastrum, Naked Lad, and Resurrection Lily, although they are only distantly related to the actual lily.

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Tuesday December 11th 2012

Top 5 Christmas Business Gifts

FTD Holiday Wishes Bouquet

With Christmas just around the corner, the need to find the best Christmas gifts for coworkers is quickly becoming more and more pressing to those who have yet to complete their holiday shopping. To avoid the holiday rush, shopping online for your Christmas flowers can be your best bet.

If you’re thinking of using fresh flowers as Christmas gifts, then you'll find flower deliveries among the most convenient of options.  The only thing you need to know is the actual items that you’ll be sending out to the people that you work with. For those of you who are in a hurry and do not have the time to shop around, here’s a short list of the top five best Christmas business gifts that you can send to coworkers or employees:

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Friday December 7th 2012

Christmas Poinsettia Plant

Poinsettia PlantEvery year, when the Christmas season comes around, people usually find themselves soaked with twinkling lights and red and green lushness. The holidays are pretty uniform this way, especially with the use of specific flowers as Christmas ornaments.  Take the poinsettia, for example. These gorgeous plants are easily one of the best selling florist products during the Yuletide season.

For those who are not very familiar with Christmas plants or flowers, there is actually a good reason for why Poinsettias are found just about everywhere during Christmas time. For one, this time of the year is when Poinsettias actually bloom; around the month of December. And with these plants being completely covered in red and green foliage, Poinsettias are easily associated with this happy holiday season.

Posted by Justin Cerciello in Holiday Flowers