22May 2019
May Gray Got You Down? Welcome Summer with These 5 Flowers

By the time May arrives, we’ve been through the lion-and-lamb ups and downs of March and the April showers that promise future flowers. When we feel like we’re on the verge of finally enjoying sunny days, it can be discouraging when we’re met instead with day after day of clouds and even rain. If you’re […]

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01May 2019
Spotlight on May’s Birth Flower: Lily of the Valley

When you’re gifting flowers, or simply choosing some for your own enjoyment, taking into account the connections historically associated with certain blooms can impart added meaning to your arrangements. One way is by incorporating the flower of the recipient’s birth month. This month, we’ll be looking at the delicate and graceful lily of the valley, […]

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25Apr 2019
Don’t Forget Your Wife This Mother’s Day

When you’re busy thinking of what to do for your mom on Mother’s Day, you may inadvertently overlook another mother in your life—the mother of your children. Letting your wife know how much you appreciate her role in keeping your kids healthy and happy is something that hopefully you’re doing a little bit every day, […]

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18Apr 2019
The History of Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day, as celebrated in the U.S., is a relatively young holiday. Yet few of us can imagine life without taking a Sunday in May to pamper the moms in our lives, whether it is with a homemade breakfast in bed or brunch out, cards and gifts, and flowers. The enduring popularity of this holiday […]

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04Apr 2019
What is the Official Flower for Mother’s Day?

Everyone knows that getting Mom flowers on Mother’s Day is a time-honored tradition, but what you may not know is that there is an official Mother’s Day flower—carnations. How did this classic cut flower become so closely associated with the day when we let Mom know that all the little (and big) things she does […]

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27Feb 2019
Centerpieces for Your Passover Seder Table

Passover is one of the best-loved and most observed holidays of the Jewish calendar. Unlike other religious observances throughout the year that are held primarily in temple, the central ritual of Passover—the seder—takes place in the home. Many families, even those who may not be religiously observant otherwise, use it as an occasion to gather […]

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20Feb 2019
Welcome Spring into Your Home with These 5 Flowers

After months of cold grey days, the first hint of returning warmth and sunlight can leave us impatient for the time when we can pack away our layers of winter woolens and head out to enjoy a beautiful day in the park again. Although that day may still be weeks away, even the earliest moments […]

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13Feb 2019
What Are the Best Flowers for a Corsage?

  A corsage is a beautiful way to add flowers to your attire on a formal occasion. Young women often wear them at formal dances such as homecoming and prom, but they’re also likely to be worn at galas or by members of a wedding party such as the mothers of the bride and groom. […]

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01Feb 2019
5 Most Popular Flowers to Give on Valentine’s Day

Giving flowers on Valentine’s Day is one of the most enduring customs for showing your love. However, not all flowers are equally popular on this special day—you want your selection to convey a message of romantic affection, which is why certain varieties of flowers top the list of preferred blooms. In our experience, here are […]

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23Jan 2019
Ideas for Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Single Friends

What do you do on February 14th when you’re not currently in a romantic relationship? Valentine’s Day has traditionally been associated with celebrating that one special someone, which can leave you feeling at loose ends if you haven’t found that person yet. Thankfully, in modern times we’ve come to know that it’s worth it to […]

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