A gift of flowers is always in season. Summer, winter, fall and spring each have their characteristic flowers and bouquets, marking the beauty and colors of the seasons. For fall, warm orange, russet, bronze and yellows abound, along with typical motifs such as pumpkins and cornucopia. A lighted candle alongside a fall bouquet celebrates the season?s fruitfulness and the warmth of home and hearth.
A gift of flowers
The language of flowers is an ancient one and speaks our deepest thoughts without words. Giving and receiving flowers is an important part of our social lives. Celebrations such as Valentine?s Day, Easter, Mother?s Day and even Father?s Day are especially connected to flowers. In fact, about a fourth of all flower purchases in the country happen on Mother?s Day. Over one t Continue reading