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  1. Birthday flowers by month

    Birthday flowers by month

    Looking to send the perfect gift for a special someone’s birthday? Depending on the birth month, different flowers symbolize unique characteristics and qualities, so send a gift that’s original, special and extraordinary just like they are.  Carnation is a good flower to give and receive.


    Carnation (pride, health and energy)

    January's birth month flowers are carnations. They are thought to be one of the oldest cultivated flowers in the world. Carnations come in a wide variety of colors and each means something different. 

    Red carnation symbolizes deep love and admiration.

    Pink carnati

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  2. All about tulips

    All about tulips

    Tulips are a timeless symbol of joy and rebirth because they bloom in the spring. Tulip flowers have been used to symbolize the coming of warmer days and the end of the long and cold winter season. Today, you can send a tulip in the spring or summer time as a way to celebrate any event of the season! From Easter season to May graduations and June weddings to new jobs in August, tulip bouquets are the perfect flowers to spread smiles.


    The flower originates from Turkey, where Ottoman sultans wore a tulip on their turban. The first shipment of tulip bulbs arrived in Antwerp in 1562, marking the start of Dutch bulb growing. New shapes and colors quickly developed and filled the fields of Holland.

    Range and assortment

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  3. Orchid, an elegant flower

    Orchid, an elegant flower

    One of the most elegant flowers, the orchid is strikingly exotic and instantly changes any place from boring to chic! Stylish and aristocratic reminds us of the shape of the butterfly, and gracefully decorates every corner of the house, office, or any point we choose to decorate.

    History shows that the orchid flower is thought to be a very powerful plant. Throughout the years, many cultures across the world believed that orchids have healing and disease-fighting properties. If you’re suffering from a cough or even lung disease, traditional Chinese medicine suggests a treatment of herbal remedies including orchids. In Victorian England the orchid came to mean luxury, surprising when you think about the rarity of the flower, as they can be hard to find, except in tropical locations. The ancient Greeks were known to use orchids to fuel their power and strength and

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  4. How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh

    How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh

    Have you just received a lovely flowers from your loved ones and want to keep them for a long time? Then follow these helpful tips and keep your flowers fresh for longer. And don’t forget that cut flowers are living organisms that continue to live inside the vase.

    Carefully wash your vase with hot water and a small cap of bleach together with a sponge. Allow the vase to dry naturally upside down rather than using a towel to make sure there will be no bacteria when placing the water and flowers in the vase.

    Tap water is the most suitable water for cut fresh flowers. Flowers with woody stems such as roses prefer plenty of water, so fill the vase up to about 2/3 with water. Flowers with softer strains, such as tulips, prefer less water then fill the vase just under half. Prefer cold water for t

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  5. Send roses as gift...

    Send roses as gift...

    Gorgeous red roses are particularly synonymous with Valentine's Day. Classic Valentine's roses tend to be red, as this vibrant color evokes emotions of love, desire and passion. However, each color has its own meaning especially when it will make your recipient feel special. There is no better way to send a heartfelt message than with the classic rose flower. 

    Here is a guide to the meaning behind flower colors.

    Red: A traditional floral symbol of love and affection. It is the perfect gift to send to someone on Valentine's Day.

    Purple: Purple roses are the symbol of enchantment and declare that you are in love at first sight.

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  6. Alstroemeria Flower

    Alstroemeria Flower

    Meaning of the Alstroemeria Flower

    The exotic Alstroemeria is also called the Peruvian Lily. This is a reference to its natural habitat: the mountain ranges of the Andes in Peru, Brazil and Chile. The flower was discovered by the Swedish scientist Baron Claus von Alstromer. It was he who gave the flower its current name.

    Alstroemeria has green, deciduous, narrow lance-shaped leaves, running from the bottom to the top of the flower stems. Its flowers are showy, lily-shaped, appear in clusters at the top of the stems and they are not fragrant. But they have the size, shape and variety of colors to impress. Each of the Alstroemeria’s six petals represents different important characteristics: understanding, humor, patience, empathy, commitment and respect. Some people believe that keeping these flowers

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  7. Summer blooming plants and flowers

    Summer blooming plants and flowers

    Summer flowers signal a golden season of bright sunny weather and warm climate. Nothing adds beauty to your landscape like splashes of colorful flowers. Many are old favorites and some may be new to you. Whether you want annual flowers that bloom all summer or continuous blooming perennials, they’re right here. We’ve put together a list of the top summer plants and flowers that beautify your landscape and require low maintenance.


    Hydrangeas are just wonderful shrubs! It has large, brightly colored flowers that vary from white to blue to pink, as well as green leaves and produces flowers from early spring to late autumn. The exact color often depends upon the acidity or alkalinity of the soil.

    Hydrangeas are easy to

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  8. Choose flowers by name! Part II

    Choose flowers by name! Part II

    There are different kinds of flowers that we come across in our life, but we hardly know their names or what they look like. Vibrant-colored, eye-catching flowers that have a specific meaning and they are significant in their own way. Here is the sequel of the easy and useful flower list that will help you learn the flowers by their name:


    Hypericum is a genus of 400 flowering plants that can be found all over the world in a variety of habitats. They are grown as annuals, perennials, shrubs, and small trees. They can be deciduous or evergreen. The foliage is a lush dark green. It is a highly resistant plant as it can withstand up to -10 degrees Celsius. It has traditionally been associated with inspiration and cheerfulness. The colors of its berries range from t

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  9. Choose flowers by name! Part I

    Choose flowers by name! Part I

    There are different kinds of flowers that we come across in our life, but we hardly know their names or what they look like. Vibrant-colored, eye-catching flowers that have a specific meaning and they are significant in their own way. Here is an easy and useful flower list that will help you learn the flowers by their name:


    Asters are daisy-like perennials with starry-shaped flower heads. They bring delightful color to the garden in late summer and autumn when many of your other blooms may be fading.

    The plant’s height ranges from 20 cm to 2.50 meters, depending on the type. The plant can be used in many places, such as in borders, rock gardens, or wildflower gardens. Asters also attract butterflies to your garden!

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  10. Peonies, the stunning flower

    Peonies, the stunning flower

    It's time to talk about the beautiful peony flower. This unparalleled natural beauty can shine in your vase or garden. It can also decorate the church on your wedding day or make up your bridal bouquet. Choose it alone or combine with other flowers such as tulips, irises and roses.

    The peony is a leaflet shrub, with a basic flowering period in the months of April to June. As a plant it is charismatic. Its height in the conditions of our country ranges are from 50-60 cm up to 1.5 meters. Its leaves are hard, shiny and large, in bright green. The flowers of the plant are also impressive in size, with a diameter of up to 10 centimeters.

    The colors and shapes of peony vary. There are more than 1000 varieties available in many shapes and colors, with single or double petals. A great range of colors is offere

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