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  1. Say I love you with roses

    Say I love you with roses

    February is the month of love and there is no doubt that the flower that represents LOVE is the ROSE. Rose flower is one of the most popular flower in the world. The reason for the popularity of the rose flower may be its wide variety in color, size, fragrance and other attributes. There is a wide variety of red, white, yellow, pink, purple, orange, green and even black or colorful roses. Roses large, small, with short or long stem. Every year new rose varieties are added to the existing range of roses.

    Sending a rose to someone special is the perfect way to say I love you! Choose roses from a variety of colors, from the classic red roses to the modern rainbow rose bouquet or a bouquet featuring gorgeous mixed flowers. 

    Popular Valentine's day flowers

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  2. Celebrate Valentine's Day

    Celebrate Valentine's Day

    Those who are truly in love may celebrate every day, but there is also a day of the year that they officially celebrate love. It's Valentine's Day on February 14th. It is the day that every (or almost every) man or woman will express their love by offering a bouquet of flowers, a box of chocolates or more romantic gifts. 


    History of Valentine’s Day


    Valentine’s Day is celebrated across the world on February 14th. There are various stories behind why we celebrate Valentine’s day, the one that is most popular is the following one. The story dates back to 3rd century. It was the time when Romans were converting to Christianity. However, the emperor, Claudius II was a non-christian and had very strict rules for the Roman Christians, one of which was that they can’t marry. He believed that thi

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 12 + 1 Plants for Good Luck and Positive Energy

    12 + 1 Plants for Good Luck and Positive Energy

    We use plants to beautify and enrich our surroundings, environments and lives. Some plants do not only play these roles. They help enhance our environment with positive energy while purifying the air.

    Let's discover together some plants that will help you not only release the negative energy but also create the ideal conditions for well-being, relaxed mood and unsurpassed sense of rejuvenation.

    Jasmine

    A favorite plant, jasmine attracts positive energy and helps strengthen relationships. Its sweet and pleasant scent not only reminds us of the summer carefree moments of our holiday, but it calms the mind and gives positive energy. Place the plant indoor, close to a window and ideally looking south. Instead, in the garden, it should be plac

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  6. Cyclamen

    Cyclamen

    Only few houseplants will bring such a fresh color to any room during the gray winter days, as the cyclamen does. The beautiful contrast between the colors and shades and the green-grayish heart-shaped, shimmering leaves decorates every house with a distinctive charm.

    Whatever excursion you may have in the Greek nature in the autumn or winter time you will definitely come across a cyclamen. These are the wild cyclamen, which have flourished for years in the Greek and Mediterranean nature. Cyclamen is a bulbous, perennial low plant that blooms from November to late January.

    Varieties

    The cyclamen persicum is the most famous and the mother of the cyclamens, providing the cultivation basis for numerous other varieties and subgroups. In total, there a

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  7. Wonderful kalanchoe plant

    Wonderful kalanchoe plant

    Kalanchoes are bright and cheerful flowering succulents with thick green leaves and colored flowers. They are very easy to care for and can be grown indoors or outdoors, as long as they are in relatively warm conditions and have exposure to sunlight. Because kalanchoe are so easy to care for and are resistant to many diseases that harm more delicate plants, they are great low-maintenance plants to keep in your house or even give out as seasonal gifts.

    kalanchoes are short, bushy plants with thick, oval-shaped scalloped leaves. A kalanchoe, long-lasting bloom appear in clusters at the ends of sturdy stems. The vibrant colored flowers come in red, orange, yellow, lavender, white, and pink. Some new varieties even have bi-colored flowers. It comes from Madagascar, but some of its varieties are found in tropical forests of Brazil and Southeast Asia.

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  8. Care tips for ficus plant

    Care tips for ficus plant

    Ficus is one of the most popular plants for interior and outdoor decoration. Its stunning foliage ranks it as the best plant for decorating the living room, balcony, garden or yard.

    Species and varieties

    Ficus is native to the tropics and there are about 800 species in the form of trees, shrubs, climbing, or evergreen. The most popular and beloved in Greece are Ficus Benjamina, Ficus Elastica, Ficus Lyrata and Ficus Pumila.

    Ficus Benjamina. It is one of the most famous plants with small oval green leaves and dense branching that can comfortably cover a large area, in many cases reaching up to 5 meters in height. It is one of the most popular plants that can thrive indoors and outdoors. It needs a bright spot to thrive without coming in di

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  9. 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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  10. 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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