With the sun shining outside, we can't bur appreciate how beautiful flowers are in Summer. Of course, it's the season with warmer weather and when flowers (and people) grow happier.
Beginning on June 21st and ends on September 22nd, Summer is the season of joy and celebration - weddings, outdoor birthday parties, Father's Day and school graduations. It's also the time of year we spend the most outside, going for walks, barbecuing with family and friends, or simply enjoying the sunshine.
You got a fresh flower bouquet! How exciting!
You lose yourself admiring it until you realize that in just a few days the flowers will have wilted and you’ll have to throw your precious fresh flower bouquet away. If you’re not afraid of a little bit of maintenance work in order to keep your flowers looking fresh longer, we have some tips for you!
It's hard to believe that spring has come, and it's already gone! This Saturday marks the summer solstice for us in the Northern Hemisphere. This solstice marks the beginning of summer and the longest day of the year.
Some of us have missed birthdays, births and anniversaries. Some of us didn't have a chance to spend Mothers Day with our mothers. Some of us lost loved ones. Our children won't be able to greet their fellow classmates a proper goodbye before Summer and show their appreciation to their teacher's hard work. Our teens won't have a proper graduation, nor a prom.
An excellent way to keep our bond and connections healthy despite the imposed distancing is to make gestures of appreciation for the important people in our lives. We happen to believe that flowers are just perfect for conveying warmth, care and love.
There has never been a better time to gift your dad beautiful fresh flowers! Not convinced? I'll tell you why! Raise your hand if you've ever thou...