January 10 is Houseplant Appreciation Day; started by Dan Matthews, a gardening enthusiast who realized many people become so engrossed in the holiday season they neglect the upkeep of their plants. According to him, when the flurry of activities… Read More about Celebrate Houseplant Appreciation Day!
Mom taught you about love, cared for you and still has your best interests at heart. While you appreciate her all year round, Mother’s Day is the perfect time to show your love and honor this traditional holiday… Read More about Floral Gifts Ideas for Mother’s Day
Whether you’re entertaining the entire family, or you’re looking for an intimate meal with close friends, your Thanksgiving table will welcome your guests to an evening of friendship and fun. Setting a beautiful Thanksgiving table begins with flowers and candles… Read More about Adorning the Thanksgiving Table
Couples, families, and friends in the Midwestern United States take the third Saturday of October each year to celebrate The Sweetest Day with treats, gifts, and romantic deeds. For 2014, The Sweetest Day falls on October 18th. Who First Celebrated… Read More about The History And Flowers for Sweetest Day
Rosh Hashanah, also known as Jewish New Year, is celebrated in late summer/early autumn. This year, the Rosh Hashanah holiday falls from September the 24th to September 26th. While there is no official or specific flower that traditionally represents this time of… Read More about What Flowers Should You Send for Rosh Hashanah?