The tall, striking spike of gladiolus is one of the most eye-catching flowers. Just as popular as garden plants and cut flowers, these slender beauties can grow up to five feet tall. They also come in nearly every color. In cut flower bouquets they are usually sent with a couple of the buds open near the base, the rest will open in succession over the life of your bouquet. You can remove the older blooms
No flower can lift someone’s spirits like a sunflower. They are bright and cheery and as warm and inviting as the sweet summer sun. With brilliant yellow petals, also known as “rays” sunflowers have the unmistakable sun-like appearance that has made them a crowd favorite. Sunflowers come in a number of varieties, ranging from small to very large, have yellow petals to red. Sunflowers symbolize adoration. Some Facts about sunflowers are: Sunflowers display a behavior
What’s more classically romantic than red roses? Almost everyone knows (or should know) that a brilliant bouquet of red roses is the perfect way to declare feelings of romantic love. Whether in celebration of an anniversary, wedding, Valentine’s Day or even National Romance Month (August), there is no mistaking the implication of passion, desire and above all, love, associated with red roses. Some fun rose facts are: There are over 400 songs dedicated to roses.
The Gerbera Daisy are available in a bright variety of hues. Sending them is the perfect way to brighten someone’s day. These beautiful and cheerfully colored flowers are known to drink in lots of water, so be sure to check them daily. The sheer multitude of available colors has helped the Gerbera daisy become a favorite choice for many different occasions. With its bold and striking appearance, the Gerbera daisy has become the most highly-prized
With striking uniqueness and beauty, irises have rich meanings, and when given as gifts, they can convey deep sentiments. With over 200 varieties in a wide spectrum of colors, the iris, which fittingly takes its name from the Greek word for “rainbow,” can be found in virtually every part of the world, growing both naturally and in farms. While garden irises can come in any of these many varieties, the flower’s cut version is mostly