It’s that time once again; spring break is in the books and summer vacation is coming into sight, but who can think about summer when you’re busy planning your prom? With so many choices to make for prom – from… Read More about Are You Ready for Prom?
The Grandparent’s Day holiday was officially established by President Jimmy Carter back in 1979 and is celebrated the Sunday after Labor Day each year. This special holiday offers an ideal opportunity to show appreciation for our parents’ parents. There… Read More about Consider Sending Flowers for Grandparents Day
With over 600 species, the aster family of star shaped flowering plants is one of the most diverse and colorful. The aster is appropriately considered the birth flower of September, as it most often blooms throughout the fall months. Read More about Eastern Floral Asters
Before we know it, it will be time to pack away the shorts and sandals, and take the sweaters out of the closet. But before we say a final goodbye to summer, there is one last… Read More about Labor Day Festiviities
When it comes to monthly birth flowers, August offers one of the most dramatically eye-catching- the gladiolus. The gladiolus’ name is gleaned from the definition of the Latin word gladius, which means sword and references Roman gladiators. It is so… Read More about Eastern Floral – August Gladiolus
One of the most important ingredients in the recipe for a happy life is a good friend – even better, lots of good friends. Friends offer support in tough times, share joy during celebrations of happy… Read More about Friendship Week Flowers and Gifts
Students and teachers will be heading back to school to start another year filled with excitement, anticipation, and challenges. A beautiful gift of back to school flowers could help ease them back into the routine of homework, instructing, contributing,… Read More about Flowers for Back to School