Throughout history, everyone longs to hear those three little words. (No, it’s not “I brought pizza,” although, when you’ve been married as long as I have, it’s undoubtedly a very close second). It’s “I love you.”
But what happens when the words aren’t enough? As an author, “show, don’t tell” has been burned into my brain from day one. Showing someone you care is a custom that dates back centuries. Even the animal kingdom has ways of showing love without making a sound.
Now, before you throw up your hands in defeat, I’m going to share a few little secrets about how to send your loved one a gift they’ll really love – almost as much as they love you!
Irises are exotic flowers that bloom in late spring, a show-off in many gardens, with their vivid purple blooms and tall stems. Along with the tulips and daffodils, the iris has become synonymous with spring. It can be found in just about every part of the world, growing naturally and in farms. But where did this extravagant bloom originate? Read on to learn more about this sensational, hardy plant.
Take a deep breath. Do you smell that? As the summer sun begins to fade, the relaxing smell of fresh cut grass makes way for the light fragrance of falling leaves. It’s a bittersweet scent that blooms in Fall, when nights get longer, days get cooler, and vibrant reds and pinks become bold shades of orange and yellow. So, take out your cardigans and pour yourself a Pumpkin Spice Latte (or Apple Cider, we don’t judge!) because we’re going to take you on a little hike through a fresh Autumn garden.
Is there anything more romantic than a rose? With blooms available in virtually any color of the rainbow, the rose has become a staple in bouquets and lush garden landscapes since as far back as I can remember. But this dreamy flower is anything but ordinary. Stick around and learn a little more about the amorous rose and how you can elevate your rose bouquet game.
Estonia is a country in Northern Europe that borders the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. Formerly part of the Soviet Union, it includes more than 1,500 islands, and its diverse terrain spans rocky beaches, lush forests, and sparkling lakes. Whether or not you’re familiar with this alluring country, I’m sure you’ve heard of the national flower of Estonia: the Cornflower. A brilliant blue flower with soft double blossoms, the Cornflower is certainly a stunner!. Have you ever wondered where it came from? Well, now’s your chance! Read on to learn more about this beautiful bloom.
Gerbera Daisies are bright, colorful flowers that bloom in the spring and last all summer long. A round, sunny face encircled with a crown of long petals found in a variety of vibrant colors, the Gerbera Daisy is a popular addition to any flower bed, bouquet, or centerpiece. It ranks as the fifth most used cut flower in the world; however, these brilliant blooms are anything but ordinary. Stick around and learn a few more facts about these fabulous flowers.
The weather is getting warmer and it’s no surprise that this is the perfect season for a wedding. Planning is underway for fall weddings in 2021, and brides and grooms are in the beginning stages of wedding planning for May of next year. With so many options, venues, caterers, and attire options to choose from, the decision stage can be a bit overwhelming to say the least! Have no fear though! We’re here to help make at least one decision a little easier.
Have you ever wondered about the beautiful country of Lithuania? I know I have! How does its flag look like? Which are their favorite foods? What is the National Flower of Lithuania? Lithuania is one of the Baltic States and lies on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea, just southwest of Sweden. Although it boasts an impressive region, Lithuania is best known for its landscapes, flatlands, abundant forests, and marshes. The stunning shores of Lithuania also boast gorgeous sandy beaches and impressive dunes, attracting tourists year-round.
The world recognizes this country for many things, but one of our favorites is definitely the national flower of Lithuania, the rue. I’m going, to be honest with you, I’d never heard of the Rue until I started looking into the beauty known as Lithuania. Let me tell you, The Rue is a stunning flower and one I think you will really enjoy. Especially once you learn more about it and what you can do with it.
Is there anything more wonderful than a mom? Around the world, Mother’s Day is a time to reflect, appreciate, and thank the mother figure in your life, and Mother’s Day in Ukraine is no different! Sunday, May 9, 2021, is when the wonderful people of Ukraine celebrate their moms and matriarchal figures. I’m sure you’re probably curious, where did Mother’s Day come from? Does the Ukraine celebrate this holiday the same way as the people of America or Australia? These are great questions, and ones we hope we can answer by the end of this blog!
We’re coming up on an especially important holiday that celebrates women in all forms, but what is International Women’s Day? That’s a great question! We think everyone should celebrate it. Although the holiday is becoming more popular, we think more people should know its history. International Women’s Day, or the 8th of March as it is known in Russia, is a time to honor women. Whether it be your mom, sister, aunt, girlfriend, or esteemed colleague, this day is dedicated to women’s empowerment and their accomplishments. With that being said, the next question is, what are the best flowers for Women’s Day?
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