It is said that you always gain by giving more love, and by giving more, you will never lose. We express our love in many ways, but our goal is always to show appreciation for those we care about most. Every day is an opportunity to showcase our love in small ways, but occasionally there are special days that encourage us to spread kindness as far and wide as possible. Then Sweetest Day is one of those occasions!
Held on the third Saturday of October, the Sweetest Day is a day of showing appreciation with gifts of candy or gestures of kindness to those you care about or anyone who could use a little more sweetness in their lives! While the tradition started with gifting candy and sweets to family and friends, the day is laced with lessons of caring for others in need and doing small things. It is a day that reminds us that even the smallest acts of kindness can improve the lives of those around us. Let’s take a closer look at Sweetest Day and how Russian Flora can help you celebrate.
Sending your mother, grandmother, or wife a bouquet of flowers for Mother’s Day is the perfect way to say “thank you” and “I love you.” Mother’s Day is all about giving, and each act of love is in appreciation of the mothers and maternal figures who have helped shape and guide us into the people we are today.
I was fortunate enough to have a grandmother who loved tending to her own garden as a child. We would spend our Sundays at a local nursery. Taking our time to browse through the greenery and fresh flowers, eager to take a colorful plant home with us. Once home, my grandmother and I would spend the afternoon in the garden, preparing the soil, digging holes, and getting our hands dirty. We would laugh together and enjoy the unexplainable bond shared between a grandparent and grandchild. These are the memories that I hold dear to my heart. Looking back, it must be the reason why I love flowers and plants so much!
If I were tasked with mentioning all the reasons that make fathers so special and worth celebrating internationally, we would need thousands of scrolls, dozens of durable feathers, and gallons of ink to pen down all the things that pop up when I think of all that fathers represent, hence Father’s Day. Father’s Day rolls by yearly and celebrates fathers in all their glory! Making now the perfect time to learn about the perfect Father’s Day plants to surprise dad!
Fathers do much more than fixing broken cabinets and unclogging congested waste pipes that no one else would dare touch. Their value goes beyond anything you can measure. Good fathers are a rock who fill a variety of roles. Just like there’s no perfect way to be a father, there’s no perfect gift for a dad either. Over time, I’ve seen how a traditional African father’s role grew from traditional decision-maker and breadwinner, to equally involved in the running of the household. With that came a realization that fathers also appreciate ‘soft’ and overly sentimental gifts. Like flowers that were previously only appreciated by women. You can only guess how excited I was to find this little detail out.
Keen on finding out more about finding the perfect Father’s Day plants? Keep reading.
I can only count on one hand (maybe even less) the number of times I’ve received flowers in my life. However, I have kept these moments locked safely away within the library of my romantic mind. A clear indication of the significance I place on receiving flowers as a gift. Taking care of flowers, however, is a learned skill that needs practice!
Receiving flowers is to experience the most chivalrous gesture. And, taking care of your flowers is how you make that precious moment last a lifetime. If you’ve just received a colorful arrangement, you’re surely budding with excitement. Keep reading to find out how you can keep it blossoming for longer.
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When you hear the word “Moldova” what comes to mind? While you may not be familiar with this incredible and exciting country, we highly recommend checking it out and adding it to your travel bucket list. A small country in the heart of Europe that is often overlooked, Moldova’s history can be followed all the way back to the 1350s where it was formerly known as “Bessarabia”, an important piece in the Romanian principality of Moldovia all the way up until 1812!
It wasn’t until 1991 that this small country was finally granted independence as the Republic of Moldova. Despite dealing with certain historical tragedies, it is now a gorgeous country with its government and citizens working hard to beautify it even more so. Moldova boasts hiking trails with breathtaking views, comforting food in charming cafes, and miles of gorgeous flower fields in the summertime. This leads us to the topic at hand; the national flowers of Moldova; the Basil and Dog Rose.
All around the United States, Chrysanthemums, also called Mums for short, stand firm as the undisputed queen of fall flowers. Unlike most other flowers, they grow beautifully in cool, autumn weather. By the time September gets underway, Mums start popping up in flower beds and on the stoops of suburban homes everywhere. I mean, who can blame them?
With over forty varieties and dozens of colors, they are the perfect choice for gardens, potted plants, or cut bouquets. However, while common, these brilliant blooms are anything but ordinary. They have a rich history. Are you interested to learn more about Chrysanthemums? Stick around, and I’ll drop some fun facts about these hardy fall flowers.
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.
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RussianFlora.com is a full-service International florist serving Internet customers in Russia, CIS & Worldwide since 2002.
Company offers flower bouquets, plants & flower arrangements, fruit & gourmet baskets, spa gifts, jewelry, variety of romantic and corporate gifts for delivery in Russia & over 170 countries Internationally.
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