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Posts tagged Valentine’s Day

February 6, 2014

 

winter jewels

Winter Jewels

These unique flowering plants make wonderful Valentine gifts for gardeners.

May 2, 2013

 

anne bronte's grave

Impermanence

Flowers are symbols that reinforce our joys and mitigate our sorrows.

January 28, 2010

 

a flower frozen into an ice cube inside a tall glass

Edible Flowers And Ice Cubes

Try freezing edible flowers into ice cubes for a unique touch to your dinner party drinks.

February 19, 2009

 

a group of assorted cut flowers before a black background.

The Flower Trade: “The Good, The Bad and the Beautiful”

Flower lovers love to purchase their favorite flowers no matter the season. The cut flower industry has facilitated this...but for how long?

February 12, 2009

 

a close-up of a full red rose with a teal blue background.

Valentine’s Day Flower Sales

Henry Ward Beecher wrote that "flowers have a mysterious and subtle influence upon the feelings."

February 7, 2008

 

two red roses with Baby's Breath.

Valentine’s Day Centerpiece

If you are planning a Valentine's Day party, either for a crowd or for one special person, I have an idea for a floral centerpiece that is easy yet charming.

February 2, 2006

 

man selling flowers.

Retail Therapy: Buying Flowers In Winter

Selecting flowers to buy in February is wonderful therapy to offset the bleakness of winter. Remember some of these ideas when buying flowers...

February 11, 2005

 

red rose

Valentine’s Day Roses: Then And Now

The rose has been a recurring literary theme since the thirteenth century as a symbol of love. However, giving roses for Valentine's Day is a modern tradition.

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