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Wedding Etiquettes

Flowers To Wear – i.e. buttonholes, corsages, floral headpieces, etc Flowers To Carry – i.e. hand-ties, bouquets, posies, etc Flowers To Decorate – i.e. ceremony flowers, reception flowers, table flowers, cake flowers, etc For the Bride A Hand-tied Clutch or Wired Bouquet For the Bridesmaid A Hand-tied or Clutch Bouquet to accent the Bridal Bouquet…

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Flower Season Guide

Below is a general guide to flower availability by season. Though we stock most of the seasonal flowers however if you don’t find the flower/s of your choice in the below list, then please call us as these days a large range of flowers are imported hence same may be available year-round. We will do…

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The Meaning of Numbers

Not good with words? No problem.   That’s what roses are for !   Roses are not just beautiful to look at. They also say a lot. After all, sometimes the strongest messages are the silent ones.  The number of roses you send someone can say just as much-or more- than the colour you decide to send.Once you’ve…

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The Meaning of Colours

IF FLOWERS COULD SPEAK! Flowers can express your feelings without the use of words. I love you, am sorry, thank you, congratulations, get well soon, I am thinking of you… can say it all with flowers. This why they say-When words are not enough, say it with flowers!! Flowers have been used since ancient times…

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When to Give Flowers

Flowers always have, and always will say it best.    Whether the occasion is a wedding, a party, a milestone – or “just because” – there’s nothing quite like a professional flower arrangement to make the moment beautiful and memorable.  Flowers are a sensual gift that can express any emotion at any time.   Birthdays |…

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Flower Care Tips

Here is something you may not know.  Bacteria thrive on the sugary sap that leaks from all flower stems.  They double every 30 minutes and in 10 hours, 100 bacteria cells can become uncountable cells.  They invade the flower through the cut ends and quickly block the water conducting vessels to the flower head.  This causes flower wilting and…

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