What to send for Valentine’s? Here are some ideas!
Roses are beautiful, and they don’t have to be red. There are so many beautiful varieties now, like this Circus rose:
We buy all our roses from certified Ecuadorian farms. When the volcanoes aren’t acting up, Ecuador has the perfect environment for growing roses. The altitude provides for warm days and cool nights, and the location on the equator means that every day has the same amount of light and darkness.
What if you put together a dozen red roses and some fragrant, huge, oriental lilies? You get This Kiss! Wow!
Now that is gorgeous!
Since it has been a long, cold, snowy winter, maybe your special someone would like a spring bulb garden like Hope of Spring. Here’s a photo:
If your Valentine is handy with arranging flowers, why not send a bouquet? That is a nice selection of cut flowers that are attractively packaged in cellophane, with no vase. They get not only pretty flowers, but the fun of “doing it yourself.” Try a spring bouquet with Ontario-grown tulips, iris, daisies and gerberas.
Lost for words? Check our site for ideas for the card message. It really is worth taking the time to craft a heartfelt message.
That’s the Valentine advice from your florist. Match the flowers to the person and write a nice card message. Easy:)
Let the romance bloom!