national flower week
National Flower Week is a week-long, United States celebration of the bountiful beauty of nature. In 2010, this celebration takes place from 20 to 26 September and offers plenty of opportunities to have a bit of fun as the growing season winds to a close.
There are lots of ways to bring flowers into your life during National Flower Week. For a start, you can incorporate blossoms into your clothing. Cheerful blouses with floral patterns, flower notions in your hair, or a buttonhole rose can all give a nod to this event.
Why would you do such a thing? Well, flowers are among the most beautiful miracles of nature, and the sight of them is guaranteed to brighten up someone’s day—yours included.
You can brighten up your home, too. Plant a few flower seeds, especially if you can find some that will grow happily indoors. Or, if you don’t have that much of a green thumb, try buying a potted plant or a framed picture to put on your walls. All of these will cheer you up during the barren winter months.
Head out to the local botanical garden or park to see flowers growing in a natural setting. You’ll appreciate the break and might get ideas for next year’s garden, too.
We at daFlores have plenty of flowers that you can send for National Flower Week. From table arrangements to bouquets, our beautiful flowers come right to your door. We have lilies and sunflowers, gerbera daisies and a wide range of stunning roses. Look around you and we’re sure you’ll find a place to put a flower arrangement.
Or you could send flowers to show appreciation to those who’ve helped you this year. Couple it with a flowery notecard: It’s always nice to receive hand-written letters!
Lots of ideas, lots of flowers. National Flower Week is an ideal opportunity to say farewell to the beauties of summer and surround yourself with flowers one last time. Cheer yourself and somebody else up with some high quality, gorgeous flower arrangements from daFlores today! To send flowers to Chile or any country in the Americas please visit daFlores.com