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Get ready for Thanksgiving flowers

Get ready for Thanksgiving flowers

Thanksgiving is just a few short weeks away, and daFlores invites you to get ready for the holidays by ordering flowers now. The longer you wait, the higher the risk that our busy florists will need to use substitute flowers. While our substitution policy is very generous, it’s always better to get exactly the flowers you were expecting this holiday season.

Fall color and flowers

Fall color and flowers

Depending on where you are in the country, leaf peeping season is just starting, or it’s well underway. If you’re lucky, bright sunshine will heighten the vivid golds and reds that fall brings, before the leaves end up rustling underfoot. If you’re not so lucky, drenching rain makes this time of year a little unpleasant, but the sight of changing foliage is pretty, and marks the start of the holidays. When leaves stop producing green chlorophyll, they turn different colors…

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3 unusual Halloween flower tips (and a bonus)

3 unusual Halloween flower tips (and a bonus)

October is the month of Halloween, as should be very obvious the minute you walk into any store. Orange is suddenly the color to be seen in, and chocolate the snack of choice. Here at daFlores, we got to thinking about how you can use flowers at Halloween, and we came up with some ideas. Read on for a fun and outside-the-box look at Halloween and flowers.

September holidays: Celebrate with flowers

September holidays: Celebrate with flowers

September will soon be upon us, the month in which it becomes fall or spring, depending on which side of the globe you call home. September has a number of fun holidays that you can mark with parties and flowers, including the solstice, grandparents’ day, and Labor Day. We covered the last one with our previous blog post, so let’s move on to some of the more unusual celebrations of September.

Spring flowers and fall flowers for the solstice

Spring flowers and fall flowers for the solstice

March 20th is the first day of spring if you’re in the northern hemisphere, or the first day of fall if you’re in the southern one. Either way, this is the date of the March equinox in 2014, a day when, at the equator, the night and day are the same length. We won’t get into the astronomy of why that isn’t the case further north and south here, but we will take a look at what daFlores offers in…

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Celebrate Fall with Beautiful Flowers

Celebrate Fall with Beautiful Flowers

It’s sometimes hard to let go of the summer, with its bright colors and warm, relaxing weather. But the Fall has its charms too, in the gorgeous shades of falling leaves, the golds and oranges that usher in winter holidays. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas are just round the corner, but if you’re feeling a bit blue, why not celebrate the season with beautiful flowers? The official start of Fall is September 21, but nature doesn’t listen to humanity’s “official” dates….

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