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♥ Happy September - Plan Ahead for Fall Flowers ♥



September, 2013

Happy September! It's almost fall and we'll have so much to offer you as the season comes into full bloom in October. We'll be celebrating our 35th year in business in October...so watch for news about our celebration! We'll have unbelievable offers on flowers and plenty of free giveaways!

Our rose sale continues through September. Take her breath away...just because! Why? Because any day can become romantic, especially when it's spontaneous! You'll have to call us or stop in for this deal-it's not available on our website. A dozen roses beautifully arranged in a vase for $35.00 or our exquisitely wrapped dozen bouquet for $25.00. We have a multitude of colors available weekly. Surprise her with an unexpected variety!

Have you visited our facebook page to win free flowers? Join in the fun and enter to win a different bouquet every week. It's easy to win! Visit us by clicking here, ~LIKE US~ and post a comment on the contest page. We'll even deliver the winner's flowers anywhere in our local delivery area free! Check our facebook page every Monday for the new contest and Fridays for our announcement of the lucky winner. It could be you!

Don't forget to use our coupons to send flowers this month for all your special occasions. Call us for expert advice in selecting the perfect gift to express your sentiments. We deliver flowers, plants and love...around the corner or anywhere in the world!

Dianne & Staff

Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower.
  – Albert Camus

Tailgate tributes 

Whether you’re a fan of the Friday night lights that signal high school competition or camped out at the stadium each weekend for your favorite college or professional team, the start of football season is a cause for celebration for football fanatics everywhere.

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Know your floral lingo – the basics

Like every industry, floristry has its own unique language and terminology. But you too can be a behind-the-scenes expert – and talk shop like a pro – with this handy dictionary.

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Transform your décor for autumn appeal

As the days grow shorter, and the crisp chill starts to enter the air, it’s time to bring that fall feeling inside and capture the season’s splendor around your home. Shifting your décor from summer to fall doesn’t have to feel overwhelming. Simple touches can have a big impact.

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plan ahead

Fall means jumping in piles of freshly raked leaves, cheering the home team on the football field, and sipping fresh-squeezed apple cider. Let us help you enjoy all that fall has to offer, with a little added pizzazz!

Monday, Sept. 2, Labor Day: Honor all of the hard-working heroes in your life. A plant or flowers are a great gift to brighten up a desk or office.

Sunday, Sept. 8, Grandparents Day: Show your loved ones they’re special with a corsage for grandma and a boutonniere for grandpa. They’ll both be looking grand for Sunday services.

Wednesday, Sept. 11, Patriot Day: Acts of service abound today as we remember those lost on 9/11. There are many ways to spread joy today – bringing flowers to veterans or active-duty service members, visiting a local senior center or youth organization.

Thursday, Sept. 19, International Talk Like a Pirate Day: Arrgh! Avast mateys, today be the day to impress your mates – particularly the young ‘uns – with your pirate prowess. What better way to spend your doubloons than on some beautiful blooms!

Sunday, Sept. 22, First Day of Fall: We have a wide variety of flowers that will transform your abode into a fall haven, from chrysanthemums, asters and sunflowers to dahlias and black-eyed susans (Rudbeckia).

Saturday, Sept. 28, National Good Neighbor Day: Offer a neighborly gesture today by dropping by with a bouquet of colorful blooms. It’s a great way to honor longtime friendships or to make new ones.


monthly tip

Click here to find out how to make a Quick floral “frog”

ask the expert

Q. How can I help my garden flowers last longer as cuttings?

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