Tulips might just be the most iconic flower of spring. People exclaim when they see the first signs of tulips peeking up through the ground in home gardens. Once they’re in full bloom, people head to local botanical gardens or parks to see displays of the myriad varieties. Others are excited to purchase a bouquet of tulips to bring spring into their own home as soon as possible.
Grieving families are faced with many decisions related to their loved one’s funeral. One of those decisions is the flower or plant arrangements they might want at the service or viewing.
Chilly weather isn’t quite as charming once the holidays are over and most of us are turning our thoughts to the promises of spring — warm weather, birds singing, and beautiful blooms peeking out toward the sun. This mid-season lull is also a great time to be thinking about plans for major events coming up in the months ahead.
Roses are the classic and most gifted Valentine’s flower. Because they’re so popular, though, some may consider them a bit more generic than other less-celebrated, day-of-love blooms. But roses, which come in a wide range of colors, sizes, and types, are anything but generic!
Peace lily Plant might initially make you think of hospital rooms and funerals, but these lovely indoor house plant with white