Roses are the most popular flowers in the world. According to their color, they carry different messages and are suitable for different occasions and recipients. If red roses are the clear symbol of love, then yellow roses carry a different message. Today we will focus on the yellow roses. In the following lines you will learn more about their origin, meaning and message.
Hydrangea is a beautiful flower and everyone would be happy to have it in their yard. But it is also capricious and requires special treatment. Here are 10 tips on how to care for this magnificent perennial flower.
Peony is named after an ancient Greek physician who treated patients with plant roots. The genus has about 40 species that originate from Europe, Asia and North America. Most species are perennial herbaceous or shrubby plants. They have large, complex, cut leaves. Flowering is May-June, and the size of the flower is from 6 to 13 inches. They are showy or simple. Their color is from white to dark red.
Every year, as the second Sunday in May approaches, the phrase 'My mother is my hero.' is heard more and more often. Make your hero feel special on this Mother's Day by organizing her a heart-melting surprise. TodayFlowerDelivery has prepared for you a few ideas for Mother’s day gifts.
Narcissi or daffodils are undoubtedly one of the most preferred spring flowers when it comes to giving a bouquet or garden presence. Unfortunately, many do not know the history behind these magnificent flowers, nor their meaning as well. Read more about the meaning of narcissi and their origins.
Although we usually tend to name the rose ‘the queen of flowers’, in China traditions dictate otherwise. Typically called ‘the king of flowers’, the breathtaking peony comes to captivate anyone’s heart with its elegant and sophisticated vision. Pure, fragrant and colored in warm hues, it symbolizes love and honor. Maybe these are a few of the reasons why many seek to grow it in their gardens. So, here are some tips on planting peonies from TodayFlowerDelivery.
Easter, considered the greatest Christian holiday. Although we celebrate the birth of Christ during the Christmas holidays, he proves to be the Son of God precisely after his resurrection on the third day. And in the present days, these few days in Spring are the reason for many families to gather together and have good times!
Calla lily, also known as Zantedeschia aethiopica, belongs to the Araceae family, native to South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. This beautiful tube-shaped flower is easy to grow with just a few important planting tips to keep in mind. It is true - taking care of Calla lilies is quite easy for both cultivation and flowering. You can grow potted plants in pots - indoors or outdoors in your garden. They should be on everyone's list of summer flowering bulbs.
Daffodils - these beautiful flowers, will become your pride and will be admirable if you take proper care of them. Here you will be able to find the needed information on how to plant and take care of your daffodils during the different seasons.
Tulips are loved in France, Denmark, Belgium, but the Netherlands surpasses them all. At the beginning of the 17th century, the country of tulips was overrun by a real "tulip". By this time, many new colors and shapes had already been created. Every breeder strives to create their own, unique tulip, and the prices of bulbs are fabulous - sometimes many times exceed their weight in gold. Nowadays people continue to appreciate the beauty of this stunning flower. Not only that, but many have gained interest in growing tulips themselves and we will help you with that!
Every year on March 8 on the streets in many countries you can see men with bouquets of flowers - for the beloved, mother, colleague, neighbor. Women dress festively, smile more than ordinary days, make plans for where they will spend Women's Day. Of course, there are also opponents of the holiday who feel uncomfortable with this planned and expected attention from men. They believe that a woman should be respected and honored not only on March 8, but also on every day of the year. Both sides have their rights. But why is March 8 celebrated as Women's Day and what is the history of the holiday?
In March, although it is still winter, we are gradually beginning to fill the spring mood. In fact, some already imagine the garden painted in greenery and flowers. And this moment is not far away so you should get started and prepare your garden for the upcoming season!