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Flowers Available in Autumn


Don’t be sad that summer is over. There are plenty flowers that are available at your local florists in the cool, mild season of autumn. There are many beautiful, hardy flowers to choose from for your home decorating or gifting … Continue reading

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Late Summer Blooming Flowers


Gardens are usually most beautiful from May until about July, when all the flowers are in full bloom! But now that summer is winding down, your garden may look a bit tired, with many flowers wilting or turning brown. But … Continue reading

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Celebrate 2013 with these New Flower Varieties


First of all, happy new year! May 2013 be a year filled with flowers and all that is beautiful in this wonderful world! To celebrate the new year, let’s have a look at some of the newest, most beautiful flower … Continue reading

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Fall Flowers for your Garden!


Fall is here, but that doesn’t mean that the growing season is over. In fact, there are flowers that thrive during the fall season. These are some of the flowers that will continue to bloom in your garden until the … Continue reading

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The Dainty Aster


ASTERS (Callistephus chinensis) symbolize patience, elegance and daintiness and are indicative of ‘a love of variety’. The Aster is September’s Flower. In Greek, Aster means star, named so for its star-like blossoms. Legend says that it was created from stardust … Continue reading

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The Victorian Language of Flowers (the Meaning of Flowers)


In Victorian times, certain flowers had specific meanings because the flower selection was limited and people used more symbols and gestures to communicate than words. But today, with so many flower choices, there are no rules – it’s the sentiment … Continue reading

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