How To Pick The Right Flowers for Valentine's Day

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Flowers are a popular gift that is given out on Valentine's Day. There are many places where you can buy flowers, and there are also many types of flowers to choose from. Men often have a hard time picking out the best flowers for their loved one. There are a few simple rules to follow to ensure that your Valentine's Day flowers are a big hit with your loved ones. Whether you are purchasing them for a girlfriend, wife, mother, or even friend, you are sure to choose the perfect arrangement.

Roses are the most common choice for Valentine's Day. Red, pink, and white are common colors that are associated with Valentine's Day. There are other colors that can be given out as well, such as yellow and orange. If your loved one enjoys colorful arrangement, then a combination of colors will be the perfect gift. You can never go wrong with the classic red rose if you do not know what kinds of flowers your loved ones enjoy.

There are other flowers that are common during this time of year. Tulips and carnations are other great choices for this special day. Tulips come in a variety of colors, and red, pink, and white are most common on Valentine's Day. They are special because they continue to grow even after they are cut. Tulips are best in bunches of ten or more.

Carnations are beautiful flowers that have the scent of cloves. The carnation is known as a flower of love, so it is a great choice to show your love for a loved one. They are perfect alone, or they can be put into arrangements with other flowers including roses, daisies, and other flowers. They are extremely versatile, and they are perfect in any color.

No matter which flower you decide to pick for Valentine's Day, you will want to choose ones that will last at least a week. You don't want to disappoint your loved ones with a flower that will die in just a few days. The rose, tulip, and carnations last at least five to seven days after being cut. In order to keep your arrangements healthy, it is important to change the water at least everyday, and you should clean and cut the stems to prevent bacterial ingestion.

Another choice for the perfect Valentine's Day flowers includes a potted plant. Some women prefer a flower or plant that will last and continue to grow throughout the spring and summer. Choosing a potted plant can be difficult as well, but choosing one that is red, pink, or white is a great choice.

If you know exactly what kinds of flowers your loved ones like, then buy them the ones that you know they enjoy. You can buy a variety of flowers and make an arrangement with their favorite flower and the classic red rose. However, if you are not sure, then any of these options are a great choice of flowers that are beautiful and will stay healthy throughout the holiday.


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Eileen Saw has 76 articles online

Eileen Saw enjoys the art of flower arrangement and offers advice on how to pick the right flowers for different occasions, apart from other fun floral tips. She also contributes her expertise to Blooming Florist, a leading flower delivery service in Southeast Asia.

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This article was published on 2014/02/10