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Valentine's Day Gifts

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Valentine's Day is a time to show your special someone that you are thinking of them. In the day to day hum drum of life, we sometimes forget to sneak a moment to let our loved ones know just how much they mean to us. There is nothing more ideal than a bouquet of flowers, balloons or gift basket delivered straight to their workplace or home to make them feel loved and remind them of how much they mean to you.

There are many different choices to choose from such as a fresh red rose bouquet, or even a simple gesture of sending a single red rose, or a valentine's day chocolate gift basket or even balloons to say Happy Valentine's Day and I Love You!

Our Toronto Florist has many Valentine's Day specials available for delivery and we are also offering your choice of 10% off your total order, a free bear, chocolates or a mylar balloon. This Valentine's Day special is only valid for orders placed before January 30th to be delivered on February 13th or February 14th in the Greater Toronto Area.

 
  1. Poinsettia

    • Poinsettias are one of the most recognizable Christmas flowers. Their flower petals are actually the upper leaves, or bracts, of the poinsettia plant. They are native to Central America and Mexico, where they are called Noche de Buenas. While red poinsettias are the most common types found during the Christmas season, poinsettias also come in shades of white, cream, pink and peach. Many people buy them in potted arrangements, and florists place their bract stems in large floral bouquets and centerpieces. Potted poinsettias are usually inexpensive, and many silk versions are also available.



Read more: A List of Christmas Flowers | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_7535591_list-christmas-flowers.html#ixzz2DXy0dq96

Poinsettia

  • Poinsettias are one of the most recognizable Christmas flowers. Their flower petals are actually the upper leaves, or bracts, of the poinsettia plant. They are native to Central America and Mexico, where they are called Noche de Buenas. While red poinsettias are the most common types found during the Christmas season, poinsettias also come in shades of white, cream, pink and peach. Many people buy them in potted arrangements, and florists place their bract stems in large floral bouquets and centerpieces. Potted poinsettias are usually inexpensive, and many silk versions are also available.

Amaryllis

  • Amaryllises are winter bulb flowers that typically bloom during the Christmas season. This makes them a popular Christmas flower and gift. Their stems can grow up to 30 inches tall, which makes them ideal for both formal centerpieces and bouquets. Amaryllises come in a wide variety of colors, including red, pink and white. They symbolize pride, beauty and determination. These elegant flowers are perfect if you're looking for a gift with meaning or need Christmas flowers to decorate an elegant dinner or event.

Christmas Cactus

  • The Christmas cactus is another popular holiday plant with flower blooms. This succulent plant features flattened, green leaf-like stems called cladodes, and it doesn't have leaves or spines. The Christmas cactus is native to Brazil and can have a wide variety of bloom colors, including red, orange, purple and cream. It typically blooms near Christmas Eve, which makes it a popular gift during the holiday season. It works well in both potted arrangements and hanging baskets.

Christmas Flower Accents

  • If you're looking to add a festive Christmas touch to a flower arrangement or bouquet, add stems of bright red Holly berries. Ivy can add a splash of green color to formal centerpieces, while white snowberries are ideal for Christmas wedding boutonnieres. Other Christmas-themed flower accents include red dogwood stems and green eucalyptus berries.



Read more: A List of Christmas Flowers | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_7535591_list-christmas-flowers.html#ixzz2DXxgYlEJ

Poinsettia

  • Poinsettias are one of the most recognizable Christmas flowers. Their flower petals are actually the upper leaves, or bracts, of the poinsettia plant. They are native to Central America and Mexico, where they are called Noche de Buenas. While red poinsettias are the most common types found during the Christmas season, poinsettias also come in shades of white, cream, pink and peach. Many people buy them in potted arrangements, and florists place their bract stems in large floral bouquets and centerpieces. Potted poinsettias are usually inexpensive, and many silk versions are also available.

Amaryllis

  • Amaryllises are winter bulb flowers that typically bloom during the Christmas season. This makes them a popular Christmas flower and gift. Their stems can grow up to 30 inches tall, which makes them ideal for both formal centerpieces and bouquets. Amaryllises come in a wide variety of colors, including red, pink and white. They symbolize pride, beauty and determination. These elegant flowers are perfect if you're looking for a gift with meaning or need Christmas flowers to decorate an elegant dinner or event.

Christmas Cactus

  • The Christmas cactus is another popular holiday plant with flower blooms. This succulent plant features flattened, green leaf-like stems called cladodes, and it doesn't have leaves or spines. The Christmas cactus is native to Brazil and can have a wide variety of bloom colors, including red, orange, purple and cream. It typically blooms near Christmas Eve, which makes it a popular gift during the holiday season. It works well in both potted arrangements and hanging baskets.

Christmas Flower Accents

  • If you're looking to add a festive Christmas touch to a flower arrangement or bouquet, add stems of bright red Holly berries. Ivy can add a splash of green color to formal centerpieces, while white snowberries are ideal for Christmas wedding boutonnieres. Other Christmas-themed flower accents include red dogwood stems and green eucalyptus berries.



Read more: A List of Christmas Flowers | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_7535591_list-christmas-flowers.html#ixzz2DXxgYlEJ

Flowers Popular for Valentine's Day Delivery are:

Red Roses, Single Rose, Boxed Roses, Pink Lilies, red carnations, white carnations, greenery, white lilies, stargazer lilies, Orchids, Tulips, Valentine's Day Mug arrangements, Valentine's Day Balloon Bouquets, Valentine's Day Teddy Bear and Chocolates.

Here are some of our most popular Valentine's Day gifts that are ordered time and time again.

Boxed Dozen RosesSingle Red Rose - Long Stem Boxed or WrappedHappy Valentine's Day Balloon BouquetValentine's Day Special6 Red Roses with ChocolatesValentine's Day ComboDozen Roses WrappedRose Bouquet Delivery Toronto

 

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Toronto Florist

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When it comes to sending flowers in Toronto - as a consumer - you are bombarded with a plethora of options.

 

Doing a simple search online for a local Toronto Florist will bring you thousands of results of the various florist in Toronto that you can choose from. So how can you as a consumer make a choice that will result in a positive experience for yourself and the receiver of your flowers?

 

If you are sending a gift, your main goal or intent is to make somebody feel good by receiving a special gift that they may or may not be expecting. What better way to do that than by sending them a gift from Fund Flowers - Toronto's only charity florist.

 

By sending flowers from our Toronto Florist you will be making a lasting impression on your recipient and at the same time, you will be helping a charity or not for profit organization. It's a win win situation and you can feel good about being the one to make the decision to help!

 

There are many florists in Toronto but none that are like Fund Flowers. We are a registered not for profit organization located in Toronto and we operate several florist in Toronto which have the sole purpose of raising funds for many charities, schools, hospitals, churches and other organizations in Toronto and all across Ontario.

 

As a consumer you have complete control over which charity or not for profit group you would like to support. You simply have let us know upon checkout. Don't know which group to support? Don't worry we have a current list of our most popular charities and groups in Toronto that you can choose from. Still can't decide? We will pick one for you! What matters is that your purchase of a gift basket, flowers or balloons will help our Toronto community!

 

We also include a card with your order so that your recipient will know that because of your choice to pick our Toronto Florist - their special gift has also helped a charity group in Toronto too! You wouldn't believe the reaction we have received from many of our customers and recipients who were deeply touched that a charity close to their heart had also been supported by their beautiful flowers.

 

Do not be hesitant about ordering from us. We have a staff of professional designers who pick the freshest flowers and create beautiful arrangements everyday. We are known for our stellar customer service and quality gifts.

 

Order your special gift today from our reputable Toronto Florist and choose to give a gift that keeps on giving!

 

 

 

Flower Meanings

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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 that gives the gift its meaning. Your florist can help you send the right message. Many people assign their own personal meanings - a flower or color that might remind them of a special event or moment in their lives. For those interested in the historic meanings of flowers, the Society of American Florists has compiled this list from a variety of different sources:

Alstroemeria aspiring
Amaryllis dramatic
Anemone fragile
Apple Blossom promis
Aster contentment
Azalea abundance
Baby's Breath festivity
Bachelor Button anticipation
Begonia deep thoughts
Black-Eyed Susan encouragement
Camellia graciousness
Carnation  
pink gratitude
red flashy
striped refusal
white remembrance
yellow cheerful
Chrysanthemum  
bronze excitement
white truth
red sharing
yellow secret admirer
Cosmos peaceful
Crocus foresight
Daffodil chivalry
Delphinium boldness
Daisy innocence
Freesia spirited
Forget-Me-Not remember me forever
Gardenia joy
Geranium comfort
Ginger proud
Gladiolus strength of character
Heather solitude
Hibiscus delicate beauty
Holly domestic happiness
Hyacinth sincerity
Hydrangea perseverance
Iris inspiration
Ivy fidelity
Jasmine grace and elegance
Larkspur beautiful spirit
Lavender distrust
Lilac first love
Lily  
Calla regal
Casablanca celebration
Day enthusiasm
Stargazer ambition
Lisianthus calming
Magnolia dignity
Marigold desire for riches
Nasturtium patriotism
Orange Blossom fertility
Orchid delicate beauty
Pansy loving thoughts
Passion flower passion
Peony healing
Poppy consolation
Queen Anne's Lace delicate femininity
Ranunculus radiant
Rhododendron beware
Rose  
pink friendship
red passionate love
red & white unity
white purity
yellow zealous
Snapdragon presumptuous
Star of Bethlehem hope
Stephanotis good luck
Statice success
Sunflower adoration
Sweetpea shyness
Tuberose pleasure
Tulip  
pink caring
purple royalty
red declaration of love
white forgiveness
yellow hopelessly in love
Violet faithfulness
Wisteria steadfast
Yarrow good health
Zinnia thoughts of friends

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