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Interesting Information on Fresh Cut Flowers

Blooms of fresh-cut flowers have been adding sentiments to our lives for ages. From worshipping God to decorating homes and parties, flowers are needed everywhere to add natural aesthetics to the atmosphere.
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Fresh Cut Flowers

How To Keep Fresh Cut Flowers Alive Longer?

How To Keep Fresh Cut Flowers Alive Longer? Flowers are defined as seed bearings of glistening lovely shades. We all get flowers as gifts on any occasion and stages of convalescence.
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Flower Vase

10 Kinds Of Flower Vase At Home

A flower vase is an aesthetic receptacle for flowers. It can be made of different materials like crystal, clay, paper, beaded, metal, plastic, bricks and cement, wood, and glass. Interestingly, a flower vase can come in a variety of shapes, colors, brands, and sizes.

They are important for beauty and pleasure in the home and are indispensable interior decor objects required to make your space sparkle. Amazingly, a flowerless can fit in anywhere and virtually everywhere; in the office, school, and at home!

Here are 10 kinds of must-have flower vases at home:

Narrow Neck Vase:
This is suitable for large flowers with long stem.

Bud Vase:
A nice fit for all flowers.

Cylinder Vase:
Excellent place for freshly cut flowers.

Cube Vase:
A cube vase is perfect for bouquets.

Glass Vase:
Freshly cut flowers are a great fit for this.

Clay Vase:
A rustic flower would fit into this.

Metal Vase:
With a nice coat, any fresh flower would perfectly fit in.

Bricks and Cement vase:
Great for verandas and lobbies in the home.

Paper Vase:
Nice fit for artificial flowers.

Plastic Vase:
With appropriate coating, it would be suitable for walls and center tables.

Order fresh flowers with Vase-
Fresh Cut Flower Bouquet with Vase
Hanging Flower Pots
Bunny Rabbit Design White Mini Ceramic Plant Flower Pot

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Love and Romance

Love and Romance

Love and Romance- You know that feeling when you look into your partner’s eyes and you get lost in the ocean of beauty that is them? The two stars that they have for eyes that make every problem disappear at the moment and you become enveloped in complete calm and safety as they wrap their arms around you to pull you close for a hug. Sometimes you’re at work and that’s all you can think of; their smile, the way they hug you,

and just the way you become so overwhelmed with the amount of love you feel anytime you’re around them. 

You just count down the minutes until the workday is done so you can call them and hear their voice and think of what to do to show this beautiful and amazing human just how much you love them.  So what do you do?

There are so many good options out there to express how much you love your person. You can cook them dinner, have a unique date night such as a paint night, or stargaze in the backyard.

 or even cozy up and watch the new Spiderman Movie! But sometimes, you want to do something in between that step, a little extra nudge to show your person the love they deserve, and what better way to do that than to bring flowers to them?

Why flowers?

Flowers are a timeless symbol of romance and appreciation for the person you love and will give a constant reminder for a few weeks of how much you love them!

What if you’re long-distance?

The great part about flowers is that you can set up a long-distance flower delivery so you can send them a text of 2D flowers and then surprise them with the real thing!

What type of flowers should you give?

Red roses are always the classic flower for romance but there are others you can send!  Start with their favorite flower and if they don’t have a preference then move on to one of these.   Along with roses, you can send them Tulips, Daisies, Orchids, Gerbera Daisies, or Hydrangeas.  All these flowers will be well received in deep red, pastels, or any soft shades of blue.

Can I buy flowers for a guy?

Absolutely! Which human wouldn’t love a single rose or even a dozen of fresh flowers of which their vibrant

and charming colors and shape remind you of your partner’s amazing and lovable personality!

Express your love by giving these fresh and beautiful flowers to your loved one-
50 Assorted Roses- Two Colors
Fresh Cut Flowers-Dendrobium Orchids White
50 Red Roses- Fresh Cut Flowers

By Krystal Ramsaran

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daisies flower

Flower Spotlight: Delightful Daisies

What do daisies symbolize and how did they get their name?

Freya, the Norse goddess of love, beauty, and fertility cherished the daisy as her sacred flower, so as time passed, this flower came to symbolize new beginnings. They are some of the first flowers to bloom in spring, as early as April, the month they represent. It may come as a surprise to many that the English version of the name originated by the mashing of the words “day’s eye”,

due to the outer petals of the flower closing in around its center when night falls. It is from this peculiarity that the expression “fresh as a daisy” comes from:

when someone has a good night’s rest, the next morning they are as lively and cheerful as a daisy.

What kinds of daisies are there?

The flower diameter of a daisy is typically around 3 to 5 inches, about half the size of their larger cousins, the sunflower, who they resemble in shape and composition. Surrounding the disk at the center of the flower, you will first find the disk floret, composed of hundreds of tiny petals,

usually the same color as the larger petals of the ray floret that crown the flower.  Most varieties of daisies are native to South America, Asia, and Africa,

but they have since adapted to virtually every climate. Today, they are one of the most widely sold cut flowers in the world. The popular varieties of daisies include:

  • Shasta daisy: these have a yellow center with pristine white petals. These are the ones you picture on a meadow on a hot summer day
  • Gerbera daisy or the African Daisy: this variety has a darker center and it can produce petals in bright tones yellow, orange, red, and purple.
  • Barberton daisy: like the gerbera daisy, grows to produce radiant petals of different colors. It usually has a smaller disc, and it can sometimes produce pointed petals instead of rounded ones.

When is it most appropriate to give daisies?

The innocence and purity of children are best captured by a daisy, this is why it is one of the most common flowers to give to new mothers after childbirth. so As a perennial garden plant, they work wonders too, attracting butterflies and birds,

thereby creating a rich natural environment for children to grow up in. For less fortunate days, they can be brew into a tea to help relieve coughs and inflammations. Their leaves, rich in vitamin C, can even be add to salads for a nutritious meal.Flower Spotlight

By V.M. Pierluisi

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When someone in your family or friends is unwell, you wish for their rapid recovery, by paying them a visit or by sending them something homemade with a cute little get-well card and a bunch of flowers. This small gesture can bring so much joy to their life and can help them heal faster. Here is a small guide for how to choose the perfect flowers for your loved ones if they are not feeling well.


Succulents are not really flowers but they are the perfect and low-maintenance gift you can give to someone who is unwell. They are the cutest little plants that everyone loves. Their bright green color can cheer the unhappy moods and they are also known to reduce stress and purify air.


These joyful yellow petals are the perfect gift for someone who is sick, these bright colors will make them happy. Sunflowers are known to be happy flowers and they make the best gift for some to make their day happy and joyful.


Tulips can bloom for up to 2 weeks if in a cooler atmosphere, making them the perfect get-well-soon gift as they are low maintenance but also bring a smile to the face. They are the classic flowers and also represent deep love.


These beautiful colored flowers make the perfect addition to your bed side table of your room or in hospital. This flower gives springy vibes and make your mood a little cheerful. Peonies represent love and healing. sending these to your loved ones who are unwell can motivate them to heal faster.



Plants or flowers that needs minimal care are the best ones for someone who is sick, because as they are recovering they can also enjoy the flower by taking care of it and can also take it home with them.


Before choosing any flower make sure to check if it will cause someone allergies. You also have to think about the hospital staff because its likely to have one person who is allergic so choose hypoallergenic plants that will not cause anyone trouble.


The smaller the size is, the better it is. No matter how good the big vases and bouquet looks but that needs space and care. And for situations like these its good to send small pots of flowers that will also compliment the side table of the hospital room.

You may wish them well with these Get Well Soon fresh flowers-
Purple Extravagance
Sunset Bouquet
Dozen White Roses


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best selling flowers

Top Seven Best Selling Flowers

What are the best selling flowers on the market today? This article will discuss what the best selling cut flowers in the US are.

  1. Tulip
  2. Oriental Lily
  3. Daisy
  4. Asiatic Lily
  5. Rose
  6. Iris
  7. Sunflower

Flowers have a way of adding something special to almost any setting. The combination of beauty and pleasant fragrance never disappoints. so Thankfully, in today's age, flowers of all kinds can be obtained without too much trouble. In contrast, to get an oriental Lily in the past, one would need to have traveled to Japan.


Tulips are a classic flower that has long been a fan favorite. Tulips have an almost animated look about them that can add an artistic touch to any room. and Tulips are known for their bright colors and bluish-green leaves as they emerge from the earth.

Oriental Lily

The Lily flower appears twice on this list. but The oriental variety comes from the Japanese area. These flowers are white, yellow, or pink.


Most people could’ve guessed that the Daisy flower would make this list. but Daisies are a beautiful white, circular flower with a yellow center.

Asiatic Lily

The Asiatic Lily is the second Lily plant on this list, and it’s right near the top like its cousin. This plant, as the name suggests, comes from the Asia region. and It can come in almost any color except blue.


The Rose is another expected member of this list. Roses are a classic flower with a lovely scent. Red roses are long known to represent love and romance.


Irises are beautiful purple plants that grab attention easily. so They are name after the Greek word for rainbow.


Everybody knows and loves sunflowers. Because Sunflowers are giant plants that leave people in awe upon seeing them.


So, what are you waiting for?so Go out and pick one of these winning, popular flowers today! Some beautiful flowers you may order for any occasion at NBU flowers.

By Ben Griffin

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Best Selling Flowers

Best Selling Flowers

If you want to send a bouquet of flowers that will make an impression, best selling flowers are often the perfect choice. Not only are they popular with every recipient, but they're also easy to find at most florists and never fail to impress!

While we tend to think of flowers as being exclusively purchased for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, and Mother's Day, many people purchase fresh flowers every week during the growing season.

Every year, more than half of all U.S. households (56 percent) purchase cut flowers, spending $9 billion on them.

Organic Flowers is a new business that has started up in order to meet this demand. The company grows and delivers locally grown organic cut flowers directly to customers, with no middlemen to offend. This not only saves customers money but also helps to protect the environment. 

Carnations, daisies, and roses are the most popular flowers in the United States. They are also among the world's most cultivated flowers. The demand for these three comes from their versatility as well as their beauty.

Carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus) Best Selling Flowers-

Carnations are popular flowers in the United States. Carnations originated in Europe, and the most common flower color is red, but they can also be found in other colors. The name Carnation comes from the Latin word caro meaning flesh, which refers to its soft texture. There are special cultivars of carnations that have an improved color combination and more intense color. These improvements make carnations a perfect choice for flower bouquets.

Daises (Bellis perennis)

Daisies have been the most popular flower in the UK for over a decade. The daisy is a plant with wide range of uses and it has been use both as an ornamental plant, as well as in food and medicine. Daisies are best known for their role in mythology and literature, because of their resemblance to the sun.

It was believed that daisy flowers could heal eye diseases and were also used as a remedy for headaches. The flower symbolizes innocence, joy and purity. In some parts of the world, it is believe that daisy flowers bring good fortune and wealth.

Roses ( Rosa)

Roses, which are also referre to as Rosa, are a genus of flowers that come in different colors, sizes and shapes. Rose has had an important place in history due to their beauty and fragrance. This is what makes them the best selling flowers by far.

Roses belong to the family of Rosaceae and there are over 100 species. They can be placed in 12 genera with over 20,000 cultivars grown all over the world. Roses are used as decorative plants and are exported world wide. The most popular varieties include Hybrid Tea Roses, Ramblers, Climbing Roses, and Polyanthas.

By choosing one of these bestselling flowers, you can be assure that your bouquet is going to look great and make a statement. If you'd like to send flowers to someone special in the coming weeks, these are some great choices!

Choose and order fresh and beautiful flowers and bouquets for your loved ones- 

Beautiful stems of lavender, roses, Daisys, and white Alstroemerias
20 stem Rainbow Mini Carnations, With Vase (Fresh Cut Flowers)
Fresh Flowers - Purple Dendrobium Orchids
Charming Bouquet, Fresh Cut Flowers
50 Assorted Roses- Two Colors- Fresh Flowers

By Emma Reeds

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Birthday Bouquet

How to Keep Birthday Bouquet Fresh

When it comes to birthday bouquets, there are many. The bouquets consist of many flowers to make it up. For adults and kids, they could be fun. They make the patients in the hospitals feel great worldwide. When you see bouquets in stores they are wrapped up. In fact, they are wrapped up no matter where you see them. Believe it or not, there are some in homes that are still that way.  Here are 3 tips to help you do so. Especially, if you have flowers.

Birthday Bouquet: 1.Cut the stem to a 45-degree angle. 

This angle allows for the greater surface area and corresponding increase water uptake.

2.Clean the water Daily

Change it every 2-3 day. Flowers need to drink a lot of water. The difference they have no choice. Only you have it. It is not uncommon for a large arrangement to suck up water. No matter if it is a vase or flower pot. Water is life for us and life for flowers.

3.Use the Flower Food

You could make this homemade or you could buy it. Flowers need food just like they need water. To make this use water of course, just add lemon juice in it, one tablespoon of sugar and bleach.

Bouquets require a lot of the thing's humans do. We need food, water and sometimes, we need to be cut. Cut to allow just the right measures inside. Flowers stay fresh gardens due to the face that gardeners water it. They feed it properly. They go out and cut it. The bad ones they weed them out from the root. In addition to the tips, keep them in a cool temperature. Keep them from direct sunlight as well. You want to repeat these steps every day.

You can gift beautiful bouquets on the occasion of the Birthday of your loved ones-
Lovepop Birthday Flower Bouquet
Red Roses Flower Bouquet-12 Red Roses
Real Fresh Roses Flowers That Last a Year and More

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Flower Spotlight: Roses

It is impossible to mistake roses, with their velvet petals infinitely curled against each other in hypnotizing symmetry, and their stems full of thorns, ready to protect their delicate flowers by pricking any prying fingers.

The British adopted the rose as their national flower, after a civil war lasting three decades, ended with a decisive victory on the battlefield, and the union by the marriage of the two families that had long been rivals. It is not surprising that over its long history, the rose has come to symbolize love, beauty, and courage.

What are the different kinds of roses?

There are over 300 roses, and over 10,000, that is, varieties are grown for specific desirable traits. Broadly they can be classified into three categories:

  • Old Garden Roses: Sometimes referred to as “antique” or “historic” roses for having been around before 1867. Old garden roses bloom only once with intense fragrance. They know for being resistant to pests and adverse weather.
  • Wild Rose: As their name suggests, these roses have undergone little hybridization or cross-breeding. They can easily be identifie by their five-petaled flowers that are usually pink.
  • Modern Garden Roses: These kinds of roses bloom more often, some even continuously during the summer months, and they usually have larger flowers. The only downside is that their scent isn’t as strong, and they are more vulnerable to diseases.

What are the best conditions to grow roses?

Roses have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but that's not always the case. The Modern Garden Rose varieties have been bred to facilitate their cultivation, but it's still a good idea to plant them in their ideal conditions.

Replanting the dormant rose shrub is the most common way of getting them into your garden. Give them a good 2 - 4 ft of space between plants if you’re considering having more than one. They should ideally plant early spring in slightly acidic, fertile, and well-drained soil. Rose need at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. If that's not possible, make sure they at least get the first rays of the morning - these will evaporate the dawn dew and protect them from any nasty fungal diseases.

When they bloom in the summer, they can do so in just about any kind of color:

red, pink, white, yellow, orange, even purple, and even mysterious black!

Why are rose grown?

The beautiful, scented foliage of roses makes them a must-have in any garden, but the flower is a lot more versatile than it seems. After the rose flowers have been pollinated, they slowly start to ripen into rose hips, which are eaten raw in many countries for their high vitamin-C content. In the Middle East, rose water and oil frequently use as an ingredient in several desserts;

 and let's not forget that many perfumes and candles use it too.

Order from fresh, beautiful and assorted flowers-
Red Roses Flower Bouquet-12 Red Roses
Premium Roses
Rose Flower Bear -10inch Rose
50 Assorted Roses

Victor Medina Pierluisi

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Peonies are Forever

Legend has it that Zeus saved Paeon, the Greek goddess of healing, by turning her into a flower, the peony, after her teacher Asclepius, the god of medicine, went on a jealous rampage against her. While the exact origin is difficult to determine, we know for a fact that it has been a regular in gardens of Eurasia since the times of the ancient civilizations, often because it was used in the medicinal traditions of these cultures.

When talking about peonies, it is important to distinguish between the tree and the herbaceous varieties. The latter is the most common and well-known. Herbaceous means that the plant does not develop woody stems above the ground. For the tree varieties, it's the opposite, meaning that they can grow a little taller - up to 6 feet - in ideal conditions. Keep in mind, however, that although tree peony is the common name of the variety, it does not resemble a tree as we usually refer to it. In reality, they look like bright and colorful shrubs.

Within the tree and herbaceous peonies varieties, we can also draw distinctions according to the types of flowers they produce. In all cases, these varieties can bloom in many shades of pink, white, yellow, orange, red, and even purple:

  • Single: one row of broad petals
  • Bomb: a single row of broad petals encircles a dense pompon of narrower inward-facing petals
  • Double: the flower only consists of many broad petals
  • Semi-double: a double row of broad petals intertwines with the stamens
  • Anemone: a double row of broad petals encircles a pompon of thin outward-reaching narrower petals
  • Japanese: a single or double row encircles enlarged staminodes

Peonies are perennial plants, meaning that they can survive for more than two years. The herbaceous variety can propagate by dividing the roots when the plant is about to go into hibernation and replanting these 2 inches below the soil’s surface. Although the flowers only have a short blooming season of a little over a week, it is often said that if planted in an ideal location: in well-drained soil on a spot with at least 6 hours of sunshine per day, peonies can live for more than 100 years with minimum care.

These delicate and fragrant flowers symbolize love, romance, and beauty, possibly even more so than roses. Indeed it is not by mistake that they are by far the most popular flower at weddings.

Some of the beautiful flowers you may order for any occasions and for indoor and outdoor plants-
White Peony Wreath
Mixed Peony Value Bag
Bridal Wedding Bouquet

By Victor Medina Pierluisi

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How to Keep Cut Fresh Flowers

How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh at Home

How do you keep them fresh when you cut your flowers, whether from the florist, or market, or as a gift? Many people will plunk a penny into a water container with flowers in it. That does not simply work. We will show you what works and how you can keep your flowers fresh for longer at home.

Cut the Stem

A vascular system in the stems of flowers pulls water and nutrients for the blooms. Air can get into the stems if you don’t cut them. This can make it hard for the water to get in. Use very sharp scissors or pruning shears, and cut at least one-half inch off the bottom of the stems to make sure you’re cutting away any air bubbles that might be there. It’s a good idea to do this if your flowers come in a box or are tied with a rubber band.

Place Them in Water Quickly

Speed things up by cutting the stems under the water to keep air from getting into the stems. It’s also fine to put the flowers in a vase of water right away after you cut them. Put your bouquet together first. Then cut the stems and put them in a bowl of water.

Watch the Water Temperature

Don’t place flowers in hot water. Blooms from bulbs like anemones, daffodils, and tulips, survive if the water is below room temperature because they are winter flowers. Generally, the water should be at room temperature.

Remove Excess Foliage

If there are dead plants or extra leaves and flowers touching the water, remove them entirely from the water or the flower. Otherwise, they will rot quickly and spread bacteria that will make the flowers die off.

Avoid Sunlight

This may seem like a no-brainer, but when they are not in the soil, flowers should be kept in cool environments at all times, away from heating ducts and vents.

Change the Water

Change the water every three days and wash out the vase. That will flush out bacteria. You should also trim another half-inch off the stems while changing the water.

Use Flower Food

If your flowers come with “flower food,” you should feed them. Most flower food has sugar to help the flowers grow, acid to keep the water’s pH level stable, and a little bleach to get rid of bacteria and fungi in the vase water. All three help to keep the flowers alive for a longer time.

These tips will help you keep your flowers fresh for longer. Keep your floral decorations up as long as you want.

Click and order for fresh and beautiful Cut Flowers-
Fresh Cut Tinted Green Roses
Fresh Cut Blue Lollipop Roses

By Elizabeth Aremu

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