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The Best Flowers For A Funeral

In the U.S.A, we are lovers of flowers, among other things, because they transmit joy, happiness and are in themselves beneficial for health and life in general. But they do much more than that.
In times of loss, farewell, and sadness, they give comfort and show respect. They have their own language, they tell a story with all the meanings associated with it, and they accompany us in all the moments of life, even in the most painful moments.
we already told you how to choose flowers for a funeral, and today we review which are the best flowers for occasions like these.
Agapanthus
The nickname of this flower is “flower of love” and comes from the Greek words ‘agape’ (love) and ‘ethos’ (flower). No doubt it is a perfect flower if the lost person is someone you loved and wanted a lot.
Astromelia
Represents eternal friendship and is a more than right choice if you want to commemorate one last time the strong friendship that you joined someone.
Cala
Represents purity, sympathy, and beauty. The shape of these flowers, with their stylized ornate chalices, is ideal if you want a floral arrangement that decorates the church. Chrysanthemums
The white and yellow chrysanthemums are used a lot to say goodbye to a loved one in Asia. This flower of gold, as we told you in the post about flowers for All Saints’ Day, symbolizes the desire for a long and prosperous life, in addition to good luck.
Dalia
Symbolizes wealth, strength and throws the message “forever yours.” It is perfect for farewells and to celebrate love.
Freesia
Along with the dahlia, freesia gives off a slight perfume and is another great representative of unconditional love. It is also among the 5 most resistant and durable flowers.
Hydrangea
It symbolizes gratitude, grace, and beauty. Its colors represent love, harmony, and peace, which makes it the perfect flower for a funeral.

Lily
It could not be missing from the list of favorite flowers for moments of loss, as it is one of the most representative flowers of moments like this. It is closely linked to Holy Week and it’s pure, serene and elegant appearance expresses desires for improvement in times of loss and mourning.
Lisianthus
Symbolizes appreciation, gratitude, and charisma. It is a precious way to thank the lost person.
Rosa
If there is a flower that expresses love above all, that is the rose, perfect for a commemorative bouquet. Each color of the rose has a meaning and it is important to know it to get it right and not throw a wrong message.
From the U.S.A, we want to accompany you with our flowers even at the most difficult times and that is why we have a special catalog for these occasions. We have all kinds of flowers and arrangements for funerals and cemeteries, and our proposal includes wreaths, palms or flower crosses.

The best plants for an autumn garden

autumn garden

Who says that the outdoor spaces are only for the summer? Autumn is a good time to enjoy our outdoor environments, such as the terrace, the garden, the porch, the balcony …

That is why, we want to help you decorate your exterior with the power of nature. Now, what are the best plants for the fall season? Do not be afraid, we know the answer. Discover the best plants for an autumn garden. Read more

6 Beautiful Spring Flowers

Winter is finally over and with the arrival of spring, every lover of gardening begins to plan the work in the garden and, especially, began to devote himself to the cultivation of flowers. See your flowery meadow is one of the best feelings for anyone with a passion for nature.

The flowering plants, annual or perennial, are able to turn any outdoor space into a wonderful corner of paradise; rimpiendo color the garden, rather than the terrace of the house, we could really savor the long-awaited spring.

This time of year nature awakens; the fields are filled with small flowers spontaneously and plants begin to color shades of green. Obviously, there are many species of flowers that you can plant in the spring, depending on our personal taste and our requirements, you can choose from many varieties. Read more

Geranium Care: Tips and important information

Geranium Care

The Pelargonium, along with Geranium, belongs to the family Geraniaceae. Both, count a large number of different species and varieties.

Pelargonium and Geranium, have in common, besides the immediate family, the shape of the fruit, which appears elongated and pointed. The Pelargoniums are a suffruticosa plant, the Geranium is a herbaceous. Their flowers, in both cases formed by five petals, are very different. In Pelargoni the corolla of a flower is formed from two different upper petals to shape, size and colors and three other increasingly less equal to each other. I have Geranium flowers with flat corolla, formed by equal petals, with color shades that can go from pink to purple, white to red, furrowed Read veins. Another distinctive feature of the two plants are the leaves, whole in Pelargoni, divided in Geranium.

The geranium is one of the most common plants vessel during the spring-summer season. Many have balconies or gardens adorned by abundant and colorful geranium blooms, which also come with fragrance particularly. They are often also used as a remedy against mosquitoes.

Below we will discuss the Pelargonium that commonly and erroneously also are known with the name of geraniums. Originating in southern Africa, they have spread rapidly throughout the world, because they are particularly valued as ornamental pot plants or garden but also for their ease of cultivation. Read more

Poinsettia: 6 things to know to keep it from dying

Poinsettia

Symbol par excellence of the festivities, the Christmas star is one of the Christmas plant par excellence together with mistletoe: scenic, beautiful, red, to not let it die, it takes a few simple rules. Moreover, keep it flourished is not difficult and with few tips, you may have throughout the year your poinsettia home, as beautiful and ornamental plant. Here are 5 things to know to keep it from dying. Read more

Camelia Sasanqua: Winter Blooms

Camelia Sasanqua

The plants with blooms hibernates them are not many. Among the most beautiful and colorful blooms we can definitely put the queen of winter, that is, the Camelia Sasanqua. This challenge plant frost, giving a bloom from magenta intense color. If you want to give a touch of color to your garden, even in the cold winter months, choose this example, will be a pleasure for your eyes.

Knowing the Camelia Sasanqua

The Camelia Sasanqua belongs to the Theaceae family and is native of territory of China and Japan. It is an evergreen shrub that can be expanded or erect, much branched, with pale green and small leaves.

This particular specimen of Camelia is often remembered as Camellia Christmas; in fact we have already mentioned that this is exemplary with a bloom that occurs during the cold months, this fact takes place from autumn to continue until the month of March. The flowers can be very different both in form and number of petals, there is one variety rather wide. As for the longevity of this exemplary Camelia lives many years alternating exceptional blooms to more modest blooms. Read more

You can be grown perennials in the garden or on the balcony

perennials

Cold temperatures are certainly not considered friends of the green thumb and are often the main cause of bare gardens, inanimate and lifeless. However, do not panic! You do not need to wait in fact the hot spring to again enjoy a vivid and colorful vegetation, as there are many plants that can withstand the cold winter temperatures and show themselves in all their splendor even in the coldest season of the year. These are called perennials.

What is a perennial plant?

Perennial plants are so named because of their ability to live beyond two years, thanks to a growth cycle that allows them to produce flowers and fruit all year long. In particular, it defines a perennial plant which is capable of replication in a constant manner during all seasons, maintaining its color unchanged even when it is at rest.

It should make it clear that we do not speak of “immortal plant” but of plants that enjoy a life much longer than those so-called “annual” or “biennial.” Perennial plants do not need special care; they are great for decorating gardens or balconies and are easily adapted to extremely cold temperatures, very hot and well to dry soils. Read more

Guide to the choice of roses

Guide-to-the-choice-of-roses

Choosing the right rose to put in the garden or at home, it requires certain considerations and assessments due to the high number of varieties and cultivars, different in shape, size, color and bloom.

Choosing the right rose to put in the garden or in the house requires some considerations and evaluations, because of the number of varieties and cultivars, different in shape, size, color and bloom. Read more

Balcony flowers: Daisies in pots, the advice to cultivate!

Daisies

Cultivate daisies in pots is very simple, and you have the advantage of having a balcony with flowers and cheerful with just a couple of pots!

Among the balcony flowers fact daisies they are undoubtedly among the most simple, but have the ability to immediately put joy!

The daisies in pots also a period of very broad flowering: bloom in late April to remain in bloom until September! Read more

Zinnia: Ornamental flower that loves butterflies

Zinnia

The zinnia is an interesting flower to brighten up the garden. There are different varieties of this flower, there are more than twenty, and differ both as the barrel size (which can be low or high in the case of the giant zinnia), both as petal color ranging from orange to red, to lilac and to creamy white, with even two-tone particularly ornamental cultivars. The leaves are lance-shaped and rather intense green. As a flower is very easy to grow, being a very rustic plant, of the Asteraceae family. Depending on the variety can be either annual or perennial plant. Read more

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