March is a busy month full of events and holidays. There’s St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, and Plant a Flower Day. One of the busiest celebratory days of the month is March 20th.
First, it’s Proposal Day. That means it’s time to start thinking about wedding flowers and wedding planning. For that, we have a dedicated website and wedding flowers team who can help you get started on planning that special day.
Second, March 20th is the first day of Spring. It’s a great time to think about renewal and focus on making a better you. There are also ways to help encourage others to be the best version of themselves.
We’re excited to see what Nature has in store as we get our shipments of fresh spring flowers from our flower suppliers who are located all over the world.
Here are some highlights from that spring flower and gift collection, including numerous arrangements, centerpiece and bouquets for Easter:
A cylinder vase holds a bevy of spring flowers that include light blue hydrangea, yellow spray roses, raspberry gerbera daisies, orange tulips and “Raspberry Ice” roses.
SCENT OF THE SEASON
This is a contemporary floral design for spring. It offers lavender hyacinth, yellow tulips, white lilies, light blue delphinium, and green hydrangea.
GATHER IN THE GARDEN
Spring flowers abound in this garden style flower arrangement full of daffodils, blue iris, Monte Casino, hot pink gerbera daisies, and pussy willow. It features an all-around design.
GREEN AND BLOOMING COUNTRY BASKET
This is an assortment of green and blooming plants arranged in a wicker basket with Spanish moss and a bow.
International Earth Day
Third, March 20th is International Earth Day. Be sure to check out what is happening in Baltimore where you can participate in a clean up effort or community garden to do your share in caring for your planet. We owe it to our current and future generations to ensure our ecosystems and natural resources are sustainable.
You can also select from our collection of green and flowering plant to add a reminder of why it’s so important to take care of all the beautiful thing Earth offers us.