Top 5 Flowers to Present on Valentine's Day

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SAHOLA Floral Art & Event Design is located at 310 Springfield Avenue and can be reached by calling 1-855-439-5250.
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The history of presenting the flowers to your loved one on Valentine’s Day comes from the old-fashioned tradition of sending floral bouquets to pass on non-verbal messages. Introduced in the 18th century by Charles II of Sweden, each flower had a specific meaning attached to it, making it possible to have an entire conversation using only flowers. Today, people continue to send flowers on special occasions when they want to express love, joy, admiration and happiness.

So, what are the top 5 flower choices?

Certainly, we have to consider a traditional dozen of red roses, which signifies love, passion, romance. Roses always remain classic and elegant choice, especially for those who prefers to keep traditions.

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For those, who wants to express gratitude, purity and sweetness, the right choice will be pink and white roses, which are becoming more and more popular every year.

Tulips stand for perfect love. They are being associated with the Netherlands, where they were flourishing in the 17th century. They reflect enduring love between partners or family members, royalty and prosperity. They are a great alternative to roses.

Orchids send an exotic message of seduction. They symbolize love, luxury and strength. The men who give orchids are considered wilder, than the ones who goes for roses.

Lilies are the dramatic choice for Valentine’s Day and surely, they will please a person with sophisticated tastes. Whether pink, red, white or orange, they are the wonderful choice for an elegant recipient for celebrations.

Succulents - If you're part of 36% of women who is buying flowers for their guy on Valentine's Day, you definitely want to choose succulents. They can be arranged as a single flower on the stones, or a mix of succulents in a pot.  More spiny than delicate, succulents like aloe, cacti, or sempervivum are easy to care for and can last for months inside or out.

To view a full Valentine’s Day flower collection visit our website saholany.com to receive 10% OFF between February 1st - 13th.

Call 1-855-439-5250 or simply stop by to our flower shop at 310 Springfield Ave, Summit, NJ, 07901

Driven by passion for flowers and a fearless quest for innovation - SAHOLA Floral Art & Event Design is an upscale flower company known for its distinctive style, artistic and unique floral designs. Discretion with which they treat their clients, has created a unique and lasting trust in NYC, and being extended to Summit with the opening of their flower shop - featuring Wedding and Event Planning, Corporate and Residential Services, wide selection of Daily Arrangements, Kid’s Birthday Planning and Decor, Gift Boxes and more…

 

 

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