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With Valentine's Day coming
right up on February 14th, romance is in the air.
For men, women, and rotund winged cherubs alike,
it's the time for expressing our love and affection
for those who are most important to us. And
naturally enough, sending flowers is one of the best
romance ideas of all.
Surveys conducted by the Society of American
Florists indicate that 84% of women remember the
last time they got flowers. So guys, if you want to
make a lasting impression on your romantic partner,
flowers are a clear choice. Perhaps surprisingly,
the same SAF surveys showed that men place a high
value on romance; more than 85% believe that simple
romantic gestures ?such as giving flowers ?are
important to a relationship. Saying "I love you" has
become a fundamental sign of masculinity as men are
becoming emotional heroes as well as action heroes.
A clue to the ladies: your men enjoy receiving
Flowers, of course, are the universal symbol of
romance...an idea which has long withstood the test
of time. They touch the hearts of all of us. And we
all know that roses are the most romantic flowers of
all. Your professional florist can offer you lots of
choices among roses this year; check out the new
variety, "Red Intuition", which features clear red
petals flecked with darker red markings....and
exotic looking beauty! Or the dramatic "Black
Magic", with luxurious, velvety petals in a dark
Beyond the traditional roses, bouquets of fresh
spring flowers can present more possibilities for
romance ideas. Tulips, freesia, iris, daffodils and
hyacinths are abundant at this time of year and can
bring a bright burst of color to the hearts of your
loved ones. Many of these blossoms are sweetly
fragranced as well. Ask your florist to include a
rose or two in the arrangement, or send it along
with a small box of candy or a cuddly teddy bear to
underscore your romantic message. Consider sending
your flowers early in the week ?especially if
they're being delivered to a place of work ?so they
can be admired and enjoyed for several days more.
That will help ensure a timely delivery, avoiding
the last-minute crunch of Valentine's Day itself,
and ratchetting up the "envy factor" among your
beloved's co-workers......public pronouncements of
love are always effective.
More romantic floral notions: have flowers waiting
on the breakfast table or on the car seat before
work; have a centerpiece delivered to a restaurant
in advance of a Valentine dinner; hide a ring box or
a bracelet within a fresh floral bouquet; or send
theatre tickets tucked into a basket of blossoms.
Your local florist can help you with other ideas for
romance. Don't wait until the last minute....call or
visit soon and let Cupid's arrows fly.
*This article is cited from
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