The Jewish New Year is celebrated from September 24 until September 26th and is known as Rosh Hashanah. Known as the Head of the Year, this special celebration is observed for two days. This time period is known as the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, which provides a connection between mankind and God. Celebrating the New Year The focus during this time is to reflect on this special relationship between God and mankind, including our own personal relationship with Him. Each year is a renewal of that relationship and connection. The observance of Rosh Hashanah includes sounding the shofar, which is the ram’s horn used to announce the coronation of the king and it also calls for repentance from sin. This signals ten days of repentance that then ends with Yom Kippur, known as the Day of Atonement. The horn is blasted 100 times over the course of Rosh Hashanah services as a reminder. Other parts of Rosh Hashanah include eating an apple dipped in honey and many special foods that symbolize the blessings of a New Year. Special prayers are also said along with candle lighting ceremonies. Flowers and Gifts for Rosh Hashanah We have a
We know just how busy you are and are always looking for ways to get your shopping done quickly and easily. That’s why we decided to make it as easy as possible for you by putting our top selling floral arrangements directly on our home page. From your computer, tablet, or smartphone, you can immediately view a wide range of popular flower arrangements that you may also like for a special occasion, home décor item, or upcoming event. This save you the time of navigating around our website. Here you can see a picture and read a description and then simply click on it and buy it. Even faster is if you register with us so your delivery and payment information is already stored on the website. To give you an idea of some of the incredible floral arrangements that you can find on our home page, we put a small list together to show you the diversity in style, flower variety, and price range. EXTRAVAGANCE Created by our award-winning floral design team, this floral arrangement includes phalaenopsis orchid blooms, hydrangeas, succulents, roses and calla lilies. It is accented with lily grass and stones in a clear round glass vase.
The official start of the fall season is September 23rd, but fall flowers have already arrived in our San Diego flower shops. They are waiting for you to take them home, send them to loved ones, or display them at an upcoming fall wedding or fall event. We are excited to share these favorite fall flowers as part of our fall flower collection or as individual purchases of fall flower varieties like sunflowers—always a big seller in all our San Diego flower shop locations. Some of the beautiful fall flower arrangements we have include the following: BRIGHT AS DAY This flower arrangement is a great way to celebrate the fall season. It features a colorful combination of orange Asiatic lilies, dark orange alstromeria, bright sunflowers, pink roses and lavender stock. It is hand arranged and hand delivered in a beautifully crafted vase. DEL MAR SUNSET This modern fall flower arrangement features roses, tulips, lilies and hydrangea in a leaf lined glass vase. SUNFLOWER FUN This flower arrangement has a dozen vibrant yellow sunflowers that are accented with delicately folded aspidistra leaves and arranged in a clear glass vase GARDEN SUNSET This is a garden-style flower arrangement of sunflowers, roses, Peruvian
National Grandparents Day is that special day to celebrate those special people that love and spoil you. Although every day is a special day when you have family that love you unconditionally and have the wisdom to provide you with the best advice, it is nice to have a special day of honor set aside for them. This special day is on Sunday, September 7th. Whether you spend time with them, send them a gift, or do both, remember what they add to your life. How to Celebrate National Grandparents Day There are so many ways that you can celebrate this special day with your grandparents: Take them out for a meal or have them over for dinner. Spend the day out together doing something they enjoy. Help them around their house with repairs, maintenance, or cleaning. Visit with them, talking and listening to their great stories. Call or video chat with them. Give them a gift. Do all of the above! Gift Ideas for Grandparents Day Whether you just can’t be with them on this special day because of the distance or you want to give them something in addition to the other ways you plan to celebrate, check