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Celebrating Summer in San Diego with Seasonal Flowers

Summer officially kicked off on June 21st so it's in full swing at all of our San Diego flower shops with the arrival of our summer flower collection. This year's collection includes new floral designs and unique ways to display summer flowers in your home or office as well as special summer arrangements that make great gifts for loved ones or that offer a stunning ambiance to your summer wedding or summer event. We even have patriotic summer flower arrangements for the Fourth of July!   Here are some highlights from our summer flower collection to get you in the mood to place an order today and take advantage of our special pricing on many of our summer flower bouquets: CALIFORNIA SUNSHINE This bright summer flower arrangement includes yellow roses that have been combined with green hydrangeas, a locally grown succulent, and other local accent flowers. RAINBOW SORBET Blooming with vibrant colors, this summer bouquet features orange and pink roses, blue and green hydrangea, gerbera daisies and more are the perfect gift for any occasion.  You can select from three sizes.  ROSES AND GERBERA DAISIES BOUQUET The Roses and Daisy Bouquet comes with a choice of nine, 14, or 19

June 28th, 2017|Categories: Summer Flowers|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Celebrating Summer in San Diego with Seasonal Flowers

Veteran’s Day is November 11th and it is a special day that provides a way to recognize all the veterans who have fought across all battles, wars, and conflicts to save our freedom and protect the rights of others. While they deserve praise every day of the year, this is at least a way to draw attention and awareness to the plight of our veterans who still need help and assistance after they return home from the fight. In San Diego, we have many events that honor veterans on Veteran’s Day. Many events are produced by San Diego Veteran’s Week, including the annual Veteran’s Day Parade. This year ‘s parade has the theme of a “Tribute to the Guardians of Freedom.” It’s the 30th year that the parade has been held and draws attention to the fact that these courageous people have chosen to fight on behalf of all of us to preserve our freedom and rights. The parade will begin at North Harbor Drive, one block south of Grape Street. It will proceed south past numerous grandstands and the USS Midway. It will continue on Harbor Drive to Pacific Highway and conclude there, making the parade route about one

Memorial Day: Remembering those Who Died in Service to Our Country

With many of you most likely making your Memorial Day plans that involve escaping work and school with a weekend getaway, trip to the beach, or barbecue, it’s important to remember the real purpose of this special day of remembrance. Our blog post this week covers the meaning of Memorial Day, local San Diego Memorial Day celebrations, and ideas for remembering loved ones with Memorial Day wreaths or patriotic flowers. The Meaning of Memorial Day The first Memorial Day was celebrated in 1868 by its creator, General John Logan, who also started the tradition of laying flowers on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery. Since then, it has become a Federal holiday where the country celebrates with local Memorial Day parades and remembrance ceremonies as well as the Moment of Remembrance that occurs at 3pm local time in your city. It’s a moment to stop and quietly reflect on what all soldiers who have died fighting for freedom have done for us and our country. Memorial Day Celebrations in San Diego In San Diego, there are a number of ways to join in Memorial Day celebrations: Memorial Day at Embarcadero – Visit the Maritime Museum of

May 22nd, 2013|Categories: Memorial Day|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Memorial Day: Remembering those Who Died in Service to Our Country