Poinsettias are a definite Christmas icon and make the perfect gift to send to anyone but even more so long distance extended family. It is hard to get around to see everyone over the holidays but yet when you do not want to leave the long distance relatives and loved ones out the your holiday, sending them poinsettias is a great way to help them feel included.
Sending holiday flowers through Brant Florist is so easy! With Brant Florist you can be assured that the poinsettias your loved one receives will be gorgeous and healthy and you can be assured that your loved one will have just as gorgeous of a smile when they are delivered. Send your extended family that you cannot embrace this holiday season a gift of poinsettia and feel great knowing you have sent the freshest, most beautiful holiday flowers available.
More times then not, grandparents have “everything” and when it comes to holidays, making it difficult to decide on what to get them during the holidays. Christmas time, grandparents are gifting their grandchildren, and most good little boys and girls love to return that generosity. A great way to do that is to help your child pick out the perfect flower arrangement or gift basket to send their grandparents. That takes care of the gift for the grandparents for all your children making it very cost effective.
Brant Florist has so many gorgeous Christmas flower arrangements, vase flowers, and gift baskets that will bring the festive joy into grandparent’s homes. It can be a new family tradition with your children and just think – when your children have children, they just may be sending you flowers and gift baskets for the holidays too!
Here are a couple suggestions to get you started! Click on any of the pictures and it will take you right to the item on Brant Florist.
Many large corporation send out corporate gifts for the holidays however due to the large diversity of people and beliefs, they have to be careful not to offend anyone in the process. Choosing a suitable Christmas corporate gift can be challenging, especially if you are sending to a large number of people that you are not sure of beliefs and practices. Safe bets that can work for any individual are Christmas gift bouquets, Christmas floral arrangement, a simple basket of Christmas flowers, gift baskets, or perhaps Chocolate Gift Basket. The word Christmas is in front of the description only symbolizes the arrangement types focusing on traditional holiday colors of the season. You should avoid getting corporate gifts that have any religious symbolism or even Santa symbolism on them unless you know the recipient personally. What is so great about gifting flowers or gift baskets as they offer the diversity you as a corporation are looking for. You can easily select one item to gift for all and be perfectly safe in your holiday gifting.
Corporate Christmas gifts were commonly only gifted to the bigger clients that provided a lot of revenue through out the year in order to show appreciation and keep a solid business relationship. Now days, act of gifting not only is done with clients, but employees. This has proven to pay off nicely for companies by increasing workplace moral and productivity. Whether you are sending corporate gifts to large clients or to employees, you will find a huge selection of corporate Christmas gifts to choose from through the Brant Florist website! Everyone likes to be appreciated and the holidays are a great time to show that by gifting Corporate Christmas gifts.
As most know, Poinsettias are known to be one of the main favorite Christmas flower but did you know it has a couple hidden secrets that if you were not a flower person you might not know… even some flower people don’t always know the hidden secrets this gorgeous flower holds.
Here’s is one of the hidden secrets about Poinsettias:
The stalks of the Poinsettias have a milky fluid in them that contains latex. This is typically not harmful however, it is quite bitter tasting so although not poisonous to your pets, they will not enjoy the taste and very possibly get an upset tummy! If you are allergic to latex, you should not handle the plant without gloves.
Another hidden secret that is actually a myth is that the poinsettia is poisonous. The truth is the poinsettia is actually quite harmless to both children and pets. The poinsettia has been tested extensively for toxicity, but all tests come up negative or very low. According to studies done by POISENDEX, the source of poison information for the majority of poison control centers, it a 50 pound child would have to ingest more than 1¼ lbs of poinsettia leaves (about 500 to 600 leaves) to get sick. Now that is a lot of eating and a whole bunch of lack of supervision! The ASPCA’s website list the poinsettia as slightly toxic to dogs and cats, saying it can cause irritation in the stomach and mouth, but does ALSO point out it is generally over-rated in toxicity. However, The American Veterinary Medicine Association of America (AVMA), does not include poinsettias on it’s list of plants that are a threat to animals.
Even though the risks associated with the poinsettia is so low, it is not wise to have this plant within reach of curious pets or little children – not due to toxicity, but do to the safety of the plant. Little hands and pets have a tendency to “play” with these beauties, which can leave them looking rather torn.
The final hidden although not so much is that the poinsettia has its own special day, yet not many know this. The poinsettia is so popular that December 12th has been made the Official Poinsettia Day! Get your fresh beautiful poinsettias from Brant Florist in time to celebrate such a grand flower event!
December is a special month as it host two very special flowers as December’s birth flowers – the Poinsettia and the Narcissus.
The Poinsettia equates celebration, success, reassurance, and good cheer when gifted. The Poinsettia is known for its striking red displays at Christmas time and is often used as a floral Christmas decoration because of its festive colors.
Native to southern Mexico and Central America, the Poinsettia is known to reach heights of sixteen feet. They got their name from the first United States Ambassador to Mexico – Joel Roberts Poinsett who introduced the plant in the U.S. in 1825.
The Narcissus equates formality, sweetness, formality, respect, modesty and faithfulness when gifted. During the Victorian Era it is said that gifting Narcissus meant that the receiver was the ‘One and Only”. In Wales, it is traditional to wear a daffodil on Saint David’s Day (March 1st).
Narcissus is the Latin name for a group of hardy bulbous plant having erect linear leaves and showy yellow or white flowers. Narcissus is also called the Daffodil. There are several Narcissus species that bloom in the autumn but mostly are spring blooming. They are mostly native to the Mediterranean region, but a few species are found through central Asia to China. Common colors of Narcissus are white, yellow, and orange.
Narcissus and Poinsettia are a couple of the more common flowers used to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s Eve and make for a perfect gift for that December birthday person, or as a holiday gift.