Monthly Archives: January 2012

Love is in the Air

At DFW Flowers, roses are one of the most popular flowers to send and receive on Valentine’s day; and it’s no wonder, since they represent beauty and love. From ancient Romon legend to the present Valentine’s Day, roses have carried … Continue reading

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Winter Flower: The Orchid

The orchid‘s name originates from the Greek orchis, meaning “testicle,” and its history is one of lust, greed, and wealth. Some orchids are called “ladies’ fingers,” “ladies’ tresses,” or “long purples.” Orchids were collected extensively during the 1800s; once, four … Continue reading

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Argument Solvers

The stress of the holidays and new year can sometimes leave a person a little on edge. So messing up with your spouse is inevitable. But no worries, DFW Flowers is here to help get you out of the doghouse … Continue reading

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January Flower: Carnation

The carnation — originally called dianthus by the Greek botanist Theopharastus — is native to the Near East and has been cultivated for the last 2,000 years. Some scholars believe that the name “carnation” comes from “coronation” or “corone” (flower … Continue reading

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