Valentine’s Day, the perfect day to celebrate love, is just a few calendar spaces ahead, the best thing to present your sweetheart is flowers. Nothing goes wrong with flowers except exceeding your budget. They know this is the season of love and flowers are the plainest and most romantic way to celebrate love. That is
Valentine’s Day, the perfect day to celebrate love, is just a few calendar spaces ahead, the best thing to present your sweetheart is flowers. Nothing goes wrong with flowers except exceeding your budget. They know this is the season of love and flowers are the plainest and most romantic way to celebrate love. That is why the flowers can get pricey.
However, there is an advantage; also, many flower shops offer large discount codes and promo codes on the days following Valentine’s Day. Make sure you get a handful of those. You cannot certainly rely on stores to offer discounts what if they don’t? So, be prepared, and for that, you should read the tips below.
Go For Seasonal Floras
Spring is not here yet, but the spring flowers are already spreading their sweet fragrances. Try to choose from daffodils, tulips, or hyacinths as these will be more pocket-friendly in this season than the rest. Flowers that are not in season will obviously cost more and forget roses because they are going to cost an arm and leg as it is their day of glory.
It may sound insane, but we are only asking you to ditch the florists and not blooming flowers. If you book an arrangement from any florist, there is a minor chance you’ll be able to see the flowers before they are ready. You may get amazing online voucher codes by these florists but on the cost of a surprise and there is no guarantee these surprises will be happy ones.
The better way out is to shop fresh flowers from any grocery store. You can see them yourself and choose and the best thing they’ll be way cheaper than the flower shops.
Make A Pact With Potted Bulbs
These floras can be replanted and saved. A pot of tulip will bloom again next Valentine’s to make your partner realize how much you have invested in this relationship in a year.
Your loved one just has to save the bulb after it is done blooming and transplant it to a garden or pot to make it flourish forever like the love you both share.
Orchids Are Off Limits
Quite literally! Orchids are not grown locally in many areas which means hefty amounts goes into shipping and transporting orchids and lilies. They sure look exotic and are very hard to resist but think logically; they are going to die the same as the other flowers would.
You are bound to see marketing campaigns claiming these florae can be purchased on discounted prices for the Valentine, and many will be offering discount codes and promo codes on booking in advance. Don’t let them lure you because even after all the discounts you’ll end up paying a lot more than you’ll pay for locally grown flowers.
World Doesn’t End At Blooming Flowers
Think broad, think different. There is no rule of the thumb that you have to present colorful, nice smelling booming flowers only. Basic houseplants are the kind of gifts that keep on giving. A plant like Aloe Vera is functional and can be used for many things. It is a gift of value now!
Make A Move
By making a move we mean skip the delivery and deliver the gorgeous bouquet yourself. If you go through a florist anyway, don’t make them deliver at least because they may charge you extra. And the catch here is your loved one will be a lot happier to see you with the flowers than the delivery man, no?
Not because you’ll be tired after delivering the bouquet yourself and your feet may ache. Add some aspirin to the flowers to make them live longer. Add a crushed aspirin to the water of the bouquet to help the flowers bloom longer.
In the end, all we want to do is wish you luck and love not on Valentine’s Day only but for the rest of your life. May your love blooms like those beautiful flowers that you plant to gift this year. We hope the pleasant fragrances of the flora stays on forever in the garden of your love. Have a happy Valentine’s Day!3 comments