Congratulations, Class of 2012!!!

May 18, 2012

As we come to the end of the school year, we would like to take a moment to say congratulations to the graduating class of 2012.  There are many students graduating from both high school and college this spring who have worked diligently throughout the years to accomplish this objective which is now before you.  […]

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April Flower of the Month

April 15, 2012

April is the quintessential spring month. It brings a variety of blooming flowers, chirping of baby birds, the birth of all manner of wildlife, and a renewed emerald canopy among the trees. With all of the life and gaiety accompanying this mildly warm month, it’s no surprise that April’s flower is the cheerful, jubilant daisy. […]

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The Flowers of Easter

April 6, 2012

We recognize Good Friday as the day our Savoir and Lord, Jesus Christ, was crucified on a cross. He did this so that we may be saved from our sins and eternal separation from God. Though crucified and buried, the grave could not hold Him. Christ arose that first Easter Sunday morning as the mighty […]

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4 Flower Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

March 14, 2012

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, everyone is no doubt thinking in shades of green. If you’re looking for some St. Paddy’s Day flower ideas, then we’ve got a few for you to consider: Green Flowers—Several flowers grow naturally in various shades of green, most notably the rose. Some varieties of chrysanthemums also […]

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More Interesting Facts about March

March 10, 2012

In an earlier post, we discussed some fun facts about March. But March isn’t all about spring flowers and holidays. If you’d like to learn some interesting historical and scientific facts about this month, read on! Origin of March History tells us that Romans were responsible for naming the month of March, deriving the name […]

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Grow and Care for Daffodils

March 7, 2012

If you love daffodils and the promise of warmer weather they bring, then this video is for you. Even if you don’t have a lot of space in your yard to plant and grow flowers, you can still enjoy the beauty of daffodils. As this video shows, growing daffodils in large containers and setting them […]

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March Flower of the Month

March 7, 2012

The March of the daffodils has begun! Already in bloom here in Georgia when March comes around, these joyful yellow flowers are everywhere! Daffodils offer the promise that spring is soon to arrive and their emergence from the ground is most welcome. Perhaps this is why the daffodil boasts the title for March flower of […]

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What’s Happening in March? Flowers, Fun Facts, and Holidays

February 29, 2012

The month of March brings us many fascinating facts. The most well known date, of course, is St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th. We also have a few interesting oddities such as dueling bunnies, enjoying peanuts, and celebrating…..pigs. Sit back and get ready to learn a few facts you never knew about March: National Peanut […]

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February Flower of the Month

February 25, 2012

How many of you think that the official birth flower of February is a rose? Surprise! It’s not! There is actually some debate about the “official” February flower. Though Valentine’s Day is usually celebrated with roses and is in February, this month’s flower is a draw between the violet, iris, and primrose. We speculate that […]

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7 Elegant Flower Ideas that Capture the Essence of Valentine’s Day

February 10, 2012

With time rapidly running out before Valentine’s Day, you may be entering panic mode about what to send your beloved. Before you run out to your local department store to grab the first red, heart-shaped box you can find, however, think about your local florist. Whether you are looking for affordable flower ideas, elegant flower […]

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