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The home office is an ideal place to inject motivational energy — or the power of now. Anyone will feel encouraged to reach for the stars and live life to the fullest with this motivational floral arrangement featuring an up-shooting spray in sensuous, rich orange and fuchsia colors.
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According to research, 92% of women can remember the last time they received flowers. Judith Sherven, co-author of Be Loved for Who You Really Are, says, “Giving flowers is a great example of a simple romantic gesture that creates enduring memories.”
Frequent Flowers: Roses come in every color – from calming lights to vivid brights – so take your pick. Ask your florist about their wide selection of unique, colorful rose varieties.
It's a Fact: Men are fans of vivid, crisp colors such as red, orange, purple and blue. Women tend to relish pastel tones of pinks, peaches and lavenders.
Did You Know? People have been passionate about roses since the beginning of time. It is rumored that the floors of Cleopatra's palace were carpeted with their delicate petals. Check out more rose trivia.
TIP: When sending flowers, look at poetry for inspiration on what to say on the enclosure card. Check out Creative Card messages.