Fun Flower Facts
Rose Color Trends: Yellow Roses
A rose is a rose is a rose. Or is it? Unbeknownst to most of us, the 1990s spawned a virtual baby boom of rose varieties. Brought on by a fertile production period, today there are close to 120 rose varieties commercially available - up from the few dozen choices found in flower shops in the 1980s. These new rose varieties have not only expanded the color palette - from extreme lights to bright brights - but have enhanced characteristics such as bloom size, shape, stem length and strength of fragrance. Whether crisp lemon, buttery hues, golden yellows or trendy two-tones, the variety of yellow roses cover a broad spectrum of color - and appeal. If you've never given flowers to a man before, introduce him to this family of colors. Yellow is the second most popular color cited by men
What are ideas for having flowers at work?
By now, we know the ability of flowers to instantly boost our mood. Who doesn't need that at work? Here are a few ways flowers can work overtime: Deliver flowers to a colleague's desk for an unexpected friendship surprise. Say thank you to co-workers who've put in extra time. Apologize for a missed deadline. Keep flowers on your desk just to freshen up your space. Or on Monday, pick up a bunch of flowers to keep a group space cheerful all week long.