There’s more than one way to say it with flowers, as shown in the photo of a bicycle in the sand with a vase of flowers planted next to it. Twenty-three percent of adults purchase flowers or plants as gifts for Valentine’s Day; of those, 61% are men and 39% were women. Of fresh flower purchases only, Valentine’s Day ranks No. 1, capturing 36% of holiday transactions and 40% of holiday dollar volume. Here are more flower statistics. Valentine’s Day is the No. 1 holiday for florists, according to the Society of American Florists. In California, the top U.S. grower of most flowers, a variety of botanical gardens and flower festivals can be seen and experienced all year long.
Flowers are typically perceived as rose bouquets, mixed flower bouquets or long-stemmed roses delivered in a box. However, if you’re looking for ways to make someone’s wheels spin, there are lots of ways to say it with flowers throughout the year. Open up you mind and imagination and you’ll be amazed at the response!
Here are some ways to create a Romantic Destination with Flowers: