Few things are as universally loved as flowers. They capture the essence of life itself, illustrating both the beauty of nature and the fleeting quality of each precious moment. Flowers from Adrian Durban Florist are the ideal gift for a celebration, to offer condolences or mark a special occasion.
At Adrian Durban Florist, we know how important the exchange of flowers can be. We’re also aware that there are a variety of occasions that call for a floral gift, from the widely celebrated to the personally meaningful. In the latter case, a custom designed arrangement is often called for. Our talented designers love these projects because they get the opportunity to be creative and to work more closely with you. There’s just nothing like building something new and tailored to your specifications.
If you’re reading this, you already in a great position to get the top pick in roses for Valentine’s Day. With more than two weeks to go, you’ve still got oodles of time to nail down the perfect bouquet for that special someone, whether you’re sending it to your sweetheart, your mom or your best friend. Roses come in a variety of different styles, from the stand alone, long-stemmed variety to a mixed bouquet popping with other flowers. We here at Adrian Durban Florist have them all.
Pantone, keepers of all things color, recently announced their 2018 pick for Color of the Year, and it’s a doozy: Ultra Violet, a rich, daring, offbeat purple that calls to mind the cosmos and definitely looks ahead to the future. We here at Adrian Durban Florist believe a color with this much drama looks especially great when introduced into the home in winter, and at the turn of the year, no less. It’s a great opportunity to update your home’s look, and even if purple may feel like an unorthodox choice at first, you’ll quickly become accustomed to this jewel-toned hue.
February 13th is Galentine’s Day, so grab your besties and get ready to celebrate that kind of love for which there hadn’t previously been a holiday, until now. You can thank pop-culture for this gift to gals everywhere; specifically, NBC’s Parks and Recreation, which proposed the idea in a 2010 episode. Now, it’s increasingly popular to spend February 13th with your girlfriends, celebrating your friendship and exchanging gifts. Adrian Durban Florist has plenty of arrangements well-suited to an exchange among women.
There are so many reasons to give flowers to someone who is under the weather, especially if they’re in the hospital. A 2008 study put out by the American Society of Horticultural Science found that patients in the hospital use less pain medication and have lower blood pressure overall than their counterparts who don’t have a vase of flowers or potted plants in their rooms.
We all know a fresh grouping of blooms has the power to cheer anyone up, sick or well. But given the fact that flowers oxygenate a room and lift the spirits, we here at Adrian Durban Florist think giving them to someone who is sick is a no-brainer.
Flowers have been long understood to offer many positive benefits to the mind and body, everything from improving clarity in the workplace to enhancing a person’s mood in the home. And as this is the prime time for seasonal affective disorder, anything we can do to enhance our well being and mental outlook during the long, dark days is a good thing.
And when that thing is flowers, we at Adrian Durban Florist know exactly what to offer as the cure for the winter blues.
International Floral Distributors has made their predictions for 2018’s floral trends, and the results are downright gorgeous. IFD identified four approaches to floral designs for next year, but there’s one in particular we at Adrian Durban Florist find enticing. Positively Posh, according to IFD, includes arrangements that capture a youthful, whimsical spirit. These designs are lavish, with layers of delicate petals in a wash of pastel colors.