Father's Day Flowers
Father! - to God himself we cannot give a holier name - William Wordsworth.
The third Sunday of every June is celebrated as Father's Day. The custom of celebrating Father's Day came into effect from April 24, 1972 when the US President Lyndon Johnson signed a proclamation in 1966. Flowers say a lot many words than you can say to your father, indeed more than what you would like to say on Father's Day.
Infact, the idea for assigning a day for children to honor their father began in Spokane, Washington. Sonora Smart Dodd thought of the idea for celebrating Father's Day while listening to a Mother's Day sermon in 1909 and the first Father's Day was observed on June 19, 1910 in Spokane, Washington. At about the same time, in various towns and cities across America other people were beginning to celebrate Father's Day. In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge supported the idea of a national Father's Day.
Flowers on Father's Day
The greatest gift I ever had came from God, and I call him Dad! - Anonymous
So, a gift for God's greatest gift to you - your Dad, Pop, Papa - in the form of a flower bouquet is a great father's day gift idea to show him how special he is. Remember, men, and especially your father have a soft side to them that loves flowers. Flowers that convey a your message with their special Meanings are ideal for Father's Day. A bunch of blooming roses will convey your reverence and gratitude for him. Flowers that make a bold statement, convey masculinity, are long lasting, tall and sturdy like fathers usually are, such as Tropical Flowers will also be apt for the ocassion. Men love flowers in bright, hot, bold and aggressive colors like yellows, oranges, purples and reds such as Tulips, Chrysanthemums, Daisies, Asters, etc.,. Men prefer arrangements that are mostly the linear. White and Red Roses are considered the official flowers for Father's Day. People wear a white rose to honor a deceased father and a red rose to honor a surviving father .
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If you cannot personally present flowers to this very special man in your life, you can Send Father's Day flowers online. It adds a special touch to your Father's Day Flowers if they convey appropriate flower meanings and are based on the personal likes and dislikes of your father .
Care for Father's Day Flowers
The following tips help those lucky fathers who receive flowers from their children on Father's Day to keep the flowers fresh longer-
1. Water is the most vital aspect of flower care. Keep the flowers in water to keep them fresh.
2. Keep the flowers in a cool surrounding . Warm temperatures shorten the life of the blooms.
3. When the flowers start to wilt, remove the stem from the arrangement and re-cut the stem. Next, submerge the entire flower in warm water.
4. Potted plants are also a popular gift. Like arrangements, keep them in a cool location and avoid heat drafts or dry air for longer color.