National Gardening Exercise Day and Best Friends Day

C3There are many special occasion days in June to celebrate. The first two to plan for this month are National Gardening Exercise Day on June 6th and Best Friends Day on June 8th. These June days are a great excuse to get flowers, plants, and/or blooming plants for yourself or.anyone special in your life.

At our Atlanta flower shop and Atlanta garden center as well as on our website, we have a lot of great, affordable options to celebrate National Gardening Exercise Day and Best Friends Day. These include a wide array of seasonal favorites.

Here are some ideas that you can order in our Atlanta flower shop, by phone, or through our online ordering form for local Atlanta pick up or delivery as well as national delivery:

C1FLORAL EMBRACE
This artistic floral design includes sunflowers, stock, garden roses, and lilies presented in a glass vase.

BLUSHING REWARDS
This delicate floral display of feminine flowers offers fuchsia roses, pale pink spray roses, and pastel pink hydrangea accented with floral greenery in a clear glass vase.

BUTTERFLY GARDEN BOUQUET
This charming floral bouquet contains lilies, sunflowers, delphinium, and other seasonal flowers in our a leaf-wrapped vase.

SUNSHINE CUBE
This bright and cheerful glass cube flower arrangement has Asiatic lilies, skylight yellow roses, Peruvian lilies, golden aster, and daisy poms along with a leaf-ribbon accent.

SWEET BIRD BLOOMING PLANT GARDEN
This long-lasting, colorful blooming garden basket is perfect for the garden lover who can enjoy it as is or replant each of the blooming and green plants. it also features a bird accent.

NATURE’S SECRET GARDEN
Nature’s Secret Garden includes azalea flowers alongside palms and ferns. The blooming and green plants arrive in a woven handled basket that’s been decorated with a pink ribbon. Each plant can be re-potted or replanted in a garden.

BLOOMING HYDRANGEA GARDEN
This blooming hydrangea garden features specimen plants with plenty of color alongside a mix of seasonal flowering plants and ivy in a container. These can be transplanted or left in the container.

By | 2018-06-02T18:44:59+00:00 June 2nd, 2018|Gardening|0 Comments

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