Peonies, with their delicate allure, possess the power to infuse elegance into any setting. Immerse yourself in their captivating tale as we delve into their origin, significance, and intriguing tidbits! Continue reading
Look no further than George Thomas Florist, where we offer the highest quality floral products and gifts. With Mother’s Day approaching on May 14th, it’s important to start shopping early due to supply chain disruptions. Our professional and award-winning Floral Designers have crafted heartfelt fresh flowers and plants that are sure to put a big smile on mom’s face. Continue reading
The popular saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers,” but why wait until May to enjoy beautiful blooms? This April, surprise your loved ones with a stunning bouquet or arrangement of flowers. Not sure why you should send flowers? Allow George Thomas Florist to provide you with five fantastic reasons to do so. Continue reading
Welcome the arrival of spring in style by joining Indianapolis’ Hometown Florist at Plat 99 for our exclusive floral arrangement class – Sip Into Spring! Not only will you have the opportunity to create your own stunning bouquet filled with vibrant spring blooms, but you’ll also get to enjoy some refreshing floral-infused beverages while you work. Continue reading
Looking to bring in the Spring season while honoring the Easter holiday in Indianapolis? Look no further than George Thomas Florist. Easter is a wonderful time to gather with loved ones and friends, and flowers are a significant part of the celebration. At George Thomas Florist, we offer an excellent selection of Easter and Spring flowers to add beauty and freshness to your holiday and season.
Our Spring and Easter flowers make for the perfect gift, whether for your mother, grandmother, significant other, co-workers, church groups, or as a dinner gift if you’re invited to someone’s home.
We recommend that Easter flowers arrive one or two days before the celebration begins, but Spring flowers are welcome anytime! Visit our floral design center in Indianapolis, and let us help you prepare a thoughtful Easter or Spring flower arrangement. Continue reading
As winter comes to an end and spring begins, people all over the world are gearing up for St. Patrick’s Day, a festive holiday that celebrates Irish culture and traditions. While many associate the holiday with wearing green, the true story behind this beloved celebration lies in the luck behind the four-leaf clover.
Traditionally, the shamrock was the symbol of the holiday, representing the holy trinity. However, the rare four-leaf clover, which is a unique variation of the three-leaf clover, became associated with good luck in Irish culture. Some interpretations suggest that the other three leaves represent faith, hope, and love, while the fourth leaf is a true symbol of luck for those who are fortunate enough to find it.
March’s Birth Flower: Daffodil
As spring approaches, daffodils start blooming in gardens and woodlands, making them a fitting symbol for those born in March. But even if it’s not your birth flower, it’s worth learning more about the history, meanings, and symbolism behind this beautiful flower!
Daffodils come in various shades, including yellow, white, and pink, and have a trumpet-shaped crown with six petals. Originating from northern Europe, they can grow in most parts of North America, except for extremely hot and humid regions. While daffodils are known for having a single bloom per stem, other members of the Narcissus genus, like jonquils, produce multiple blooms per stem. In fact, there are thousands of registered daffodil cultivars!
Interestingly, the term “daffodil” refers to multiple species within the Narcissus genus, including jonquils, which are sometimes called rush daffodils. It’s worth remembering that all jonquils are daffodils, but not all daffodils are jonquils.