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Your Guide for Valentines Day Flowers

January 14, 2010

Montreal Valentines Day FlowersFor Saints and commoners alike, celebrating this day with flowers is sure to bring you even closer.

Celebrate the people you love with a bouquet of fresh, beautiful flowers. And in the spirit of St. Valentine, himself – that legendary facilitator of love and romance – Terrafolia Flowers is here to help. With our Valentine’s Day Gifts, you can match your perfect match with just the right bouquet. Order early to ensure your flowers arrive on time!

Hints to make this Valentine’s Day the most special yet!




A Match Made in Heaven

Think about combining roses with other types of flowers, like tulips, white Asiatic Lilies, Daisies, Stargazers or Gladiolas.

Suggested Valentine Flowers:
Be My Love (shown)
P.S. I Love You
Dance With Me
Rose & Lily Splendor



Secret Crush Valentine's Day Flowers

Colours of Passion

Deep rich reds and hot pinks will express the passion between you. Think about mixed varieties of flowers in all red or all pink, or a combination of the colours of Valentine’s Day.

Suggested Valentine Flowers:
Secret Crush (shown)
Burgundy Blush
Posh Pinks
Together Forever





Simple Elegance

Send flowers that are as unique as your lover. Exotic flowers and unique arrangements will make them feel beautiful and special. Think about arrangements of Orchids, Birds of Paradise, Calla or Casablanca lilies, or Gerberas.

Suggested Valentine Flowers:
Imagination Blooms (shown)
Pretty Pink Lilies
At First Blush
Island Blooms




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Did You Know?

The story of Valentine’s Day started with a Roman emperor named Claudius, Legend has it that Claudius struggled to recruit volunteers to join his army. Rather than attribute the men’s lack of enthusiasm to his unpopularity (and, apparently, he was a very unpopular ruler), he decided that romance and marriage were the culprits, and he forbade the men and women of his province to celebrate love and to marry.

St-Valentine – an ardent defender of love – defied the Emperor’s orders and secretly performed marriage ceremonies, until, one night, he was caught and sentenced to death. While imprisoned, people came from miles around to visit him and throw flowers and notes up to his window to let him know that they, too, believed in love. One of these admirers was the daughter of the prison guard, and on February 14, the day of his execution, St-Valentine left her a note thanking her for her friendship and loyalty. He signed the note, “Love from your Valentine.” And, from that day forward, the anniversary of his death became a day to celebrate love’s resiliency and beauty.

Read more about the History of Valentine’s Day


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 14, 2010 11:05 am

    this is great, thanks

  2. January 14, 2010 1:00 pm

    Very nice job on the VD blog! I hope everyone chooses to send flowers to their loved one this Valentines!

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