We couldn’t wait to share some of our favorite blooms, full of deep reds, hot pinks and regal purples. For your valentine or for the one who needs some love this week, these blooms bring a smile and warm the heart!
In the language of flowers, a bleeding heart symbolizes passionate love, compassion and romance.
– Jim Benecke, Account Manager
– Jason Seebacker, Senior Account Representative
– Jennifer Scales, CRM & CPQ Software Administrator/Sales Assistant
– Norm Kleber, Account Representative and Turf Specialist
Greek name which means “to sparkle”. Symbolizes pride, strength, determination and they stand tall above all other winter blooms.
– Jim Wollney, Senior Account Manager
Wine & Roses Weigela
As a member of the honeysuckle family, Weigela are predominantly viewed as a symbol of happiness.
– Stephen Orr, Account Manager
Represent refinement, luxury and mystery. For those mysterious one of a kind loves!
– Maelo Maldonado, Senior Landscape Architect
Romance, love, beauty and courage. Thornless varieties symbolize love at first sight.
– Stephanie Borchardt, Office Manager
Red Gerber Daisy
Symbolizes innocence, purity, cheerfulness and loyal love.
– Bill Wegener, Lombard Enhancement Coordinator
Multicolored pink, double flowering tulip; rare variety.
– Michael Prescott, Development Director
Large beautiful blooms, cut flower for Valentine’s Day, see more and more in weddings. Generally symbolic of love, honor, happiness, wealth, romance and beauty.
– Glenn Broadfield, Sr. Director of Development
Beautiful pink spring color and heart shaped leaves. Importance in the production of honey.
– Judy Short, Senior Account Manager
– Matt McLean, Chief Operations Officer
Hot pink/purple annual flower. Inspires confidence, assurance and maturity.
– Adam Tecza, Snow Coordinator
Floral meaning is “perfect love”.
A tulip also symbolizes Perfection & Royalty.
Hot pink is my favorite.
“I have a vase of cut tulips on my kitchen table from mid-January through Mother’s Day.”
– Gayle Kruckenberg, Sales Director
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