Press Release: January 23, 2019
Scarborough, ON, 23 January 2019 -- Valentine's Day is the most romantic day of the year, with promises of eternal love and beautiful floral gifts exchanged every February 14th. While the traditional gift of a dozen red roses has always been a popular choice, there is an increasing demand for non-traditional Valentine's floral gifts. Florida Flowers, based in the Scarborough area of Toronto, Canada, has taken a deeper look into the statistics behind Valentine's Day in an effort to understand more about gifting choices, and in particular whether the classic gift of red roses remains the gift of choice in 2019. This year Florida Flowers have published a great Valentine's Day infographic providing valuable information and stats regarding Valentine's Day and flowers.
The infographic titled “Valentine's Day - Beyond The Roses” explores what flowers people would prefer to receive on Valentine's Day. The results from the survey show that carnations are the least preferred in comparison to tulips and daisies. Of course, roses are the most desired flowers to receive by the respondents of the survey.
What is more, the infographic showcases the variety of the colour roses people gift for Valentine's Day. The most preferred colour roses are pink, white and red.
Check out the full Valentine's Day infographic to understand who buys Valentine's Day flowers in 2019 and some fun Valentine's Day flower facts that will truly amaze you.
About Florida Flowers: Florida Flowers is a full-service florist serving the Greater Toronto Area & Durham region from their retail location in Toronto's Scarborough area. Their beautiful flowers are hand-delivered daily and ever order is covered by a full satisfaction guarantee. Visit the store to experience the large walk-in cooler full of flower arrangements in different styles and price points, along with beautiful loose flowers waiting to be designed for your special occasion. Wedding flowers and event decorating are a specialty.
390 Progress Ave. Unit 5
Scarborough, ON M1P-2Z6
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