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Posted by Bud Dauphin on March 17, 2014 | Last Updated: March 18, 2014 Holidays St. Patrick's Day

Give the Gift of Flowers this St. Patrick’s Day

Whether you’re of Irish descent, know somebody who is Irish, or simply love to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, the fact remains that there are some great gifts you should consider giving on this upcoming holiday. While green beer, “Kiss Me; I’m Irish!” t-shirts, and four-leaf clovers are often conjured images around this time of the year, delivering a beautiful floral arrangement is often the best way to go. By giving flowers at a St. Patrick’s Day gift, not only can you celebrate the holiday and Irish heritage, but you can do so in an environmentally friendly manner as well.

Common St. Patrick’s Day Floral Arrangements

The possibilities are endless when it comes to floral arrangements on this green holiday. However, one of the most commonly enjoyed holiday bouquets consists of green roses. This is a wonderful gift for any significant other who may be of Irish descent or who just loves to celebrate St. Patrick’s day. These roses are often pink roses that are made green through the use of colored dye, which is absorbed through the flower’s stem and thus shows up in the flower’s petals over time.

If you’re looking for an arrangement that is more appropriate for friends or family, then you may opt for green carnations instead. This particular type of flower is a very delicate one, so it does require some extra care. However, carnations are beautiful flowers that often come in large bouquets, making this a wonderful flower to hand out to friends, co-workers, and others as a way of celebrating the holiday. Carnations can also take on just about any color with the right dye, as they are naturally white in color and can absorb other colors through their stems. Various shades of green are popular for St. Patrick’s day, though if you’re looking for a little bit of variety, you may wish to consider incorporating some yellows and oranges as well.

To get a little fancier with your St. Patrick’s Day floral combination, you may also consider ordering a flower arrangement that incorporates clovers. Clovers–especially four-leaf clovers–are signature plants of Irish heritage and are also said to be good luck.

As you can see, there are many options when it comes to giving flowers as a gift for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day holiday. Be sure to pick up some arrangements for your friends, family, and loved ones to show your appreciation for the holiday. You can find that you’re looking for at