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Floristry is the production, commerce and trade in flower delivery . It encompasses flower care and handling, floral design or flower arranging, merchandising, and display and flower delivery. Wholesale florists sell bulk florist delivery and related supplies to professionals in the trade. Retail florists offer fresh flowers and related products and services to consumers.

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Floristry can involve the cultivation of flowers as well as their arrangement, and to the business of selling them. Much of the raw material supplied for the floristry trade comes from the cut flower industry. Florist shops, along with online stores are the main flower-only outlets, but supermarkets, garden supply stores and filling stations also sell flowers. Christmas hampers

Floral design or floral arts is the art of creating flower arrangements in vases, bowls, baskets or other containers, or making bouquets and compositions from cut flowers, foliages, herbs, ornamental grasses and other plant materials. Often the terms "floral design" and "floristry" are considered synonymous. Florists are people who work with flowers and plants, generally at the retail level. Floristry differs from floristics, the study of distribution and relationships of plant species over geographic areas. Floristry also differs from horticulture, which more broadly relates to the cultivation of flowers and plants so they will remain fresh as long as possible,
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Well, if you hear "Mother-in-Law’s Cushion or Hens and Chicks", malaysia flower delivery it certainly does not sound like plants that are easy on the eyes. But, bunga papan like William Shakespeare’s Juliet once opined (“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet”), does the name itself really matter?! Once we found out, we might want to stop reading on for some plants with seriously strange and amusing names, and a little insight into how they got those names in the first place.



Have you ever heard of a Sneezewort, or a Monkey Puzzle Tree? We’ve got a whole list of wonky plants and the inside scoop on where they got their funny names. This flower is named Sneezewort Yarrow (Achillea ptarmica) because it was once used as a sneezing powder. Sneezeweed was dried up and used to get people to sneeze to clear out their sinuses. But, this flower does not just make people sneeze; it can also be eaten in salads or used as an insect repellent.Then, there is Hooded Skullcap (Scutellaria galericulata).Christmas hampers This flower is named this because the flowers look like caps. The Hooded Skullcap is part of the mint family but it doesn’t taste like mint! One of its relatives is also famous, the plant, called mad-dog weed, was used in medieval times as a remedy for rabid-dog bites.
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Do you know that on Dcember 2013, Christmas and Eid has been celebrated jointly by hundreds of Christians, Muslims and others in London’s multi-faith East End to get to know one-another. Christmas hampers parties were laid on for 300 tenants by community groups with Tower Hamlets Homes and their contractors this week at the Dora Hall in Poplar, Tramshed centre in Bethnal Green and Harford centre in Stepney.

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The families from all faith backgrounds had a dinner and carol singers and the children got presents at Santa’s Grotto. The fun followed celebrations marking the Muslim Eid festival held earlier at the Barley Mow centre, Latham House, the Cranbrook centre and Royal Mint Friendly Club. “I’d never met many of my neighbours before,” said Janet Burns from Bethnal Green’s Cranbrook Tenants’ Association.


“Occasions like this give us the chance to share something special—it’s been great.” The Christmas and Eid parties were part of a series of events laid on by Tower Hamlets Homes to foster understanding between communities. Another five events are planned over the festive season. Similar multi-faith celebrations last year brought 500 people together. Surely the heading on the local newspaper would be East End Christians and Muslims join together for Xmas and Eid.
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Jolly up your Christmas this year with some Christmas-related games that are fun, inclusive and likely to get even the most crotchety relatives giggling––at least a little! The games can involve prizes if you want but given it's already a season filled with gifts, you might just like to play them for fun and to break the ice.

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Christmas isn't just about presents, it's also about family bonding time. Whether you're looking for a fun new way to play in the snow, or a holiday game to keep the kids busy before it's time to unwrap presents, we have all the Christmas game ideas you need to make your holiday gathering brighter.

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For example, christmas hampers secret snowgame game. This game involves lots of pats on the back and laughs, so it's perfect for family gatherings. Players try to stick a paper snowman (ours is made of card stock with a loop of painter's tape to attach it) on a person's back without her noticing. Bunga papan When that person realizes the snowman is on her, she has to stick it on someone else's back. Don't worry about the snowman staying on just one back for hours -- giggling kids are sure to give the person a clue before too long. Try to have the snowman visit everyone's back by the end of the day.


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