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Taking The Thorns Out Of Ordering Flowers: A Guide For Guys

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Are you a man who believes flowers should only be sent on special 
occasions and only to a woman you are madly in love with? Think 

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Taking The Thorns Out Of Ordering Flowers: A Guide For Guys
Copyright © 2006 Wesley Berry
Wesley Berry Flowers

Are you a man who believes flowers should only be sent on special 
occasions and only to a woman you are madly in love with? Think 
again! Flowers are an appropriate gift for any woman in your life 
- mom, sister, friend, coworker, or any other woman you feel 
warmly toward. And, women love to be surprised, so send flowers 
any time of the year and for no reason at all. Best of all, you 
don't have to spring for the really expensive flowers, because 
women love to get mixed flowers just as much as they love roses. 
Don't believe me? Take a look at the results of a survey 
conducted by Bruskin/Golding Research for the Society of 
American Florists (SAF): 

 * 94% of women say flowers given as a surprise mean the most.
 * While 83% of women responded that they would most like to 
   receive flowers from a significant other, 34% would also 
   like flowers from their sons, 25% from a male friend, 23% 
   from their father, and 23% from a brother.
 * 62% of women stated they'd like to receive mixed flowers as 
   a surprise. Only 28% responded they'd rather have roses.

While that may clear up when and for whom you should send 
flowers, it probably doesn't answer many of the other questions 
you may have, like: 

 * What do I order?
 * How do I order?
 * Will my girlfriend get the wrong idea?
 * Can I send flowers too often?

First of all, relax. Flowers are probably the easiest gift you 
could ever buy. That's because you always have an expert to turn 
to for advice-your florist! Even if you have absolutely no idea 
what to get, a florist can help you choose the perfect 
arrangement. All you'll need to do is tell them who they're for, 
what occasion (if any), and a little about the personality of the 
recipient. Your florist can walk you through the rest of the 
decision making process, or you can simply leave the details up 
to them.

When you call your florist, stop in to the shop, or order online, 
be sure to have key information on hand, including recipient's 
name, delivery address, telephone number, and method of payment.

If you're worried that sending flowers to a woman you've just 
begun dating will give her the wrong idea, don't worry! Tell your 
florist that the arrangement is for a new girlfriend and they can 
help you pick the perfect arrangement to say "You're special" but 
not "I want to spend the rest of my life with you and only you!" 
Women know when a gift of flowers just means that you care.

Flowers are the gift that can be given for any occasion and they 
never go out of style. I've been in the flower industry for many 
years, and I've never heard anyone say, "I'm sick of getting 
flowers!" So, send some flowers to your wife or girlfriend today. 
But, don't forget your mom, sister, or female friend!

Wesley Berry is the President of Wesley Berry Flowers, 
a successful multi-million dollar business that was 
established in 1946. He is also the Headmaster of the 
Professional Florists' Institute, a floral design school 
located in Michigan. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the 
web at



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