Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette
Medium Weekly Passports Palette

Medium Weekly Passports Palette

Regular price $75.00

DETAILS

• Mixed hand-tied bouquet using daily selection (available for pick up in store or for delivery)
• Same day orders must be placed before 1pm EST and a $25 Delivery Charge Applies in Manhattan (below 100th Street)

This week’s Passports collection is inspired by and in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., and the iconic 1965 Selma march when he wore beautiful white leis, a gift from Rev. Abraham Akaka whom he met earlier in Hawaii. To give and wear a lei is a Hawaiian emblem and gesture of love, and this week's lush assortment of white carnations, roses, callas, alstro and hydrangea is meant to represent a bounty of compassion, peace, and love. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service is January 20, 2020 this year. It is intended to empower individuals, strengthen communities, bridge barriers, and create solutions to social problems. Our Passports journey this week is designed with a nod to the white leis Dr. King wore, and inspire you to think about "a day on, not a day off" and his vision for a more beloved community.

FLOWER CARE

Water

Hydrate! Every other day, give the lower portion of flowers' stems a quick rinse to clean them, and then clean out your vase and add fresh water.

Environment

Flowers are meant to be showcased and enjoyed for all to see. Keep them going stronger longer by staying away from direct sunlight, near a heat source or in a draft. 

Trimming

Remember to give your stems a fresh cut with a floral knife. Always remove the foliage that will be below the water level of the vase to avoid creating dirty vase water. 

MILLIONS OF POUNDS OF FLOWERS WIND UP IN THE TRASH EVERYDAY…

WE'RE CHANGING THAT.

OUR STORY

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