This is a simple and radical way to send your mother the perfect Mother’s Day flowers: send her her favorite flowers, and it will likely make you excited about what she gave her. I know, this is a crazy idea, isn’t it? However, you will be surprised that so many people ignore this simple wisdom.
We have all heard the saying: “A rose is still a rose,” but this sentiment applies to all flowers. Whether it is stargazers with other names, tulips with other names, etc., they are still their unique and beautiful flowers. If your purchase decision takes into consideration the unique tastes of your mother, the chances of picking out the perfect mother’s day flowers will be greatly increased.
It seems obvious that you should buy your mother’s favorite flowers, but I would like to ask you to answer: Do you actually know your mother’s (or wife’s) favorite flowers? If you answered “yes”, congratulations! Among the people I like to call “the thoughtful gift giver”, only a small part belongs to you.
The next question is simple: When buying flowers for your mother, do you tend to buy their favorite flowers, or are you just picking out what appeals to you at the moment? Unfortunately, most people don’t know the answer to the first question I asked, so their only option is to buy items that satisfy their tastes when picking flowers. They rolled the well-known Mother’s Day dice, which is totally unnecessary.
Ever since I remembered, I have fallen in love with stargazers, and nothing warms my heart more than a stargazer someone bought me. All the gifts of flowers given to me said: “I take care of you”, for which I am grateful. But the gift the stargazer gave me said: “I care about you, I know you”, which makes my heart really hard to express.
And my mother is fine, she is a tulip. Roses are good, but they are not “crank” like a bunch of tulips. In the case of my family with five children, you might think that she wants a variety of flowers, but 2 or 3 bunches of tulips will allow her to arrange her favorite flowers for the whole family. She is very excited! Three of my five siblings bought flowers they like, not my mother’s favorite flowers, but my brother and I just bought her beloved tulips for my mother, bathed in the light of admiring her-very simple.
Therefore, in the spirit of Mother’s Day, I must ask: “Do you know your mother’s favorite flower?” If you do, then it will be easy to give her the perfect mother’s day flowers. If you don’t know, then you still have enough time to simply ask her. Most mothers are willing to get this information easily, so it shouldn’t be difficult to pry it off. Then, you will have all the information you need to send her the perfect flower, and I’m sure this is what you wanted in the first place.
Hope this will be a pleasant one for you and your mother.