Odds on favourite!

Here are some more flower customs and superstitions that it could be useful to know about.

Let’s get down to numbers. In some countries it is customary to give an even number of flowers, in others odd numbers. In eastern Europe, the old European tradition of always giving an odd number of flowers is still followed today, all except 13, which is considered unlucky. Here at flowers24hours.co.uk we have created a special product to cater for this market with nineteen red roses in a bouquet.
In Japan, ensure you are not giving the “bad luck” number of four and nine flowers per bouquet.

Potted plants are not appropriate to give as a gift in Asia. A plant symbolizes that your relationship is restricted or bound up in a negative way.

Odds on favourite! was last modified: May 23rd, 2008 by admin
The following two tabs change content below.
Lesley is an experienenced Connect with Lesley on Google+

Latest posts by admin (see all)

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *