Random Acts of Flowers

M.J. M.J. Ryan is a happiness expert and author of Random Acts of Kindness. She has combined her knowledge of the power of gratitude with her love of floral gifts to create Random Acts of Flowers. Ryan says that flowers are a way to preserve special moments and emotions. “People remember flowers fondly, and people … Read more

Power of Giving Flowers Study

Happy Birthday, congratulations, thanks. I love and think of you. People exchange millions of gifts daily to show appreciation for loved ones and friends. Rutgers University research shows that the gifts we choose to send special messages reveal a lot about who we are. Jeannette Haviland Jones, Ph.D., a Rutgers University researcher, looked into what … Read more

Gift Tips

Most people have experienced the inexplicable joy of receiving flowers at one point or another. What do we know about how to send great floral gifts? Recent research by The Michael Cohen Group shows that both men and women want to learn more about how to buy flowers with confidence. The Society of American Florists … Read more

Texas A&M – Flowers & Plants Encourage Innovation, Ideas

Businesses need to be competitive in today’s economic environment. Businesses must implement strategies that will allow them to remain ahead of the competition to avoid fluctuations in productivity, unemployment, and consumer confidence. Business experts believe a productive, happy workforce is the key to competitive advantage in today’s economy. Although it is not always easy to … Read more

Power of Giving Flowers Study

Happy Birthday, congratulations, thanks. I love and think of you. People exchange millions of gifts daily to show appreciation for loved ones and friends. Rutgers University research shows that the gifts we choose to send special messages reveal a lot about who we are. Jeannette Haviland Jones, Ph.D., a Rutgers University researcher, looked into what … Read more

Harvard: Living with flowers increases compassion

New research offers insight into flowers and their importance in everyday life, as people are more anxious about stress relief and tranquility. Nancy Etcoff, Ph.D. of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, conducted a behavioral research study that found people are more compassionate towards others, less anxious, less worried, and less down when fresh-cut … Read more

Design for Health: University Research Reveals Surprised Solution to Relieving Stress

Wakefield Research found that 68 percent of people experience stress at least once a week, while 32 percent feel stressed daily. One in four women reports feel stressed multiple times per day. There are many reasons people feel stressed today, from financial and health concerns to seemingly endless to-do lists. The University of North Florida … Read more

Rutgers: Flowers Boost Seniors’ Well Being

40 million-plus aging population faces daily challenges, including memory loss, depression, and social withdrawal. We constantly seek ways to alleviate our daily anxieties as a nation. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, conducted a six-month behavioral study on the effects of flowers on seniors. It found that flowers can reduce depression, encourage social networking, … Read more

Harvard Research: Flowers Are the Perfect Pick-Me-Up to Boost Morning Moods

A new study confirms that flowers can be a great pick-me-up for millions of Americans who don’t consider themselves “morning people.” Dr. Participants reported that they enjoyed looking at the blooms in the morning, especially in the kitchen. The study’s final results showed that flowers positively affect people’s emotional well-being at home. They make them … Read more

Rutgers: Flowers Improve Emotional Health

Experts recommend that people exercise and make lifestyle changes to reduce stress in today’s fast-paced, high-tech world. Research by the Rutgers State University of New Jersey shows that flowers greatly improve your emotional health. Flowers can trigger happy emotions, increase life satisfaction, and positively affect social behaviour. Jeannette Haviland Jones, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology at … Read more