Are you planning to go see The Peanuts Movie with your children?
Perhaps the 50th anniversary of one of the most beloved holiday favorites, A Charlie Brown Christmas (which airs on November 30th on ABC, hosted by Kristen Bell), is set to tape on your digital video recorder.
No matter. You have got to see the Teleflora debuts of the two bouquets paying tribute to the Peanuts gang: the Snoopy’s Cookie Jar and the Peanuts Christmas Mug Bouquet. It boasts lush chrysanthemums and carnations which adorn a decorated doghouse (a cookie jar is the base!) and a hand painted ceramic mug capturing Charlie Brown joyfully ice skating with his best furry friend.
In addition to the Peanuts bouquets, the brand celebrates the holidays with a line-up featuring eye-catching centerpieces to fun Christmas tree inspired pieces. Each bouquet arrives professionally-arranged by a local florist and is presented in a keepsake holiday container.
But if you like unconventional arrangements, check out the yellow sunny bouquets showing on the Teleflora home page.
This holiday season keep your flowers, bouquets and centerpieces fresh with a couple of easy tricks and tips from the professionals:
- Mix your bouquet a holiday cocktail. Keep the water clean and fresh by adding a small aspirin and an antibacterial agent like vodka, vinegar or even a little bleach. Just a ¼ of a teaspoon is all you need.
- Let your flowers stand alone. Keep your holiday bouquet or centerpiece away from fruit and other plants. Other flora can give off ethylene gas which promotes premature wilting.
- It was good enough for Mary Poppins so just add a teaspoon of sugar to your bouquet’s water and help bring holiday blooms back to life.
- Keep your greenery green with a little mist. Misting fresh greenery every two days will help it live longer and make it through the holidays.