This just in from across the pond: When women view men in a
room filled with pots of flowers, they are more attracted to the men!
Yes, according to a study from the
University of South Brittany
, blooming plants actually help romance, uh... blossom. So gentlemen...
take note and surround yourselves with flowering plants! Some of the
top flowers for romance are: Roses, Daisies, Gardenia, Peonies and
Iris. This Valentine’s Day, instead of cut flowers, consider a plant or
two for your loved one. Women do love Roses – especially
when they are easy to grow and covered with blooms, like Flower Carpet® Roses
. They come in a range of colors, are prolific bloomers. Pink Supreme has
hot pink blooms that seem to last forever. It’s no wonder Gardenias are
deemed romantic, with their intoxicating fragrance. The aptly named First Love® has
four to five inch blooms, larger than other Gardenias and is the first
to bloom in spring.