Archive for April, 2015

Flowers to brighten your mother’s special day

April 30th, 2015

Love for your mother cannot be restrained to just one day. But you can make a Mother’s Day special by gifting the most important lady of your life with some special flowers. With exceptional flower delivery service in and around UK, you can be guaranteed that if you have placed an order correctly, your gift will surely reach your mum, no matter how far she may be from you, on time and in pristine condition. If you are not sure which flower bouquet to buy for your mum on this special day than Here are some options for you:

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Add a special, natural touch to this year’s Mother’s Day celebrations and order one of these bright beauties today

Here Come New Ideas for Purple Flowers

April 28th, 2015

Add a dash of the royal colour to your gardens and floral arrangements by including purple flowers in them. This is a deep shade that goes very well with many other shades such as white, yellow and black and can create interesting contrasts at home or in a bouquet. Purple flowers are no longer restricted or a rarity. There are several that you can choose from and here are some of them listed for you:

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Whether you send flowers by post or your hand-gift them, selecting from one of these gorgeous purple beauties will surely add charm and beauty to your gift. Unique coloured flowers for a unique person is certainly a good idea for all occasions and in all seasons!

The ‘Plango’ is here. Is it making your mouth water yet?

April 23rd, 2015

Mangoes are the best thing about summer. They are the ideal treat for a hot day. Well, almost. We all love the gooey King of fruits, but the mess it causes can sometimes be off-putting. Now, what if you had a fruit that tasted and looked exactly like the mango, but had none of the messiness associated with it? Enter, the Plango: Scientific name – Bouea macrophilia. Origin – Thailand! This ‘individual’ fruit has been produced by expert growers working in close association with the Marks & Spencer’s over the past few years trying to develop a hybrid fruit between the Mango and Plum

So, what is that makes the Plango so special? Following the launch of Papple Pear (an apple tasting like a pear) back in 2012, it does seem we will continue to try and see new and exciting fruits in the coming year. So how much we all know about this new Fruit, well:

The texture of the fruit is slightly firmer than that of plum

In terms of taste, it reminds you of Alphonso Mango.

So having a firmer texture and being edible with skin on It does promise you a dribble and drip-free bite, without any irritating fibres that stick to your teeth.

For Size the plango is much shorter than an actual mango though – just 5cm in diameter and 10 cm in length

The plango has already been in stores for a couple of weeks at stores Having said that we all know kids are fussy eaters and sometimes got bored having the same fruit all the times especially School lunch packs, however trying new fruits and by making fruit fun and exciting you can make your children’s fall in love with fruit like Fresh Fruit salad with Berry sauce or Peaches with Strawberry sauce are few to mention to enjoy your 5 a day.