Most moms appreciate lots of flowers on their special day. This guide contains mother's day flower ideas.
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Do something nice for Mother for Mothers Day. All you need for this is some pretty flower pots. I have saved mine over the years and your Mom probably has also.
Go to Walmart and buy some real pretty flowers for about $1.80 per tray. Some have 6, some have 8 flowers in them. Go over and plant them in the pretty pots and spend the day with your mom. I am sure she will love this.
One of my daughters did this for me and every time I see them on my back deck, they will bring back the memories of the day. I actually got mine before Mother's Day and I am sharing this idea for those who don't have a lot of money to spend. One of my favorite presents ever!
By dwedenoja from New Creek, WV
By Carol from MA
A gift is always appreciated more when thought goes into it. I was out doing some exploring and looking around at the beautiful scenery we have in East Tennessee this time of year. I found these beautiful flowers in front of the medical center where I go to pick up medicine for the family. I took a couple of pictures of the flowers.
One could also have them printed and give them this way. These flowers are so beautiful and I know they will cheer my sweet mom up. Happy Mother's Day to all you mom's out there!
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My son gave these beautiful flowers to me for Mother's Day. They are so pretty. I just love flowers, and these are doing so wonderfully. Whenever I am asked what I want for Mother's Day, I always say flowers and I am never disappointed.
My husband and children got me this rose bush last year for Mother's Day. It was just a stick in the plastic wrapper. It has grown and is so beautiful to look at. These are flowers for Mother's Day that last year after year!
This is a Mother's Day gift from my son and daughter in law.
By dorothy wedenoja from New Creek, WV