The Germany Collection
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Germany is the most decentralized country. it is also the second most populous state of Europe after Russia. Berlin is the largest metropolis along with Hamburg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Munich, and Stuttgart. Shopping on Sunday is rare, and stores close early on Saturday, so it’s better to order online flowers for any possible gift giving occasions. Birthdays are considered to be most important occasion. Red roses, Carnations, Lilies or chrysanthemums are prominent choices when it comes to flower gifting.
Dogfish Head imperial stout in Germany (proud of its beer). On the special occasions in Germany, wines are specially served. Opt instead for fine chocolates or imported liquor, especially bourbon or whiskey. While lilies, chrysanthemums, and carnations are prominent choices for funerals. (If you give white flowers to your German mother-in-law, you may inadvertently give a message that you did not mean to send) Red means love, so it’s best not to give red flowers on a first date. Yellow and orange flowers signify joy of life, blue means freedom, and pink conveys sweeter emotions or intimacy.
Mother's Day Celebration in Germany
Muttertag is the German name used for Mother’s Day. People in Germany celebrate the opening of spring by taking a day-off for visiting relatives – especially their parents and by marking it as a time when women gave life to the humanity.
There are lots of colorful flores (flowers) a German Mom get in this day. Moreover, white Blumen are sent to the graves of dead mothers as well. Other forms of gifts are schokolade (chocolates), parfums (perfumes), karten (cards) or e-karten (e-cards). Even surprise visits or traveling tickets & so forth. It is also very common for some to visit their parents and cook in their homes for their mothers.