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Posted by Joni O'Neill on September 30, 2018 Plants

Help Celebrate Hispanic Heritage With Flowers

This month sees the commemoration of Hispanic Heritage Month, a month-long celebration of the rich, cultural impact Hispanic Americans have had on our nation for generations. From September 15 to October 15, national institutions across the country pay tribute to these individuals who have had a positive influence on our society. This is also a time in which many Latin American nations, including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Chile and Belize, celebrate their independence. At Mission Viejo Florist, we are honoring this rich heritage with flowers that hail from Hispanic America.

One striking flower found frequently in Latin American regions is Birds of Paradise. This festive bloom resembles a tropical bird in flight, with bright oranges, purples and greens. In honor of this season’s celebration, enjoy a collection of these bird-like flowers as a tribute to all things Hispanic this month.

This is a masculine design created just for Dad!

We encourage you join us in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a gorgeous bouquet of flowers from Latin America. Show your appreciation for the dynamic Latino stories that have enriched our history and culture. Display these blooms proudly in a prominent spot in your home or office or talk to the floral artisans at Mission Viejo Florist about our favorite designs.