Chinese New Year
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a gift of gorgeous red and gold flowers or an abundant fruit basket. Share the joy and prosperity as we welcome the Year of the Snake!
According to City of Sydney, Chinese New Year Festival website people born in the Year of The Snake are "are intuitive, introspective and graceful. They are exciting and dark at the same time. Frequently contemplative and private, the Snake is not outwardly emotional, and will often plot and scheme to achieve their desires."
Chinese New Year City of Sydney website
Range of gifts to Celebrate New Year
2013: The Year of the Snake - February 10th
2012: The Year of the Dragon - January 23rd
2011: The Year of the Rabbit
According to the Chinese Zodiac the Year of the Rabbit is a time to relax after the ferocious Year of the Tiger. It is ia time to think and focus on the important things in life; home, family friends and loved ones. Catch your breath and make it a goal to create a safe, peaceful atmosphere. The Year of the Rabbit begins on February 3rd 2011.
Send wishes for a peaceful year ahead with a living plant, drive away bad luck with the colour red by sending beautiful red flowers in Pearsons 'Confidence' bouquet, or celebrate in style with a delicious Gourmet hamper or fruit basket.
2010: The Year of the Tiger
Spread not only good fortune and prosperity to your family, friends and colleagues this Chinese New Year but also romance! As Valentine's Day falls on the first day of the Year of the Tiger (Chinese New Year) this is your chance to be lucky in love. Pearsons roses are the best available and our range of floral designs is both creative and romantic
2009: The Year of the Ox
Spread good fortune and prosperity to your family, friends and colleagues this Chinese New Year! Chinese new year's day is on Saturday 26 January 2009.