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Teleflora Rosh Hashanah Flowers!

Rosh Hashanah also known as Jewish New Year, this year starts on September 16 and ends September 18. Rosh Hashanah, literally means “first of the year”, which is the only Jewish holiday lasting for two entire days. On the day Jews greet each other with “L’shannah tovah tikatev v’taihatem” which in Hebrew means “May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year”. Or “Shana Tova” is the shorter greeting meaning “A Good Year.”
Traditionally, High Holy Day dinner table is spruced up with big platters of symbolic sweet feasts such as apples dipped in honey and beautiful candles in colorful votive holders. But definitely bouquet of fresh

Rosh Hashanah flowers

can’t be missed to complement your table decorations beautifully. Whether you want it for your center table or want to send

Rosh Hashanah gift

to someone far, Teleflora has got chic flower arrangements to entice all.

Moreover at take 10% discount on any order. Means shopping Rosh Hashanah flowers is going to be pretty much easier on you wallet and you. Store features wide selection of enchanting bouquets that can’t go unnoticed. Here check handpicked

Rosh Hashanah flower deals

from Teleflora:

simply sweetarrive in style
Simply Sweet
Pretty pastels and chic delicate flowers make this a feminine classic for anyone. Tied with a bow, this pale yellow vase is filled with fresh soft pinks, purples and yellows – sure to delight on this special day.
Arrive In Style
Go with this fashionable bouquet when you want your best wishes to arrive in high style. Full and fragrant, this bouquet gathers soft pink roses with white lilies, alstroemeria and mums into a rounded ginger vase.
You don’t have time to think. Make use of

Teleflora discount code

to redeem discount at time of checkout. Offer valid for limited time. Order Teleflora gifts for all loved ones this Rosh Hashanah and send your good wishes with blooming blooms. Hurry!!. Do scroll for more

flower coupons

to capture maximum perks.

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