St. Patrick's Day began as a Roman Catholic feast day, honoring the patron saint of Ireland. Although Patrick was not Irish, he was a missionary to the country and beloved among the Irish people. There are many traditions and customs that surround this holiday, but the most obvious of the symbols is the color green - it appears everywhere on March 17th, from green attire to green beer to green decor! If you are looking for the most beautiful florals to adorn your home and office on St. Patrick's Day, you need only look to Norfolk Florist.
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The modern St. Patrick’s Day comes from the religious holiday known as the Feast of Saint Patrick. Occurring on the 17th of March, the holiday celebrates the life of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Since March 17… Read More about What Gifts to Send for St. Patrick’s Day