There is no doubt that the Irish culture is embedded in our own. We have phrases that are a part of our everyday life, we have foods that comfort us, and we even have a holiday that celebrates all things from Ireland. Interestingly enough, St. Patrick's Day was originally a religious observance honoring a man who was not even Irish - yet today, the over 36 million Americans who claim this heritage see March 17th as a day set aside for parades, green beer, and the wearing o' the green. St. Patrick's Day is a diverse cultural feast day, and one which everyone loves partaking in, whether Irish or not.
St. Maewyn's Day? Saint Patrick's birth name was Maewyn Succat. He was born in Great Britain but adored in Ireland after single-handedly bringing Christianity to the nation. Read More about Green Plants and Flowers
Nanz & Kraft is pulling out the stops to make sure our flower shop has plenty of green plants and flowers to help our Louisville customers brighten eyes with smiles. St. Patrick’s Day began as a day on… Read More about Flowers for St. Patrick’s Day