Sunday will see mother's thanked up and down the country on Mother's Day.
Those looking for a last-minute gift should get down to their local florist for flowers, or even a plant, to mark the day.
Florist Bronagh Harte of Ginkgo Florists told The Home Show about the most popular arrangements.
"Tulips are a big hit for Mother's Day because they're a spring flower," she said.
"They all differ, but there would be a lot of pinks, purples, mauves and white freesias - that would be a very popular selection.
"We would start off with a greenery bunch... that will give us the bones of the bouquet, so then we add the flowers afterwards.
"I like to put the larger flowers in and then I put some of the smaller, filler flowers in afterwards.
"That's the way I usually build up the bouquet".
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Ms Harte said snipping the end of the stem will help with longevity.
"Every couple of days really you should do that," she said.
"That'll add to the length of time that the flowers live in your house.
"Change the water - that's probably the other, most important thing".
Mother's Day is one of their busiest holidays, behind Valentine's.
"Valentines is just chaotic, because it's last-minute boys - the majority it's last minute boys," she explained.
"I'm always panicking that I've over-ordered flowers, because there's no orders in the book.
"But then they all come in on the day... whereas Mother's Day, there's a lot more ladies involved in pre-ordering".
For those who may want to remember their late mother, Ms Harte there are plenty of options.
"Wreaths definitely, we would have lots of orders," she said.
"The shop has been open 10 years, we've gone through a lot of lifetimes with the neighbours.
"We would know of people who have lost their mother over the years.
"So they would mark the day either with a little bunch of flowers even on the table... a lot of the time they just buy something small to remember her on that day," she added.
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