Look, if you're in a relationship, there's a good chance you're going to be buying your significant other flowers. Likely roses. As with many products and commodities, there's a right time and wrong time to buy.
As you can imagine, prices of flowers spike in February. But according to Brad's Deals, a company that monitors prices for the best time to make purchases, the prices remain fairly consistant the other 11 months of the year.
They suggest the best time to order those roses is around January 15th. According to their research, the prices will only spike after that.
Shellis's husband John is smart. He knows the right time to buy flowers. Be like John.