Popular Spring Flowers
Now that the winter is behind us, the air is filled with the smell of fresh flowers, the birds are singing and the previously dormant trees are growing new leaves. As the warmer weather brings life back to the plants, flowers and creatures all around us, this is the perfect time to visit your florist and have a look at all the seasonal flowers on the market. Putting a bouquet of fresh spring flowers on display in your home is the best way to welcome nature into your home and brighten your day. Spring flowers also make great gifts so, if a loved one is celebrating their birthday during this happy season, then why not send flowers to mark the occasion?
Of course, your florist is bound to have a number of different flowers on display throughout the year but this does not mean that they are necessarily in season. With the knowledge of which flowers are in season during spring, you can make a more informed decision when choosing which flowers to send or buy. An easy way of doing this is by visiting an online florist. Some have a section dedicated to seasonal flowers while others have a separate section marked for each season so you always know what to expect from the seasons ahead.
Seasonal flowers are usually a fair amount cheaper than the others because they are abundant at that particular time of year and there is no need for them to be artificially cultivated or imported. The savings can then be passed along to the customer which makes these bouquets the most reasonably priced of all.
Flowers like tulips and daffodils are usually available for at least half of the year. They bloom during the winter and spring which makes them a great choice when you want to add colour to any room of your home. Daffodils are also associated with the month of March and, if you have a friend or loved one who celebrates their birthday during this month, they make a fantastic and thoughtful gift.
Daisies and Anemones also bloom during the spring season. Daisies are not available in as many colours as you find with tulips but they still make for great filler and mass flowers in many arrangements. Daisies are fairly simple flowers that embody a kind of youthful femininity. Wild varieties begin to decorate fields during the warmer spring season and they are often considered as the ambassadors of spring.
If you happen to be planning an important event like a wedding in the spring, then it really is important to investigate all of your flower options. Some popular spring wedding flowers include peonies, forsythia and lily of the valley. Lily of the valley is a bit of an expensive option and many brides choose to include a single stem as part of their bridal bouquets. Remember that, even if you can’t find the specific flower that you want for your wedding or other special occasion, there are so many similar alternatives that can be considered. The spring season welcomes an abundance of new blooms that are sure to make your floral fantasies come true.