Spring brings with it a chance to enjoy nature’s wonderful display of beauty and charm. Either purchased from a store or cut from the garden, the most popular spring time flowers have the power to brighten any room.
For the home decorator enthusiasts, this season always brings with it a promise of new beginnings that delivers cheer to their lives. The following are the most popular spring time flowers and tips on how to arrange them into beautiful spring bouquets:
Want to grace that home tabletop? Then go for tulips. These unique, petal cup-shaped beauties come in different colors, shapes and sizes. These flowers are commonly presented in a colorful bunch that includes all the colors of Spring. Tulips are popular in most gardens globally. This means you can groom them almost anywhere!
Opening in all directions, lilies’ petals promise a full and bright colored appearance. For this, lilies are a popular choice for floral arrangements. Lilies grow in many different colors, patterns and shapes, leaving room for many great choices no matter what the occasion.
The Chinese celebrate New Year in the spring. This important event is characterized by the appealing presence of daffodils. This bright flower comes in two color combinations; yellow and white and are a brilliant sign that Spring has finally arrived. Daffodils have a trumpet-shaped center corona surrounded by six open petals and are a popular addition to any home or garden.
Bring a simple, yet cheerful feel to your home or office with daisies. These flowers come in a varied range of bright hues which are strong and have the power to brighten up any room. To achieve beautiful and appealing bouquets, it is always advisable to combine different colors. Pink, white and yellow varieties are the recommended color combinations.
Red roses are the preferred flowers in passing across special messages to loved ones and are synonymous with Valentine’s Day when loved ones exchange them as a symbol of love and romance. Not only are roses known for their classically beautiful look, but they also give off a pleasing scent that is popular in perfumes, soaps, and air fresheners.
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