Using fresh seasonal flowers or flowers of the month for gift bouquets and baskets is the most economical choice'and often the most beautiful. Just ask your florist what flowers are in season and the best value.
Changing seasons bring out different flowers reflecting the changes happening in the nature and in our mood. Any time of the year will please you with a variety of seasonal flowers' color palette and let you make a unique arrangement to please your beloved.
Spring seasonal flowers
Spring is the time of rebirth, love, and hope. Spring colors are pure white, tender blue and crisp yellow. Spring seasonal flowers are daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths. They signal the joy of springtime and the end of winter. A bunch of fragrant freesias, hyacinths, buttercups or tulips will awaken your spring dreams. Tickle their fancy with a colorful jar of cinnamon cookies and garden tools to celebrate the spring. Even if it's gloomy outside, a tender melody of bright yellow daffodils and tulips is sure to bring sunshine into your day.
Fall seasonal flowers
Fall brings a rich palette of yellow, red, and orange, heralding the end of warm days and expectation of Christmas. A wonderful assortment of fall seasonal flowers, such colorful gerbera, sunflowers, pomegranate and chrysanthemums will add a charm to an autumn day and bring joy. Arrangements of dried flowers (as a memory of summer) and bouquets of crisp autumn leaves are very popular in the fall.
Winter seasonal flowers
Winter is cold and crispy snow crunching under our feet; it is crackling fires, spicy cakes, and smell of coffee, cinnamon, and pine tree. It is Christmas with its eternal anticipation of a miracle. Winter colors are greens, whites, and reds.
Winter seasonal flowers are carnations, evergreens, and chrysanthemums. Ornamented with berries, dried flowers and seedpods, they will make excellent Christmas wreaths and decorations. Send a bouquet of winter seasonal flowers, dressed up in candy canes with pinecones as a Christmas gift. Cedar and fir, ornamented with candles and ribbons, is also a perfect addition to Christmas d'or.
Summer seasonal flowers
Summer is a season of joy and sunshine. Summer is lazy days on the beach; season of vacations and home made jams. Summer colors are shades of the rainbow. Summer seasonal flowers can be snow white, blood-red, rich yellow, or turquoise.
Gorgeous bunches of begonia, delphinium, gardenia, pansy, poppy, and violet summer seasonal flowers, bundled loosely together, just like they came from a flower market, will make a perfect summer gift.
Anemone, calla lily, Casablanca lily, Champagne rose, forced bulbs, freesia, gardenia, ivies, lily of the valley, ranunculus, Sarracenia (pitcher plant), Stargazer lily, stephanotis, vines, Virginia rose, and white dendrobium orchid are in season all year round in most countries. You can create an original bouquet by mixing seasonless plants with flowers of the month.