Everything About Spring Flowers

Urban Design Flowers | 05-Apr-18
Category : Spring Flowers

Whether you’re looking for an arrangement of Easter flowers to grace the dinner table on Easter Sunday, or you’re after the perfect bridal bouquet for your Spring wedding, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Spring flowers, and which ones you should get!

 Spring is a beautiful season in the UK that marks to beginning of new life and offers a fresh start for many (there’s a reason why we embark on a Spring clean, after all). Luscious green leaves decorate the trees, flower beds bloom with colour, and the pantry is stocked with Easters eggs all ready for Easter Sunday.


At Urban Design Flowers, we love everything that Spring has to offer. We embrace the lighter mornings and thoroughly enjoy watching nature’s natural confetti fill the grounds, as dense clusters of flowers decorate the grounds, bushes and trees. Whether you’re looking for an arrangement of Easter flowers to grace the dinner table on Easter Sunday, or you’re after the perfect bridal bouquet for your Spring wedding, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Spring flowers, and which ones you should get!


Why do we give flowers at Easter?

Flowers are symbolic of Spring, as that is the season in which they usually bloom. Flowers also have special significance around religious holidays such as Christmas or Easter.


Here are some popular flowers to give at Easter

Lilies

White lilies are a very traditional and popular Easter flower, because they represent hope and love. They also signify divinity and purity. Yellow lilies are symbolic for living in the present.


Daffodils

Yellow daffodils are one of the first flowers to bloom in Spring, and they have romantic connotations. If you are giving daffodils to someone, it shows you have a lot of respect for that person. The larger the grouping of daffodils you gift, the more respect you have for the person in question. In Germany, daffodils are known as Easter bells.


Tulips

Another early bloomer in Spring, Tulips are often given to display a feeling of love.


Daisies

Much like daffodils, daisies are considered cheerful flower and a favourite for Easter. White daisies symbolise serene nature, calming vibes and purity. Daisies are also fragrant, adding a nice touch to centerpieces and decorations.


Hyacinths

Hyacinths are a popular Easter flower, and boast an incredible fragrance. Different coloured hyacinths have different meanings. White means you think the person you are giving them to is beautiful. Purple Hyacinths are usually given when you’re apologising to someone. Yellow hyacinths are considered to indicate jealousy.


Roses

White roses are a popular Easter flower as they represent purity and spirituality.


Which flowers bloom first in Spring?


Creeping phlox

Creeping myrtle

Bluebelles

Winter jasmine

Tulips

Snowdrops

Siberian squill

Daffodils

Crocus

Adonis

Pasque flower

Daisies

Lenten rose

Witch hazel

Forsythia

Pussy willows

Magnolia

 

Our favourite Spring Flower Bouquets

SpringTime Orange



Add a splash of colour to your home or give someone a bright and colourful gift with these beautiful SpringTime Orange flowers. *Steve please identify these flowers*


 Mixed Tulip Sweetie Vase


This beautiful vase of Tulips looks spectacular in any room. This beautifully filled sweetie jar with fresh tulips of mixed colours is sure to brighten up anyone’s day.


Vibrant Hand-Tied Bouquet


This flamboyant hand-tied bouquet offers a real sense of celebration and beauty. This rich mix of bright colours and so many favourite flowers such as roses, lilies and daisies gives a really vibrant feel, making this one of our most eye-catching gifts.



Get in touch with Urban Design Flowers today and order your dream flowers.

 

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