The Most Giving Season of the Year in Floristry

The Most Giving Season of the Year in Floristry

The season of joy and vibrance, spring, is upon us, in Melbourne Australia. Spring is synonymous with the iconic Spring Racing Carnival. The carnival is well known for the high-end fashion, food, wine, entertainment, and the festive atmosphere. Alas, the beloved event has been cancelled due to COVID.

While you may miss out on enjoying the carnival, its feeling and essence can very well be captured through vibrant flowers. Send radiant flowers to your friends and family to recreate the spirit of the season in the safety of your home.

Springtime brings a wide variety of beautiful blooms out of hibernation. Naturally, there's an exceptionally high demand for flowers and hence, florists during the season.

Classic and Exuberant Tones: Pink, Red, White, Yellow, and Orange

The gorgeous ranunculus with round, rose-like petals is a springtime favourite. These blooms are especially popular in their pink and white pairings. Make the most of them in the short time they have as their season starts in late winter, ends in early spring.

Although the lovely rhododendron comes in an array of colours, the pink hues of the flower are particularly favoured. Their season begins in June and carries through to October.

The unique spring bloom, Phalaenopsis orchid or moth orchid, especially in white colouring, is a wildly popular choice for bridal bouquets. The distinctive contours of its petals certainly add to its charm.

A versatile classic, the anemone, is a sought-after pick for springtime weddings. The delicate beauties come in an array of colours but the white ones are undeniably captivating, and thus, popular. These blossom from September to November.

The whimsical Queen Anne's Lace is available from October to January. Its crip scent will surely remind you of spring meadows.

A florist favourite, the Snapdragon is available in a variety of colours from yellow to orange to a deep burgundy. These head-turners bloom naturally in September.

The quintessential optimistic flower, Sunflower is a forever favourite for many as it is often associated with positivity. These vibrant classics are available from September to February.

November brings with it the Instragrammable favourite, peonies. These contemporary stunners come in a range of white, pink, maroon, and pastel pink hues.

Cooler, Elegant Tones: Blue and Purple

The sweetly fragrant and sophisticated Hyacinth is an ever-popular option in its shades of purple, blue, and white.

Commonly found in striking blue and purple, Iris is available all year round. However, the flower's peak season is from May to October.

With its sweet scent, the pretty purple lilacs are sure to win you over. These flowers bloom in October.

The dreamy scent combined with its sublime colour makes lavender a forever favourite. The peak season for these blooms is between October and January.

Iconic Native Flowers

The bold waratah is known for its powerful red colour and incomparable texture. These increasingly popular flowers are available between September and October.

A statement flower, Banksia coccinea peaks between August and September. Its brush-like appearance mixed with its radiant red colour makes it a unique choice.

The adorable Billy Buttons can add a splash of colour to any arrangement with its cheerful yellow colouring. Spring is the ideal time to get these beauties as this is when they are fresh.

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A strenuous year such as 2020 which brings obstacles with it everyday screams for extra love and support for everyone. Unfortunately, you may not be able to physically be there for your loved ones, courtesy of COVID. You can still send warmth through flowers as there is no better way to express feelings and share happiness than some beautiful blooms.

Send flowers to your loved ones to let them know that you are with them at every step of the way. Spring's unignorable vibrance makes it the perfect time to boost your loved ones' and your spirits.

 


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