March 20th and the arrival of the Vernal Equinox marks the much anticipated start
of spring. As it warms the land and melts the snow, spring awakens sleeping
bulbs and buds and before long the land is covered in colourful spring flowers.
Spring is an interesting season for many reasons, firstly it occurs twice (like all
the seasons actually) once in the northern hemisphere, and again 6 months later
in the southern hemisphere.
This duality of spring leads for some interesting floral bouquet choices – specially
if you plan to send flowers overseas to family and friends. For instance, if you
celebrate Easter and decide to send a gift of blooming spring flowers to your Aunt
in New Zealand, your local florist would likely point out that there is good chance
that your locally chosen spring flowers might not be available to the local florist
fulfilling your Aunt’s flower order.
This and other international flower ordering considerations are a daily discussion
for local Burlington flower shop Brant Florist. With thousands of international and
local orders processed regularly, these considerations are second nature to the
staff of Brant street’s oldest flower retailer.
Spring is a special time and trusting your spring floral bouquets to just anyone is
never a good idea, that’s why at this special time you can either visit the folks at
Brant Florist in person, or you can log on to their incredible website – they even
have live web operator assistance if you have questions about your spring floral