Yes, spring is here! Really, even with some of these chilly to darn right cold evenings, and shaky forecasts – according to the calendar, spring is here. With spring in the air, you know Easter is right around the corner as well falling on April 4th this year. However, with Easter approaching fast, with good ol’ Peter Cottontail leading, he hasn’t been doing a real good job of keeping the snow away as some are still struggling with that cold white stuff. Those that are still dealing with snow shovels, winter hats, boots, and coats would really appreciate the featured Friday flower – Spring Fling by Teleflora, delivered to their door. A sunny, cheerful bouquet of fresh-cut flowers like the Spring Fling is the perfect antidote to winter. If you are still dealing with the winter blues, go ahead and send it to yourself. Who says you can’t buy flowers for yourself.
Winter isn’t over yet for many, and with winter can come some pretty dreary days. The best way to beat those winter blues and brighten those dreary days is to adorn your home with the beauty of flowers and green plants. You may not be able to plant a flower garden, but you sure as heck can have flowers delivered to your home from Brant Florist.
Mixed Daisies Vased
Some tropical flowers can transport you mentally to the tropics where the sun always shines and it is always warm.
The Tropicala Flower Design – A tall and stately bouquet, our Tropicala boasts peach calla lilies, birds of paradise, and Bells of Ireland. Arranged in a glass vase, this is the ideal bouquet for adding an exotic flair to your décor.
A green plant potted in a colorful pot can brighten even the darkest of winter days and put a smile on your face. The Purple African Violet is a remarkable plant with its soft leaves and delicate blooms is so charming and sure to leave you spellbound.
All your days need is a little color brought into it to make winter seem less dreary and put a smile on your heart and face and Brant Florist is just waiting to turn those dreary days in to shade of beautiful with flowers.
16. White Tulips (spring flowers)
A special spring flower with a colorful past, this Dutch favourite originally hails from the far corners of the 17th century Persian empire. White tulips are the very essence of purity to behold. Brought back to Europe by an enthusiastic Ambassador, the tulip became associated with spring time, Easter and of course – Holland. Today, there are more than 1000 varieties of tulips, however the white tulip’s purity makes it a favourite spring flower for many Easter displays and spring gift baskets. Continue reading
15. Yellow Tulips (spring flowers)
Yellow tulips are a common sight to see during the months of spring.
Perhaps not the most obvious yellow spring flower – that honor would fall
to the daffodil – the yellow tulip is still a favourite.
Commonly associated with Holland, the tulip was originally from Persia
and brought into Europe during the early 1600’s.
The tulip, or “Laleh” as it’s called in Persian, is a flower indigenous to
Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey and other parts of Central Asia. It is said a
Dutch ambassador in Turkey at the time, who was also a great
floral enthusiast, brought them to Europe. Tulips all of all colors
quickly became very popular and have remained so to this day and are
one of the classic spring flowers delivered by worldwide florists this
time of year. Continue reading
14. Purple Tulips (spring flowers)
Purple tulips, sometimes called Purple Princess tulips are a common sight to see
during the months of spring. Traditionally associated with Holland, purple tulips
(and tulips of all colors) were originally from Persia and brought into Europe
during the early 1600’s. The tulip, or “Laleh” as it’s called in Persian, is a flower
indigenous to Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey and other parts of Central Asia. A Dutch
ambassador in Turkey in the 16th century, who was also a great floral enthusiast,
brought them to Europe, tulips quickly became very popular and have remained
so to this day and are one of the classic spring flowers delivered by florists this
time of year. Continue reading