Popular Flowers to Give During Springtime

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Thinking about giving a spring bouquet to someone, perhaps for Easter or Mother’s Day? Wondering what flowers you should include in your gift? There are so many amazing spring blooms to choose from, so you really can’t go wrong picking anything that’s in season. We do have some favorites blossoms though that you might want to look for as you assemble an arrangement, pick one from the store, or order a bouquet online.

Our favorite spring flowers come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, but generally they’re lively blooms bursting with cheerful hues and inspirational design. Nature produces some incredible flowers during spring that encourage us to start fresh with tasks and relationships, approach each day with a newness in attitude, and keep a light spirit that always searches for the beauty in things.

As you plan for a spring bouquet to give to someone, consider some of the following special flowers:


Crocus are early spring bloomers and many consider them to be quintessential flowers of the season. These blossoms are typically small and short, but bunch a lot of them together and you have a powerful display of beauty and the abundance of spring.


Tulips are favorite flowers to give during springtime. They’ve been popular since the 17th century, when many people in Holland and Europe set a craze for the blooms into motion, causing some folks to sell off their fortunes to obtain the flowers.


If you want a showy and bold flower in your spring floral arrangement, opt for Amaryllis. This flower is splendid and vibrant, and it’s often sent to represent beauty and passion for a lover. Amaryllis blooms from a bulb and it’s native to South and Central America, as well as the Caribbean.

In addition to these spring flowers, we love daffodils, ranunculus, anemone, hyacinth, and dahlias. Put a spring bouquet together with any of these blossoms and you’ll surely delight your gift recipient.

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