Spring Flowers – How Many Do You Know?

by Bobbie McKee

Spring season is a sign of new beginnings and delights after a long winter season. This makes the best time for wedding and nature trips, because during this time is when plentiful of different flowers can be found anywhere.

In addition, spring flowers are also the favored blossoms when it comes to wedding decorations for both in the church and in the wedding party location. For those who are fascinated and studying about the various kinds of flowers, nothing can be more perfect than during spring season.

The various names of spring flowers are as interesting as the unique distinction of their beauties as well as the fragrance of some of them. Seeing them in different colors, sizes, and shapes is enough to intoxicate you with admiration. Have you seen different kinds of spring flowers bunched all together?

You should try it sometime so that you’ll know what I mean, even if you are not that crazy about flowers. One of the best places where in you can see different spring flowers is on wedding receptions, because these flowers are perfect for centerpieces. They make beautiful and elegant decorations, add color to the landscape, providing a more romantic atmosphere to a wedding party.

To name a few popular spring flowers, daffodils, daisies, dianthuses, thymes, tulips, lilacs, thymes and cherry blossoms are the ones you should not miss enjoy watching. These flowers are abundant during spring time, so make the most of the time as their prices may be much lower compared to other seasons of the year.

Daffodils, which come in their yellow blossoms, are amazing flowers that complement with other flower combination, making them ideal for decorations.

Other spring flowers that are also famous to possess splendid allure include:

Dianthuses – come in a wide variety of attractive shades. Pink Evening Primroses – perfect to be planted in your lawn and usually bloom in early spring. Rose Mallows – They have huge petals that look like dinner plates Coral Honeysuckles – They grow tall and have tubular flowers. Thymes – They can spread up very quickly and have dainty evergreen leaves that give off heady scent when you walk along the weeds. Columbine – These are small perennials that produce plenty of pretty flowers.

Other famous names of spring flowers that you may not have seen yet, but heard about are iris, shamrocks, hyacinth, azaleas, snowflakes, cornflowers, and violets. Also, Oxeye Daisies, Leucanhemum, and Daylilies, Hemerocallis, are drought resistant, dependable, and natural beauties that bloom in spring. Knowing the different names of spring flowers help you decide what flower arrangement or combination to choose from when you decide decorate some of the flowers.

If you have been using the usual flowers year after, it’s about time to make changes after all and try other kinds. Ask for the names above in any of the flower shops near you and see if they suit your taste. You’ll see, change is not so bad after all!

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