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Spring Bouquets

Written by Beth Hrusch
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Fresh spring bouquets herald the season and chase away the winter blues with their bright colors and delicate beauty. You can give the gift of cut flowers, or you can send bulb plants that can be transplanted when it gets warm enough. Either way, your recipient will have a refreshing reminder of spring to help anticipate warmer temperatures and the renewal of life.

Fresh Spring Bouquets

Spring flowers are a delight because of their fragile beauty. In many areas of the country, you will see crocuses and daffodils poking out from under the snow. Even the cold doesn't deter these plucky little flowers from doing their duty as announcers of the start of the spring season. They are one of the first signs, and this makes them a treasured part of the landscape.

This being the case, spring bouquets are a wonderful way to surprise someone with the gift of spring. An arrangement that includes all the spring favorites would be a welcome addition to any home. Tulips, hyacinths, crocus and daffodils come in many colors and can be mixed and matched for a fresh look that will brighten up a dull winter interior.

Spring Flowers Add Color And Life

Your florist can help you choose the spring bouquet that expresses the joy of the season for you and the lucky recipient. There are so many ways to use spring flowers to make someones day a little bit brighter, so look into the many creative designs available online. You may even end up getting one for yourself!


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