Why Choose Seasonal Flowers for a Bouquet?


When choosing a flower bouquet, seasonal flowers capture the spirit of a season. Spring, for instance, brings to mind growth and renewal. It is the peak growing time for many flowers, including dahlias, sweet peas, daisies, daffodils, azaleas, pansies and irises. Flowers typical to summer include peonies, gardenias, hydrangeas, azaleas, snapdragons and chrysanthemums. 

When you think of autumn, you tend to picture the leaves changing color from green to yellow, orange and red. When it comes to colors, you see blooms similar in hue. And then there are poinsettias, which are beautiful and festive in winter. Here are some good reasons to choose seasonal flowers. 

  1. More availability

As flowers that grow in a particular season are abundant in that season, you don’t need to pay as much for them as blooms that are not readily available. If flowers have to be shipped in from elsewhere, this means additional expense. 

Certain flowers will be much easier to find and more affordable depending on the time of year you buy them. Finding seasonal bouquets does not have to be difficult. 

A little research can easily give you information on flowers currently in bloom in your local area. Alternatively, online florists often have a seasonal flowers section. There is a floral gift suitable for every occasion and recipient. For a floral gift idea, snapblooms.com has some great suggestions. 

  1. Fresh for longer

A big advantage of choosing seasonal flowers is that they are likely to stay fresh for longer. They are often fresher than those that aren’t in season and are shipped from another region or than those that are cultivated artificially. 

A flower that’s meant to be grown in summer may be grown out of season using growing enhancers and artificial light and although it may look like the same flower, it won’t be as fresh. Some plants are flowered in the wrong season and they won’t last as long as their natural counterparts. 

Florists often grow their own flowers so that they are readily accessible and others source flowers that are in season from local markets or farms. 

  1. Stronger scent

As seasonal flowers are so fresh, their scent is often stronger than it would be if they had to be shipped in from other areas. When you choose local blooms that are in-season, you generally get flowers that are grown nearby. 

When cutting them and turning them into flower arrangements, little time passes between the time when they’re still growing and when they’re delivered. This means they retain their scent and you can experience the full strength of their lovely aroma. 

  1. Made for the local climate

Flowers grow in a climate that’s suitable for them. Flowers that bloom during the autumn and winter months are different from those that grow in the warmer weather of spring and summer. 

For some flowers, winter is too cold and for others summer is too hot. When you choose seasonal bouquets, the flowers are better able to hold up to the weather conditions and temperatures outside. They are often prone to wilting when the weather conditions are unfavorable to them. 

  1. Value for money

As seasonal flowers are cheaper than those that aren’t in season, you can get so much value for your money. You can buy a larger bouquet of seasonal blooms for the same price as for a much smaller bunch of flowers that aren’t in season. 

You can get more bang for your buck by taking advantage of seasonal specials and make the recipient feel very special without having to break the bank. 

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