One of the intricacies of being a florist is the seasonality of flowers.
Flowers also have their own time.
In summer or fall, you will hardly find snowdrops on sale, for example.
When choosing flowers, the seasonality factor plays a big role. It must be taken into account if you want the flower arrangement to last longer and blaze with freshness. And the price aspect is important. After all, in the off season, certain inflorescences cost many times more. Seasonal use of plants will significantly save your budget.
Below is a brief overview of flowers by season.
In winter we meet Kenyan and Ecuadorian roses, chrysanthemums, gerberas, tulips, orchids (it is in the frosty season they are famous for their diversity and special appeal).
In spring, forget-me-nots, lilies of the valley, daffodils, tulips and calla lilies awaken.
In summer, daisies, cornflowers, roses, peonies, asters and many others, especially field and meadow flowers, await us.
Autumn pleases us with asters, chrysanthemums, gladiolus, dahlias, dahlias and others.
You will say, "That's it? It can not be. On the shelves of flower stores there is always a huge assortment".
Naturally. Let's not forget about year-round flowers: gerberas, carnations, lilies, orchids, roses, chrysanthemums and others.
Each season has its own plant charm.
Our florists approach each floral arrangement with sensitivity.