Top 8 Valentine's Day Flowers
Valentine’s Day is one of the most romantic days of the year, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to surprise your loved one with beautiful luxurious flowers at Haute florist. While red roses are an all time classic choice, there are many other hand tied flowers and plants that can make your significant other smile.
There are many different types of roses and which one you choose will often be determined by when you want it delivered. You can't go wrong with a dozen red long stem roses to say I love you or simply to say Thank You! However, if you're looking for something a little different then try mixing up your flower delivery with a slightly less popular variety such as yellow, purple or peach. Whatever your occasion is, single red roses are always guaranteed to make any lady smile on Valentine's Day. Even better is that they'll be arranged beautifully in a special vase so all that's left for you to do is deliver them.
It's no surprise that lilies make it on every best list, including ours. Lilies are known for their longevity and blooming power: They will last anywhere from one to two weeks. Plus, they make for an amazing flower bouquet combined with red roses. However, be sure to order your lilies in advance—you can order a couple of day in advance with our free delivery to ensure prompt delivery in time.. This flower is well worth it if you want some variety in your stunning bouquet to impress the special person.
For centuries, tulips have been known as a symbol of love and affection. In addition to being one of winter’s most popular flowers, many people use tulips as romantic gifts for their sweethearts. One reason is that it’s possible to find every color of tulip under the sun – from bright red and pink, to peach and yellow. It’s also common for single tulips to appear in bunches; however, when you buy them as a couple, it makes them an even more romantic symbol. The fact that they are less common compared to other flowers can be viewed as another bonus if you want your gift to be extra special.
Daffodils come in a variety of different shades and can be delivered throughout February. While most Valentine’s flowers are red or pink, daffodils are more subtle; they won’t scream that it’s love day, but your significant other will know why you chose them. Daffodils also work for office gifts if you want to go above and beyond (or just not send a dozen roses).
Orchids are without a doubt one of, if not, THE most popular flowers for Valentine’s Day. Orchids have long been used as symbols of love and devotion because of their beauty and complexity, making them a fitting choice for celebrating your love on Valentine’s Day. You can choose from over 100 different orchid varieties when shopping for bouquets, but one specific species tends to be very popular: Dendrobium Phalaenopsis is without a doubt one of today’s most popular types of orchids. It's simple design makes it an easy flower to incorporate into virtually any bouquet you might want to buy; all things considered, it’s quite an elegant choice.
Gerberas are always a good choice for Valentine’s Day, as they come in a variety of colours and have a classic shape. Gerberas are available year-round, but they aren’t as plentiful in certain times of year as they are in February and early March. While red gerberas are often associated with Valentine’s Day, pink gerberas are also popular for use on that day. And it isn’t just these two colours that make up an extensive range of options—gerberas also come in white, yellow, blue, orange, lavender and purple.
Meaningful and warm, these long-lasting flowers are also known as mums and were once cultivated in China to honour royalty. Today, they’re one of the most widely celebrated flowers, ranking behind roses (red), daffodils (yellow), and tulips (purple) for popularity. With both traditional white and modern multicoloured varieties available, it’s no wonder why mums are a popular Valentine’s flower choice! From winter bouquets to spring centrepieces—chrysanthemums can be found throughout year-round.
Carnations are a traditional Valentine’s Day flower and it is said that as long as you get three red carnations, you will be loved forever. Many people believe that these flowers attract good luck and love. Carnations also symbolise admiration and respect so why not use them to show how much your partner means to you on February 14th. A bunch of Carnations will add colour to any room in your home or office so there is really no excuse for not sending them on February 14th. Not only do they look pretty but they have a lovely fragrance too. Red or pink carnations should be given to someone who has inspired you and made an impact on your life. The more red carnations sent out, the better your chances of finding true love!
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