Top 10 Flowers For Spring Decorating

Spring is the most wonderful time of the year, at least if you’re a lover of all things green, bright and beautiful. It’s the time of year for a lot of things; growth, cleaning, and giving a fresh sheen to your house. What better better way to do that then with the beautiful flowers growing right outside your home? So many people use flowers for Spring decorating and it’s almost ridiculous not to join them.

Let’s have a look at some of more popular breeds of flowers that people use for Spring decorations ideas and Spring flower arrangements.

Top Ten Flowers For Spring Decorating

Tulips

Tulips - Flowers for Spring Decorating

Tulips are an extremely popular breed of flower for all kind of Spring flower arrangements. There are almost 3000 different varieties, hundreds of different colors, and all their petals are fully symmetrical.

They’re perfect for any arrangement due to their variety.

Roses

Roses - Flowers for Spring Decorating

Roses are the classic choice among people who use flowers for Spring decorating. Their scent is outstanding and they come in a variety of different colors and sizes. They’re perfect for bright arrangements.

Daffodils

Daffodils - Flowers for Spring Decorating

This bright yellow (or white) flower is the archetypical Spring flower. There are almost 60 different species of wild daffodils. They are native to Europe, northern parts of Africa and western parts of Asia and the Mediterranean.

They are perfect in arrangements that have a lot of green, as they complement that color quite well.

Orchids

Orchids - Flowers for Spring Decorating

Orchids are a remarkable flower. Known for their beauty all over the world, they are one of the most desired flowers for Spring decoration. Each orchid is bilaterally symmetrical, which means that it can be divided in two identical parts. They are perfect in any kind of flower arrangement, but they especially suit anything that has an Asian feel.

Hyacinths

Hyacinths - Flowers for Spring Decorating

Hyacinths are beautiful, multi-colored flowers that have a wonderful scent. This Spring blossom is a native of the Eastern Mediterranean and is perfect for summer bouquets where color and scent are key. They come in a variety of different colors but they are most known for their vibrant blues and purples.

Dahlias

Dahlias - Flowers for Spring Decorating

The dahlia, named after Swedish 18th-century botanist Anders Dahl, is native to the Central Americas. The flower was found growing wild on the sandy hillsides of Mexico by early Spanish botanists, and its beautiful reds, purples, yellows and even black petals are perfect for any warm-toned bouquet.

Peonies

Peonies - Flowers for Spring Decorating

The peony’s large and beautifully colored petals are perfect flowers for Spring decoration. In China, Peonies were once considered a luxury item and they sold for the equivalent of thousands of dollars. You can probably get them much cheaper though, and they come in a variety of light pastel colors that perfect for all Spring flower arrangement ideas.

Snapdragons

Snapdragons - Flowers for Spring Decorating

Snapdragons – also known in some parts of the world as ‘dragon flowers’ – are so named because the opening of the petals of the flower looks like a dragon’s mouth and, if pressed on the sides, can be opened and closed. They come in a variety of shades, but they are best known for their bright red color. These are perfect flowers for Spring decorating.

White Sweet Peas

White Sweet Peas - Flowers for Spring Decorating

This Italian native flower is a beautifully scented flower for any arrangement. It smells so good that you could almost eat it – and you can. It’s an edible flower, so if you get sick of putting it in nice, colorful Spring arrangements, you can drop it in your salad bowl! As flowers for Spring decorating come, they don’t get any more versatile or hardy than the white sweet pea.

White Viburnum

White Viburnum - Flowers for Spring Decorating

This durable, bright white flower is one of the best flowers for Spring decorating. The flowers are produced in spherical clusters, and comes in 3 shades; white, cream, or pink – with five petals. It’s beautiful scent and white, spherical head of petals is a lovely foil for any bouquet.

These beautiful flowers will really liven up your home this Spring. But remember, you want to start planning on planting these in April to take advantages of those April showers everyone’s talking about!