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Winter Flowers

Winter is that time of the year when the coziest thing you can think of doing is curling up near the fire with a hot mug of chocolate while staring outside the window at the cold bleak day. But winter’s also that time of the year when Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. What better way than to infuse warmth and color to your life by gifting your beloved some colorful and beautiful winter flowers? Contrary to popular belief, winter is not the time flowers wave good bye to everyone till the return next spring. There are many flowers that bloom primarily in winter, and can bring just the right amount of liveliness and romance to your chilly Valentine’s Day celebrations.

No Valentine’s Day is complete without some exquisite blooms to compliment that candle lit dinner, the sexy outfit and that romantic rendezvous. These winter flowers will not only create the right ambiance for your cozy interlude but will also lighten up your mood. Well, studies have shown that receiving flowers has an almost immediate positive effect on our moods. So let the candles burn in their heady perfume, clink those champagne glasses together, gaze deep into each other’s eyes, make a toast to your everlasting relationship and let the flowers perform the rest of the magic.

Now that the ambiance is set, the essential thing to do is to choose the right kind of flowers to compliment your private soirée. Depending on the mood you are in, ranging between pure fun and frolic to romantic and intense, it’s easy to find flowers to the set the mood right and add that finishing touch to any occasion.

The first flower that comes to mind - especially when thinking of Valentines Day - is of course the infamous red rose. One of the great poets, Gertrude Stein immortalized the rose in her famous line “a rose a rose a rose.” Or we go back to the 15th century, Alfred Noyes stated that “the Language of Roses originated in Persia. This language was particularly popular in the 19th century. They say that lovers could have entire conversations through roses. A rose symbolizes romance and all the emotions that come associated with it. When it comes to picking a rose, you can choose from reds to pinks to maroons. Other winter blooms also come in a wide variety of colors and types. You can pick up flowers like elegant lilies, amaryllis in reds and whites, tulips in reds, pinks, whites, bouvardias, exotic orchids, chrysanthemums in yellows, pinks, and reds, and hyacinths too.

Whether you are looking to paint that intense romantic evening with flowers or to add color to an elegant all white dinner engagement, winter blooms can help you perfect your theme for the evening. When you want to say those three important words to your lady love, or pop the age-old question of “living happily ever after”, why not begin by giving her some of these lovely winter flowers? Oh and don’t forget the diamond ring!

Submitted by:

Amy Nutt

Tidys has a great selection of winter flowers and flower arrangements for any occasion. Contact Tidys Flowers for you flower delivery local and international.




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