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Flowers, or more specifically spring bouquets, to match the season are particularly popular because they embody the energy inherent in each season and bring it into your home. And because spring flowers are only available at that time of year, you can be sure that your fragrant gift will be very special to the recipient. In our seasonal selection you will find classic spring bouquets as well as novelties and trendsetters. Especially in spring, a particularly large number of gorgeous and colourful flowers bloom, which are tied into beautiful spring bouquets. Order a spring bouquet to your home and treat yourself, or send spring flowers to your family and friends. Order spring flowers online and bring colour to your home.
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Order spring flowers online and have them delivered to a loved one. Nothing heralds the arrival of spring like a colourful bouquet of fresh spring flowers, and at the same time brings an end to the sometimes dreary winter season. Send spring flowers to someone who could use a little splash of colour in their life right now. Or order spring flowers, have them delivered to your home and treat yourself! Thanks to Euroflorist's flower delivery service, ordering spring flowers online has never been easier.
The top 5 spring flowers
Tulips: Did you know that there are 15 classes of tulips? Ranging from wild tulips to simple tulips and double tulips, they all vary in size, flowering season and colours. Typically, however, the tulip blossoms partly already in December until May and symbolises joie de vivre and love.
Ranununculus: One of the most popular spring flowers and also the author's favourite is the ranunculus. It blooms from January to April and stands for passionate love. When you give a bouquet of ranunculus to someone special, you also express that this person is unique and rare for you.
Anemone: The anemone is also called bush anemone and can be found especially well in the forest with flowers ranging from white to pink. The anemone usually blooms from February (sometimes already in mid-January) until autumn and stands for hope and forgetfulness.
Snowdrop: The snowdrop begins to bloom as early as February and is easily recognised by its white flowers. Three petals form the flower head, which typically hangs downwards. The snowflake symbolises hope and innocence.
Daffodil: The daffodil is the sign of the spring flowers: with a rich and fresh yellow, it already lifts its head in January, sometimes even out of the snow! It is the floral symbol for Easter and thus symbolises hope and courage to face life.