Finally, tulip season is back and we could not be more bloomingly excited! On January 18th Amsterdam is celebrating its national Tulip Day. Dutch tulip breeders are putting more than 200.000 tulip bulbs into a garden on the Dam that is especially created for that day. As soon as they bloom – which will be around the 18th of January – people are free to pluck their own tulip bouquet. This is how the official tulip season is being rung in and from that point on you can order tulips for yourself or send a tulip bouquet to someone special and make their day. However, the colourful flower was originally discovered in a warmer surrounding: in Turkey! Today the Netherlands are the world´s biggest tulip producer. Use our Euroflorist tulip online shop and send a glorious tulip bouquet to someone close to your heart. If you are unsure about what colour tulips you should send, check out the next paragraph about the meaning of the different kinds of tulips.
Meaning of Different Kinds of Tulips
Ever since the tulip was discovered it was been reproduced and bred by many botanists in many shapes and colours. As a result, there are more than 50.000 different kinds of tulips nowadays. IN general tulips stand for love and are a love letter to your special person. However, the different colours can have different intonations about what kind of love and what kind of intentions you might have.
Pink Tulips: New and fresh love with butterflies in your somtach
Red Tulips: Deep love
Yellow Tulips: Sunshine and joie de vivre
Black Tulips: Secret passion and hidden desires
Purple Tulips:Love at first sight. Between friends purple tulips mean respect and humbleness
Colourful Tulip Bouquet: “Spring has begun” - therefore, they are perfect as a birthday bouquet or as a gift for a speedy recovery
Care Tips for Tulips
A luscious tulip bouquet needs similar care than other flowers:
Cut the stems diagonally to increase the surface to absorb the water.