Surprise your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day with the most beautiful spring flowers – from tulips to grape hyacinths. Spring flowers are fresh, sparkling and heartwarming. Perfect for saying ‘I love you!’
As sweet as springtime
Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, grape hyacinths and Persian buttercups are all spring flowers produced by bulbs: just right for springtime and expressing your love! You can choose from a rainbow of colors – from sparkling white to light blue, from pastel pink to magenta. Scented bulb flowers such as hyacinths and various daffodils give your Valentine’s gift an extra hint of spring.
Just for you!
You may be wondering what to do next. Here are three examples to give you some ideas:
- A great big bunch of his or her favorite bulb flowers – with nothing else added – makes a powerful statement on Valentine’s Day: I love you!
- What if you want to reveal your most romantic side on Valentine’s Day? Choose an informally arranged selection of various bulb flowers such as tulips and daffodils in sweet pastel colors. This trendy arrangement looks as if you went out at dawn to pick the flowers yourself. It doesn’t get any more romantic than this!
- For a subtle declaration of love, you could give a diminutive bouquet of delicate spring flowers such as grape hyacinths (they also come in white) or a dazzlingly beautiful double-flowered tulip in an elegant little vase. Carefully chosen with the recipient in mind.
Locally produced – with love
Ask your florist about bulb flowers produced locally. After all, bulb flowers are also available as regional products! With such a purchase, you support your local growers who devote their love and attention to growing these spring flowers. Locally produced flowers are also fresher than fresh, so your sweetheart will enjoy them even longer.
- Make your Valentine’s Day flowers even more personal by adding a little greeting card or a balloon with a text on it.
- Daffodils make a nice bold statement as the only flowers in a bouquet. For a romantic bouquet, you could combine them with other spring flowers. When combining daffodils with other flowers, either be sure to add some cut flower food especially for daffodils or don’t trim off the dry flower stems.