Mission Viejo

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Posted by Joni O'Neill on December 22, 2017 | Last Updated: November 9, 2020 Flowers Roses

Falling For Winter’s Whites

There’s no better time to bring flowers into the home than winter, when the days are short and the nights long. They’re the perfect antidote to the cooler, bleaker landscape outside, and given all of their proven benefits (mental clarity and outlook first and foremost), they’re a simple addition you can make to your decor without a lot of fuss. And if you know someone who needs some cheering up, they’ll do the trick there, too.

At Mission Viejo Florist, we’re loving winter’s whites, which are inspired by more wintry climes than ours, but make us think of tranquil walks in the snowy woods.

Pick up a fetching glass cylinder of creamy roses, like our Winter Whites. Buffeted by a cloud of hydrangea, they look divine nestled in with tulips (which yes, are available during winter, too!). There’s something so classic and elegant about a bouquet of white flowers; they communicate tranquility and grace.

It doesn’t take much to lighten up a home during winter with plants and flowers, and it’s a great time to experiment with colors and blooms you don’t typically use or that you think of as exclusive to summer. The truth is the floral landscape is a lot richer in the winter than you might have thought, so take advantage!