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Posted by Grace Bjornstad on February 20, 2020 | Last Updated: February 16, 2022 Flowers

Why We Love Spring Flowers

Winter is winding down and the sunshine’s growing warmer. Spring flowers are the best way to brighten up your home, sweeten the air, and welcome spring to Mission Viejo! Just a single vase of fresh seasonal blooms from Mission Viejo Florist will lift your spirits while you celebrate spring.

Fun Facts about Spring Flowers and Springtime

This year, spring starts on March 19th, but the flowers obviously won’t know what day it is. They can sense the lengthening days and rising temperatures, which is what prompts them to resume their growth and to get ready to bloom.

In the United States, we recognize the vernal equinox as the first day of spring, but people in other parts of the world use different systems, like the lunar calendar, to track the changing seasons. People in Japan take their cue from the flowers. They don’t celebrate the beginning of spring until their national flower; the cherry blossoms have started to bloom.

A glamorous bouquet of fresh flowers in delectable shades of raspberry, lavender and pink. Roses, alstromeria lilies among other in season florals are sure to delight any lucky recipient.

Lovely Lavender

When Do Flowers Bloom in Spring?

Even in cold climates, the earliest spring flowers don’t even wait for spring. Lenten roses, crocuses, and snowdrops can fight their way through snow and frost to bloom as early as the end of January.

Most of the flowers considered early spring bloomers begin to show their colors near the end of March or beginning of April. These include Irises, hyacinth, tulips, and pansies. Late spring bloomers need more sunshine and time to develop. These include daisies, bluebells, peonies, and lilacs, which won’t bloom until May or June.

Our Favorite Seasonal Blooms for Welcoming Spring

So many different flowers bloom during spring that it’s tough to choose just a few favorites. These flowers have become popular for spring thanks to their lovely fragrances, beauty, and special symbolic meanings.




1. Lilac

Lilac shrubs can grow up to 15 feet tall. When they’re fully grown and blooming, they’re fragrant enough to perfume an entire neighborhood with their very recognizable scent. Lilacs bloom with large clusters of miniatures blossoms in pink, purple, blue, and white, which respectively represent passion, spirituality, happiness, and purity.




Pink Tulips


2. Tulips

Spring wouldn’t be the same without the cheerful colors of tulips’ bulbous blooms. Tulips come in thousands of varieties, in every color of the rainbow, including black and white. They generally represent love, but specific colors of tulips do have their own symbolic meanings. Our favorite, yellow tulips symbolize happy thoughts.






3. Daisies

Daisies don’t bloom until late in spring. They have sunny yellow centers and fresh, white petals. Perfect for celebrating Mother’s Day, daisies represent childbirth and motherhood.





Pink Azaleas


4. Azaleas

Azaleas are a flowering shrub that makes a beautiful potted plant or garden shrub, and they also look beautiful in bouquets. Azaleas have dark-green leaves and fluttery, delicate blossoms that bloom in shades of red, pink, and white. These flowers symbolize femininity.





Yellow Daffodils


5. Daffodils

Daffodils are among the first flowers to bloom for spring, and their bright blossoms in yellow, white, and orange are always a welcome sight after a dreary winter. These trumpet-shaped blooms are quite symbolic of spring, as they also symbolize new beginnings, renewal, and rebirth.





Assorted Freesia


6. Freesia

The flowers of friendship, freesia are better recognized for their signature scent than for their beauty, but they are also lovely to look at and share.  Up to twelve blossoms bloom on a single stem in some of the most vibrant colors you can imagine.





Assorted Roses


7. Roses

Roses are a favorite all year long, but they’re actually in season during spring. As a result, spring roses are the freshest and most beautiful you’ll ever see. They’re also more affordable, which makes them a perfect choice for a spring wedding. Each color of rose has a different symbolic meaning. For example, orange roses represent passion, while pink symbolizes admiration. Lavender roses should be given to a love at first sight, and yellow roses are for friendship.



Celebrate the Season of Renewal Outside and In with Spring Flowers!

This season flowers will be blooming everywhere you look outside, and you can enjoy that same natural beauty and vibrant color in your home and office! A bouquet of seasonal flowers from Mission Viejo Florist is the best way to refresh your home or workspace and your energy during spring, the season of new beginnings!