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Posted by triasflowers on March 18, 2019 | Last Updated: February 26, 2020 Uncategorized

Spring’s Sweetest and Most Colorful Flowers

In Miami, we’re lucky enough to live in a climate where we can enjoy plant life and flowers blooming all year long outside. There’s something special, however, about celebrating the start of spring with some of the most beloved flowers of the season in a bouquet from Trias Flowers. Our flower shop is fully stocked with the freshest blooms of the season, and we can’t wait to share our latest seasonal designs with you!

Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Spring Flowers and Springtime

This year, the first day of spring is March 19th, but the flowers, of course, don’t know that. They do, however, sense that the days are getting longer and the temperatures are rising. As a result, they know it’s time to start growing and to get ready to bloom.


Our signature display of beautiful blue hydrangeas, pink roses, purple lisianthus, alstromerias, snapdragons and masangena leaves in an elegant glass vase.

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In the United States, we recognize the vernal equinox as the first day of spring, but people in other places use different systems, like the lunar calendar, to track the changing seasons. Some people even leave it up to the flowers to decide when spring truly begins. In Japan, people don’t celebrate the start of spring until their national flowers, cherry blossoms, begin to bloom.

When Does Spring Flowers Start to Bloom?

The first flowers of the year don’t even wait for spring. Even in cold climates, crocuses, Lenten roses, and snowdrops fight through the frost and sometimes bloom as early as late January!

True spring flowers begin blooming around the end of March. Among the first are pansies, hyacinth, daffodils, tulips, and irises. Other flowers need more time to grow in the sun. Late bloomers like roses, peonies, lilacs, bluebells, and daisies don’t bloom until May and June.

The Most Loved Flowers of Spring

So many wonderful flowers bloom during springtime, and that makes it tough to pick just a few favorites. The following are some of the most loved spring flowers thanks to their special symbolic meanings, lovely fragrances, and notable beauty.




1. Daffodils

Of all spring flowers, daffodils are the most emblematic of spring because, like the season, they symbolize rebirth, new beginnings, and renewal. Among the first to bloom, their cheerful trumpet-shaped blooms in yellow, orange, and white are always a welcome sight.







2. Daisies

Daisies have fresh, white petals, happy-looking yellow centers, and an effortless beauty that makes them perfect in rustic bouquets of wildflowers. They represent childbirth and motherhood, which also makes them a great choice for celebrating Mother’s Day.





pink Tulips


3. Tulips

Spring simply wouldn’t be the same without the playful beauty of tulips. There are thousands of varieties of tulips, and they all bloom in different colors and color combinations. In general, tulips represent love, but each color has its own unique symbolism. For example, purple tulips represent royalty, white is for forgiveness, red is for true love, and yellow symbolizes happy thoughts.




colorful Roses


4. Roses

Roses are popular throughout the year, but they’re actually in season in spring. As a result, spring roses are the freshest, most beautiful, and most affordable roses you can get. They bloom in all the colors of the rainbow, including blue and black artificially colored roses. Each hue has its own meaning. Red, of course, represents romantic love. Yellow is for friendship, pink symbolizes admiration, and lavender roses should be given to a love at first sight.




pink Peonies


5. Peonies

These large, pom-pom-shaped blooms burst in blushing shades of pink during late spring. They represent a happy marriage, honor, prosperity, and romance, making them a perfect choice for a spring wedding.





purple and yellow Pansies


6. Pansies

These happy flowers have petals that look like cute, little faces. They bloom in a myriad of colors, combinations of colors, and patterns, which makes them fun to grow in flower beds and window boxes. They’re also cute in miniature pots kept indoors. Pansies represent free thought and admiration.







7. Lilacs

Lilacs are adored for their distinct fragrance that has the power to bring back memories of playing outside as a child. They can grow up to 15 feet tall, and a fully grown lilac in bloom can easily perfume an entire neighborhood. Their cascading flower clusters bloom in blue, purple, white, and pink, which represent happiness, spirituality, purity, and passion.



Celebrate Spring with Seasonal Flowers and Plants

The best way to welcome the season of new beginnings is with the renewing energy of fresh spring flowers and potted plants from Trias Flowers. A single floral arrangement will instantly brighten your home, sweeten the air, and boost your mood! With spring flowers, you’ll feel refreshed, just like nature, in no time.