The almanacs tell us that we can expect snow through April. But that fact doesn’t stop us from beginning to dream about the spring thaw, about warmer weather and longer days. Even if the temperatures haven’t caught up, the floral designers at Schaaf Floral have begun to design for the new season – and the colors, textures and unique natural beauty of the flowers of springtime is available for you to bring home today. After all, why wait to celebrate the end of winter?
Did You Know? We aren’t the only ones who can’t wait until spring. Bulb flowers are generally the first to appear in the earliest days of spring, and some are even known to push their way up through the snow to make their presence known. The crocus and daffodil are part of this family of tenacious blooms determined to usher in the new season.
Wildflower bouquets are a popular choice for this time of the year, as they reflect how a wide variety of colorful flowers grow up in meadows and on roadsides. These lavish bouquets give off a “fresh-picked” aura that can transform any home or office with its spring vibe. Arrangements often include pastel roses, gerbera daisies, tulips, hydrangea, peonies, and lots of green stock for the organic authenticity.
For a more sophisticated approach to the mixed concept, these spring cube designs combine roses, irises, tulips, hydrangea and more into an elegant design perfect for a gift or to adorn an office space.
Garden baskets and dish gardens are also a popular way to display the flowers of springtime – and our Butterfly Basket is a perfect example. Rich pink roses and purple alstroemeria are joined by stargazer lilies and a bright sunflower, which is showcased in a basket with hovering butterflies.
Like the crocus, we can’t wait for winter to leave and spring to take over. That is why you can call Schaaf Floral today, and have a vase of springtime delivered straight to your front door! Whether celebrating a special occasion or simply “just because”, we are your springtime floral source in Fridley and the greater Minneapolis area.