What’s in Season: Spring
A Floral Wonderland
(symbolises romance and prosperity)
Peonies - available in captivating tones, often in white, cream, blush, pinks and reds. They are a clustered shape flower, with luxurious petals and a sweet fragrance.
Lily of the Valley
(symbolises happiness and delicacy)
Blooming bell-shaped flowers, usually in white and pale pink. The small buds have a delightful fragrance.
(symbolizes the perfect love)
A romantic flower, in shades of pink, red, yellow, orange, purple and some tulips are in double shades. With a long-tapered head, it has a long stem to rest on.
(has a romantic meaning of I am dazzled by your charms)
Multipetaled flowers in a wide variety of pastel and vibrant colours … yellow, apricot, pink, orange, lemon, peach and white. With a mildly sweet scent, they are more affordable compared to peony and roses.
(signifies a blissful life)
Clusters of delicate petals atop a stem look ravishing. Available in pink, apricot, dark pink, yellow, white and purple. This flower has a cinnamon, fragrantly spicy scent.
(symbolises of sweetness and innocence)
A fresh flower with several petals often available in pink, white, purple, yellow and orange. Freesia has pleasant scent.
The Gloriosa Lily
(symbolises the conveying one’s message)
A unique flower with delicate petals. The flower has hues of white, yellow and purple. Only a few are scented. Iris is named after the Greek goddess of rainbow.
With curled petals, these exotic flowers are also known as fire lily, glory and climbing lilies. Its petals are red with yellow edges and simple yellow hue. These flowers have no scent.
The Sweet Pea
A magnificent yellow flower that grow in the form of clusters on the branches. A forsythia plant filled with yellow flowers looks ravishing. It’s a Chinese flower and belong to the olive family.
(symbolises pleasure)A small sized flower with numerous delicate petals. Available in beautiful tones of purple, red, pink, lavender, pale pink, apricot, cream and white. It’s a luscious fragrant flower.