Blooms In Season – February

The month of love!

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And just like that, it’s February 1st! The month of love has arrived, and with it comes a whole new batch of flowers you can give to your loved one or incorporate into your wedding extravaganza. Keep reading to discover what’s budding this month!

 

 

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1. Hydrangea

This flowering plant is known for its pink, purple and blue hues. What most people don’t know is that hydrangeas change color (except for the white ones) based on the pH level of their soil. The more acidity in the soil, the more blue hydrangeas become. This shrub is easy to grow, as well as easy to find! Incorporate the pink variety into your wedding day festivities.

 

 

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2. Lisianthus

Lisianthus can be either single-flowered or double-flowered. These full, petaled flowers have a rose-like appearance, an come in a variety of colors such as purple, blush and white. Lisianthus is the perfect addition to a sophisticated arrangement or bouquet.

 

 

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3. Snapdragon

These brightly colored flowers bloom at the bottom of their stalks and work their way up, creating a tall, tapered shape. If you look closely, the flower resembles the face of a dragon. Snapdragons come in shades or orange, pink, purple, red and white and will definitely brighten any arrangement.

 

 

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4. Tulips

A classic! Tulips mean spring is on its way – especially in Southern California! These beautiful flowers grow in brilliant colors, shapes and sizes. They also have a delicate fragrance, making for a pleasing bouquet!

 

 

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5. Zinnia

Zinnias are traditionally colorful, full and textured flowers. They come in a variety of colors, making them versatile for any wedding arrangement! We love the sunset hues of this orange-toned variety!

 

 

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6. Dusty Miller

A soft foliage flower, dusty miller is a great accent for centerpieces and bouquets. Its silver white leaves are unique and complementary to other flowers, and are a favorite for groomsmen boutonnieres as well.

 

 

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7. Iris

Named for Greek goddess of the rainbow, the iris is a vibrant and popular flower for February. Irises are typically depicted in art in their purple variety, which symbolizes wisdom and compliments. Incorporate this beautiful flower into a bouquet or centerpiece for the perfect pop of purple!

 

 

Which February flowers do you plan to give your loved one? Let us know in the comments!