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Tried and tested – Best of Spring Bouquets

Tried and tested – Best of Spring Bouquets

Winter is finally coming to an end and spring is saying “hello” with all manner of colourful flowers starting to make an appearance in our gardens.  So why not brighten up someone’s day with a beautiful bouquet of spring flowers?  We’ve been checking what’s available and here are our favourites:

1. Mixed Scented Freesias – ready to arrange - from Waitrose - £24.00
We love freesias here at UKMums.TV with their delicate fragrance, so how about this bouquet of 30 individual freesia stems in soft pastel shades, ready to arrange at home? Let the buds open out and fill the room with their wonderful scents.

2. Scented Hyacinth and Tulips - from Flying Flowers - £23.99
Bring the scents of the season indoors with this stunning bouquet of blue, fragrant hyacinths and contrasting pink tulips.

3. Spring Surprise - from Flying Flowers - £23.99
Another delight from Flying Flowers, this is a pretty and colourful display, packed full of spring colour – it includes orange ranunculus, cerise tulips and anemones, as well as blue anemones and greenbell. 

4. Hello Spring -  from eflorist - £26.50
A stunning hand tied bouquet of iris, tulips, narcissus and viburnum, all presented as a classic, flat bouquet.

5. Spring Hand-tied - from Interflora - £33.00
This vibrant bouquet captures the very best of the season with bright, contrasting colours.  With cerise carnations, yellow daffodils and germini, blue iris, light pink spray carnations, cream Asiatic lilies and green spray chrysanthemums, this bouquet is bursting with our favourite flowers.

And finally …

6. Spring Sunshine Hand-tied - from Interflora - £30.00

Sunshine yellow is the colour of the season so look no further for this inspirational bouquet – yellow germini and LA lillies are joined with rich purple lisianthus, ivory large-headed roses, white genista, eucalyptus and salal to create an attractive and stylish display.

Go on, make someone smile today.

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