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Choosing Wedding Flowers By Season

Wedding bouquet and flower decorations are important and if flower varieties matter to you, you might want to know in what seasons they are available to plan your wedding accordingly or learn what other similar varieties are available at that time. Here is a small guide on wedding flowers by season that will help you choose blooms for your wedding.

Flower Varieties By Season

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The winter season boasts many beautiful flowers that can be used in wedding bouquets, centerpieces, and decorations. These include Amaryllis, Anemone, Camellia, French Tulip, Narcissus Paper White, Casablanca Lily, Gardenia, Holly, Jasmine, Orchid, and Poinsettia.

The Spring season brings such gorgeous varieties as romantic Daffodil, Hyacinth, Hydrangea, Peony, Tulips; exquisite Lilies; and decorative Larkspur, Lilac, Lily of the valley, Lisianthus, and Pansy.

Summer flowers are very sunny and usually small. They include Anemone, Poppy, Hydrangea, Daffodil, Aster, Larkspur, Geranium; but there are also larger blooms like Dahlia, Chrysanthemum, Daisy, Zinnia, Gardenia, Sunflower, Magnolia, Cymbidium Orchid, Phalaenopsis Orchid, Tulip, and Calla lily.

Fall is a great time for Camellia, Asiatic Lily, Aster, Calla Lily, Chrysanthemums, Dahlia, Marigold, Sunflower, and Zinnia. Besides you can have your bouquet filled with vegetables, greens, and foliage if you want something different and colorful.

Anthurium, Gerbera Daisy, Carnation, Rose, Freesia, Gladiolus, Gardenia, Iris, Scabiosa, and Lilium are available all year round so if you love classic roses or playful Gerbera Daisies you may not worry about matching your wedding to any particular season.

Some blooms may be available for longer and their varieties may also come in different seasons. For instance, some dahlias like Burgundy Black and White Dahlia are offered year round while others like Tangerine Yellow and Clouds of Lavender Button Dahlia are seasonal.

When planning your wedding make sure the flowers of your choice are available in your area at the time of the wedding. If somehow the flowers you want aren’t available go for alternatives or varieties that are similar to the flowers you want. You may even discover some unusual and interesting flowers and reconsider your choice.

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