5 Best Vase-Worthy Spring Flowers

Spring is here! And what better way to celebrate it than with floral arrangements around the house? We have a list of our favorite flowers to mark the spring occasion. Check out these simple flower arrangements.

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1. Gardenias

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The white gardenia flowers are some of our absolute favorites because of their sophisticated look and delicious unforgettable scent. They convey everyday ephemeral luxury through their elegance, charm, and sexiness.

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2. Ranunculuses

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Ranunculuses come in a variety of colors including white, yellow, orange and pink. Once cut, ranunculuses continue to bloom and can last up to a week in a vase. It’s best to place them in vases with extra room around the top to account for additional blooms.

3. Blue Irises

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Blue irises have short life spans once cut, so it’s best to choose bunches in the bud stage. Once the irises are cut and placed in a vase, their blooms will quickly take shape. Keep fresh-cut irises out of direct sunlight and make sure the vase is full of water each day. To extend their vase life, add a preservative solution to the water every three days.Spray Roses

4. Spray roses

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Spray roses are the most common member of the rose family. They’re characterized by their buds found on tiny stems branching off a larger stem. Like most types of roses, spray roses can last up to two weeks once cut.

5. Anemones

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Due to their feminine shape and bold hues, pink anemones are perfect to bring some color into your home. Cut anemones will last between three and five days in a vase if given proper care. Choose vases with plenty of extra space inside to allow for stems that will continue to grow after being cut.

 

Happy Spring!

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