During the cold month of January, many people don’t think that flowers could bloom under such conditions. The UK is full of wonderful surprises, however, and there are a few fantastic options for anyone looking to send fresh flowers during this month. When browsing through the various bouquets at your favourite UK florist, you’re bound to notice how abundant they are despite the weather. Even if some of the flowers aren’t in season, there are a number of flowers that are so popular that florists prefer to keep them in stock permanently.
When choosing the perfect flowers to send at this time of year, keep in mind that some of these blooms work well as focal flowers and others are best used as mass or filler flowers. Some of the most popular flowers that you will find at your local florist during this time of year include:
- Calla lily
- Gerbera daisies
You should also have no trouble finding flowers like roses and tulips any time of year. These are just two examples of popular flowers that are considered stapels in any flower shop. When ordering fresh flowers during January, remember that they will need to be displayed in areas where temperatures are moderate to warm and nowhere near any source of heat. If you are looking for the best birthday flowers for January, remember that the carnation is associated with this month which makes it the perfect gift!
Remember, not all of the flowers in this list bloom during the winter but, as houseplants, some of them can be successfully persuaded to make your home even more colourful even in the coldest months. Seasonal flowers are known for being the most reasonably priced. If you are on a budget and looking for cheap flowers, take a look at the seasonal section on your florist’s website for some of the best deals.
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