Oh, the charms of spring. We at Robertson’s Flowers can hardly wait for the most glorious of seasons to make itself felt in earnest here in Philadelphia, but until then, we’ve got flowers. A dizzying array of fragrant, voluptuous, seasonal flowers that are just begging us to work them into designs that suggest all of the attitudes of spring—a sense of rebirth, renewal, joy.
Spring’s blooms are more than just pretty faces; they’ve long been associated with the symbolism of the season and are full of meaning. When we design with them, we know we are communicating visually what the season means, but we’re also aware that we’re speaking in the more subtle, sub-textual language of flowers, too. To wit, is there a more vivid yellow on the planet than the one that appears in our Spring Harmony‘s ranunculus? We think not. This flower, with its fold upon fold of yellow, signifies radiance and charm. Each one here is like a little sun, enticing the eye with its color and layers. Our pink tulips are no ordinary petal either; they are frilled, which gives them a more refined and delicate look. But pink tulips also express happiness and attachment.
And what of that blushing hyacinth? It has long been connected with the idea of sport and play. Along with contributing its gorgeous scent to a bouquet that looks as though it was freshly gathered from the most pastoral garden, hyacinth adds texture with its stacked petals like little flutes.
Bring this glorious season straight to your table or desk through a flower design that sends all the messages of spring ringing throughout your space.