Flowers You Should Give On This Valentine

7 Long Lasting Flowers You Should Give On This Valentine

February 11, 2020

Valentine’s Day is just days away and it will be a shame if you have not yet picked up a nice and decent gift for your partner yet – I mean, it’s days away guys, now come on! If you don’t think you can arrange for some extravagant gifts, then even flowers will be enough. Given below are some of the nicest, sophisticated flowers that you can get your hands on at such short notice. Right from carnations to tulips, these blooms are better long-lasting than others – read along to choose one for your perfect Valentine’s Day celebration.

1. Orchids

Orchids are elegant and beautiful in their appearance and everything – and that is why they top this list. From these family, the Cymbidiums are the type that has the longest shelf-life, because of their robust nature. Orchids come in purple, blue and even white – so go with that colored flower that your partner would love to have around, on and after Valentine’s Day. These are usually associated with virility in Greek mythology as they believed that men eating orchid tubers would most probably bless the couple with a beautiful and strong baby boy.

2. Lilies

Lilies are any girl’s favorite flower, right after roses. These blooms are available in various types and colors – but all of them have something in common, and that is the long stems that are perfect to make a bouquet out of. There are Peruvian lilies, Easter lilies, Oriental lilies, Asiatic lilies, and the list literally goes on and on. The flowers can actually last for more than a week in a vase and hence becomes one of the best Valentine’s Day gift. If you are planning on Romantic Flower delivery to Spain, Croatia, Egypt, or anywhere on the World’s back, lilies are certainly the way to go!

3. Tulips

Tulips are those cute flowers – available in a variety of colors, though usually known for its pink and pastel and yellow varieties – that you find in fields because tulips are grown in freaking fields! These fields can be seen everywhere, from Spain to Europe. As Valentine’s Day draws nearer, you will have to take efforts to assemble your gift – and some extra efforts to gather the best, premium quality tulips. There’re double tulips as well as fringed tulips. Take your pick; whatever suits you, because both are the same in appeal and price.

4.  Daisies

One of the ancient, traditional flowers for Valentine’s Day gifting, daises are those cute little white flowers that indicate ethereal peace and timelessness. These blooms can last up to two weeks – sometimes even longer than that – when you put them in a pot or a vase, thanks to their long, strong and firm stems. Daisies are not just available in white though; there is a whole variety available on this flower, some fun, bright and vibrant colors and therefore, there are endless ways in which you can fashion bouquets or arrangements from them.

5. Carnations

Carnations are usually the most used flowers for a bouquet or some pretty arrangements. They are pretty and obviously, have long shelf-life, thus making it an ideal choice for bouquets. These flowers can last from around two to even three weeks after they are separated from their stem, and will definitely live longer if they are maintained and given enough care and attention. There are many colors that carnations are available in, and if you are really planning to order Valentine’s gifts online, you know Carnations are the ones for you.

6. Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums are believed to be lasting around 25 to 30 days, i.e. more or less, a month. The water is supposed to be changed every day to keep them refreshed and lively looking. There are purple chrysanthemums as well as yellow, white, pink and even pastels, which you can throw around together in an arrangement or a cute little bouquet. Trimming it with long stems will probably help more than normal. Send chrysanthemums to your partner across the globe – the destination can be Spain or even Germany, but you have got to do what you got to do!

7.  Zinnia

Zinnia has got to be the winner in the contest of ‘Which flower lives the longest?’, because literally, it can survive for around 24 days, i.e. roughly for a month almost. The trick is to change the water every two days; other than that, you are good to go. These also, undoubtedly, look quite good in a bouquet, or better yet, in a flower arrangement. These flowers are native to Southwest United States, Central America, Mexico, and even Spain. Zinnia is available in yellow, orange, purple and even red – every color there is that is usually seen in Valentine’s Day celebration.

There you have it! These are some of the beautiful flowers, and what’s more – they have more than normal shelf-life. Make your Valentine’s amazing with the help of these blooms!

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