So Valentine's Day is a week behind us and based on the amount of beautiful bouquets that we sent out love was and is truly in the air.
So a week on, it is still possible to display your affections to that special someone with fabulous fresh
Spring Flowers. Be it as a display of affection or to say thank you, that you care or just because you can, one thing is for certain, here at Clare Florist we have the perfect bouquet for you whatever the occasion.
With spring having sprung or at least beginning to spring, as early as it may be ? Snow drops are awakening from their winter slumber showing their pretty white delicate flowers, crocus?s are showing signs of life, shooting their dainty colourful flower heads up on green wintered ground and even the glorious yellow daffodils are showing signs of emerging life; getting ready to welcome us to the vibrancy of spring.
All of our bouquets are lovingly individually prepared and hand-tied in house by our expert flower technicians.
The Burst of Spring is a customer favourite; it evokes feelings of the colourful bright times ahead of us.
Blue Dew is a cool contemporary bouquet comprising of handsome blue hyacinths and cool crisp white tulips forming a sensational spring colour display.
50 Lemon Tulips is a simply stunning spring time arrangement, composed of the finest Dutch Tulips in subtle yellowy lemon hues embraced in lush green foliage.
And don?t forget the Maggie?s Flowers bouquet ? our special charity bouquet made up of sweet pink germini, fresh lemon chrysanths, lime zest santini and alstromeria lilies among other pastel toned flowers. With 10% of the sale price (that's £3.50) of every Maggie's Flowers Bouquet ordered going to the Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres Charity, it is the gift that gives.
For more information on the wonderful fresh flower bouquets that we have on offer this spring time, simply visit our website; www.clareflorist.co.uk
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