Spring sprung for a while there but the weather has suddenly had a turn for the worse again, around our neck of the woods anyway. In spite of this, we are still hopeful that the sunshine will be back soon and we are also optimistic about tabloid predicitions for a record-breaking heatwave across the UK this summer, even if the Met Office themselves do not exactly endorse these views on their own blog.
One way to combat this temporary lull in a spring climate is to capture the essence of the season with fresh spring flowers from Clare Florist. Today we thought we'd aim a spotlight on Freesia, a flower renowned for its cheerful appearance and distinctly lovely aroma. We provide free next day delivery on an assortment of freesia bouquets, starting with our affordable twenty stem arrangements, available in either purple, yellow, white or pink for just £22.50.
With each of the above arrangements you can go ahead and upgrade to Deluxe size which gives you 50% more flowers for just £3.50 extra! There is also the option to include chocolates and a handwritten card, perfect if you are sending freesia as a gift.
If you are looking for something larger and more bountiful, our 40 stem freesia bouquets might be worth investigating. Available in red, white, cerise or yellow, these exquisite bouquets are perfect for sending as an anniversary or birthday gift. Or you could even spoil yourself and order for delivery to your own home to add a beautiful touch of springtime to your surroundings.
Sending freesia to a loved one with Clare Florist is a quick and simple affair. Free standard next day delivery is included, letting you off the hook if you've just remembered an upcoming special date and are stuck for gift inspiration. Different colours of freesia can be used to signify different meanings - yellow means friendship whilst white symbolises innocence for example. The elegant appearance of freesias has led some florists to recommend them as a thank you gift for someone who has performed well under pressure. It should also be noted that freesias are the traditional flower to gift couples celebrating a seventh wedding anniversary. Freesias are long-lasting and can survive up to two weeks after being cut, making them great if you are looking for a long-lasting flower to decorate your household with.