Hydrangeas easily grab the attention of anyone looking with their large, full bloom of petals. It’s no wonder they’ve been said to be a symbol of apologies and gratitude. But you don’t have to be asking for forgiveness or saying “thanks” to send these flowers. Gone are the days when we would only get flowers once a year or for major milestones. Why can’t we buy purple hydrangeas just because we had a good Monday? We can, and we should because all moments, big or small, deserve to be celebrated!
Hydrangea Flower Delivery
Hydrangeas come in many colors and varieties. The vivid colors of hydrangeas give them a personality of their own making them perfect to use as your staple centerpiece, or for gifting to that friend that loves making statements. Hydrangeas are breathtaking alone or in a friendly mix of other flowers. You can decide whether you want it to be the focus or a supporting star, but in either case, you know hydrangeas will always bring a warm smile and make any Bouq shine.
Types of Hydrangeas
Whether you’re attracted by the bold, purple beauty of our Persistence Bouq or our softer, but definitely not subtle, Glowing Bouq with surprise lilies, you’ll find that hydrangeas can make any space instantly brighter, more beautiful, and more you. Wherever you are in the U.S., our hydrangeas are ready to be delivered and admired!
How much does a bouquet of hydrangeas cost?
Our bouquets that feature hydrangeas usually cost around $50 for an original-sized bouquet. You save money on stems by upgrading to deluxe or grand size Bouqs which give you the most bloom for the buck.
Can you put hydrangeas in a bouquet?
Absolutely. Hydrangeas are a popular focal flower for bouquets, especially wedding bouquets, romantic arrangements, and celebratory bouquets. Paired with roses, peonies, dahlias, or ranunculus, they make a spectacular bouquet flower.
What month do hydrangeas flower?
Hydrangeas have a long blooming season. They can bloom from early spring to fall. In hotter climates, they might stop blooming during the intense summer heat. Don’t worry though, they can rebloom again in the fall after taking a break to cool off. Their long blooming season makes them a favorite for both home gardeners and connoisseurs of cut flowers.