Which Flowers Are the Most Popular?
Flowers, flowers, flowers! There are so many beautiful types out there, and let’s not forget all the different colors! We love all flowers (although we believe the best bouquets of flowers come from sustainable farms like ours). With so many mesmerizing arrangements, we know it can be tough choosing the perfect Bouq for whichever moment you’re celebrating. But, when you go with one of our popular bouquets, you can’t go wrong.
Best Bouquet of Flowers for Every Occasion
From Mother's Day to birthdays, Happy Mondays to housewarming gifts, an eye-catching floral arrangement makes a perfect, thoughtful gift. If you find yourself stuck on which of our stunning Bouqs you should order, feel free to take a look at our most popular flowers. Some are seasonal, classic, or mixed, and we even offer plants for sale.
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You’ll find the inspiration you were missing, and you might even find your new favorite flower. If you’re new to the wonderful world of flowers, our “Best Sellers” is a great place to start learning about what the trendy best flowers are. Whichever focal flowers you’re looking for (roses, peonies, hydrangeas, sunflowers), our popular Bouqs are sure to wow. Our collections are full of the best flowers to help make memorable moments. Why not have one (or more) of them share in your life’s special moments?
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When it comes to popular flowers, roses are a natural choice. While red roses are commonly associated with romance, you can find a rose color to suit any occasion. Yellow roses represent friendship, pink roses can express gratitude, and lavender roses make a bold statement when you feel the need to shout your emotions from the rooftops.
Whatever the occasion, you will love our selection of farm-fresh roses! We offer spray, tea, and garden roses in several stunning colors.
Yellow freesia traditionally signify friendship, while white freesia symbolize innocence. In addition to white or yellow, freesia can be orange, purple, mauve, red, pink, or striped. With its sweet scent, unique funnel shape, and more blooms per stem than other flowers, freesia is a wonderful choice for showing gratitude to somebody and is a versatile gift.
Tulips represent many things, including abundance, love, royalty, charity, and indulgence. Our gorgeous tulip Bouqs are perfect for nearly any occasion. Choose from our single color or mixed color varieties to suit the situation.
Hydrangeas come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, making them appropriate for just about any gift-giving situation. While they stand out on their own, they also make a stunning addition to assortments. Whether you want to say, “I’m sorry,” “Thank you,” or “Congratulations,” hydrangeas say it with style.
While sunflowers have different meanings around the world, they commonly symbolize loyalty, adoration, and longevity. Many people also consider sunflowers to be “happy” flowers, making them a great gift for cheering somebody up. Who wouldn’t want a little more sun in their life?
Lilies come in a rainbow of colors to suit any gift-giving situation, and they can have a wide variety of meanings. White lilies are often used in weddings to represent purity. Lilies of any color can represent love, femininity, or even transience. That makes lilies an excellent choice for any event from a wedding to an anniversary to a birthday.
Orchids suggest luxury, love, and beauty, making them suitable for a variety of occasions. Our orchids come in a biodegradable eco-pot, so your recipient can care for the flowers while knowing that we care about the environment. This tropical flower is perfect for anybody who has a green thumb.
You may know ranunculus under a different name: buttercup, which means “little frog” in Latin. Regardless of what you call them, these showy spring flowers have layers upon layers of petals and look as good in a Bouq of their own as they do spicing up an assortment.
When you can’t decide which flowers are appropriate for an occasion, it’s hard to go wrong with ranunculus. They come in many cheerful colors that will put a smile on anybody’s face.
Peonies are found in several colors and symbolize a variety of things, including beauty, honor, wealth, and romance. You can feel confident sending a bouquet of peonies for any reason - they’re certain to be a big hit!
Whether you’re looking for a birthday gift, an anniversary present, or just a way to say, “I appreciate you,” you can say it with one of our beautiful Bouqs of peonies.
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When you want to order flowers online for delivery, second-best won’t cut it.
While we happen to think we’re pretty great, you don’t need to take our word for it. Business Insider and CNET have both selected The Bouqs Co. as the best flower delivery company in 2020. Forbes lists The Bouqs Co. on their shortlist of their favorite online floral delivery companies. Good Housekeeping says we’re the best for live plants, while The Oprah Magazine chose us as their best eco-friendly pick.
In the end, though, we strive every day to be YOUR top pick for the best flower delivery service. Select one of our beautiful Bouqs today so we can prove to you that we’re the best flower delivery company!
What are the 10 most popular flowers?
Which flowers are used in bouquets?
Roses, dahlias,calla lilies, carnations, lilies, gerbera daisy, pin cushion flowers, tulips, are some of the most popular bouquet flowers. While we think all flowers are beautiful, some have earned their place in flower bouquets around the world because of they come in a variety of colors, look fabulous as focal and/or supporting flowers, and pair well with other blossoms.
What are the most popular flowers for wedding bouquets?
Popular wedding flowers include romantic favorites such as roses, tulips, ranunculus, orchids, and anemones. Be careful with peonies, hydrangeas, dahlias. These gorgeous blooms are highly sought-after wedding flowers but they wilt quickly when out of water so extra care should be taken. Avoid poppies, which easily stain clothing and daffodils, which release a toxic sap which can kill other blooms.