Flower bouquets, bold floral and seasonal wreaths strengthen the mood

Flower bouquets, bold floral and seasonal wreaths strengthen the mood
Peony, bright yellow flowers, dried grasses and dried flowers are among the main floral trends.
Peony: This beautiful flower blooms between April and June, is a favorite among florists and the most anticipated flower of the season, recording a Google search growth of 87% during 2020.
Yellow flowers: prominent colors, especially bright yellow, will take over spring and summer, experiencing a 50% increase in searches in the last year. (Clear light yellow, yet Pantone is the color of 2021.)
Mood-boosting bouquets: Soothing and relaxing flowers like chamomile and lavender, which are both decorative and functional, will be a big hit this spring and summer after a particularly stressful and stressful year. Adhering to the trend of yellow flowers, sunflower is the one that beautifies spaces and minds.
Dried grasses and flowers: Dried flowers experienced an incredible 511% increase in searches in 2020, especially pampas grasses. Florists recommend styling dried herbs with rabbit tail grass, lavender and wild roses.
Clay vases: will be a big trend in home decorating, recording a 170% increase in searches. Experts say natural earth tones such as brown, terracotta and gray will prevail.
Exotic flowers: since we cannot travel to exotic places due to a pandemic, the search for exotic flowers has been on the rise since January as people want to create an oasis to relax at home. Tropical flowers like ginger, heliconia and leukospermum are ideal for the warmer months.
Dried Flowers: “How to Dry Flowers,” has experienced a 125% increase in search, making it a major trend of the 2021 and 2022 seasons. Three methods are recommended: air drying, tumble drying and microwave drying.
Wreaths: Wreaths are not just for Christmas. Wreaths experienced an 84% increase in searches during 2020. Whether you’re buying ready-made or wreaths are handmade, wreaths add a great seasonal flair to any home. A visit to a local florist for seasonal longer-lasting wreaths is recommended.
Bouquets without lilies: although very beautiful, lilies can be harmful to pets. Searches of flowering plants suitable for dogs, especially bouquets without lilies, recorded a search increase of 528% during 2020 as more people took pets into their homes due to the pandemic.
Supporting local florists and small businesses is more important than ever during such economically difficult times, so it makes sense that local florists will be a priority.

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