7 Summer Flowers That Make Perfect Gift For Your Loved Ones

Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.
– Luther Burbank

Since the advent of time, flowers have been a classic and graceful way of conveying the feelings of love, care, compassion, happiness, friendship and support. From low-profile to grand events or occasions, people send flowers online or present them in person to greet their dear ones and express different feelings. Besides, summer is the best time when fields and gardens are at their best, delivering a riot of flowers, hues and fragrances. With that said, we’ve put together a list of the top 7 summer flowers that will make a perfect gift for your loved ones and even beautify your casa.

Sunflower

Sunflower

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The very first summer flower on our list is the one that not only screams summer but also thrives the most in this season. It is a cheery and vibrant flower that is a symbol of happiness, faith, adoration, long life and good luck. The popping yellow hue of sunflowers is enough to make anyone’s day better. For this, and many other reasons, this bloom often makes the centrepiece of a flower bouquet.

Roses

roses

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The king and queen of flowers, roses are evergreen beauty. Any flower bouquet is incomplete without the presence of this mesmerising bloom. Besides, be it birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, housewarmings, Valentine’s Day or any other occasion – you can grace the event and amaze your dear ones with the beauty that is rose.

Hibiscus

Hibiscus

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This large and colourful bloom also finds itself sitting gracefully in a bouquet or centrepiece. They are among those summer flowers that are perfect for a bridal bouquet. This flowering plant can be a great choice to introduce to your backyard during summers not just to beautify your space but also for hair treatment to enhance their beauty.

Dahlia

Dahlia

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Flamboyant, stunning and showstopper, Dahlia is the foremost summer flower that pleases everyone with its striking hues and styles. Besides, given their strong stems and large blooms, they make an excellent choice in flower arrangements. So, surprise your loved ones with Dahlias on celebratory occasions. If you are unable to find this plant at your local florist, today there are several florists online that let you buy and send flowering plants online anywhere you like.

Geranium

Geranium

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The colours, the leaves, the scent – everything is surreal about Geranium. It is a classic summer season staple that looks too pretty in bouquets, flower beds, hanging baskets, tabletop displays and container gardens. Besides, it is one of those dreamy flowers that are perfect for special occasions.

Lilies

lilies

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Striking lily bouquets add evergreen and timeless beauty to any occasion. They come in a wide array of pretty hues (white, pink, yellow, orange, etc.) and striking scents. This is the prime reason lilies make great cut flowers. Though they appear delicate, they can survive even the most extreme conditions of the summer season.

Carnations

Carnations

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Carnations flowers are great for mixed arrangements. Their cheery and ruffled appearance fills every heart with sweetness and warmness. They come in a wide spectrum of hues, each of which represents different emotions. For example, white carnations symbolise good luck & purity, dark red carnations symbolise love & affection and the pink carnations symbolise gratitude.

Whenever you are short of words or wish to express your heartfelt sentiments – these bountiful summer flowers will give voice to your feelings. They are just perfect to celebrate life’s memorable milestones and fill every heart with the warmth of love.

About the author

Anushka

A creative person by heart and presently working with FNP as a content curator, Anushka has 4+ years of experience in content writing, editing and marketing. She loves designing for her writing pieces and is skilled at writing a multitude of genres including narrative, fiction, poetry, fantasy and short story. When not working, she can be usually found watching anime or framing random story plots in her head.

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