Tulip Season Has Arrived- Why You Should Send Someone Tulips This Spring

One of the best things about springtime is all of the blossomings of flowers that come in out in her wake. One of the most beautiful flowers that blossoms during the springtime are tulips.

Known throughout history as quite the sought after flower, this particular bud is truly one of nature’s finest creations! When we say one, we don’t exactly mean that there is only one kind of tulip. Most people would be surprised to know that there are thousands of them. Seriously, according to bloomnation.com, the Royal Horticultural Association of Holland has recognized over 3,000 different cultivated tulip varieties, with colors ranging from deep maroon to white-and-green striped.

Along with the thousands of color choices, did you know each color has a meaning behind it? While we wouldn’t want to overload you with all 3000+ means behind every flower, we did find and list our favorite ones!

White tulips symbolize newness and purity.

Red tulips proclaim of true love.

Yellow tulips are meant to complement the feelings of cheerfulness.

Though there are several reasons why sending tulips are so popular during the springtime, we’d like to remind you that it’s not the kind of flower that is important, but the gesture behind sending them. Sending a bouquet sends a clear sign of how much you care for someone, be it in a romantic way or just a gesture of friendship.

Along with letting someone know they are on your mind, there are also so many benefits from sending someone you care for a bouquet! Studies show, receiving flowers, whether they are sent from another person or you bought them for yourself, can give an immediate mood boost and even provide immunity-boosting properties.

For whichever reason you decide to send someone flowers this spring, be it tulips or any kind of blooming assortment, we hope you’ll let us be a part of that special moment by sending a Gesture.

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