Most Uncommon (and beautiful!) Spring Flowers for Gardens and Bouquets

Spring flowers come in all varieties, and while lots of people spend time in gardens with zinnias, crocuses and daisies, or make breathtaking bouquets of white, red and yellow tulips, we decided to showcase of our favourite less common spring flowers. Plant them in your yard, pick them up from your favourite London florist. Either way, enjoy!


Oriental poppies

Get ready to garden party—with these bright and festive blossoms your yard or indoor home decor will be conducive for all sorts of spring and summer festivities. Orange, purple and red petals, widespread like parasols, are particularly vibrant and beautiful.

Pasque flowers

If you are planting these little pretties yourself, then they’ll probably fare well in the typical English climate of wet, moderate winters and mild summer. But make sure you buy the European variety. Sleek, lavender to purple and blue hues in their petals make for a majestic atmosphere or flower bouquet.

Wood anemone

White, green and yellow varieties—in fact, these flowers are cousins to the buttercup—sprout beautifully with five slightly curled petals, reaching up into that gorgeous clear blue sky!

Leopard’s Bane

The name sounds a little scarier than these flowers are in real life. A little bit like a gerberas daisy, the yellow and slender, almost spiked, many petaled flowers are a profusion of cheery yellow and springtime delight.

Fawn lily

You’ll be fawning over the elegant and at once touching, sweet sway and bloom of this strikingly majestic flower. It carries the five recognisable, unfurled petals of the lily and a tiny drooped posture like that of bluebell flowers.


Coming in white and the flashier pink varieties, these are flower buds that burst into irresistible blooms, four petals spiralling outward that look like miniature star bursts. They are perfect in flower arrangements or strung together for wedding decor, homemade flower fashion, or to decorate your windowsill.


Is this the flower of the future? Sure sounds like it. Looks like it, too, with extravagant, almost psychedelic depth and variance to their colours, shape and veined patterns that line their petals.

Most Uncommon (and beautiful!) Spring Flowers for Gardens and Bouquets was last modified: March 27th, 2018 by Todd

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