Every flower blooms in its own time.
Planning events this summer is the perfect time to embrace flowers by sharing them in any celebration. Whether you’re planning for a summertime wedding, birthday, or a relaxing pool party, using flowers as decor or gifts is a great way to bring beautiful colors and scents to any summer function. There are many amazing flowers blooming just in time this summer, so get them while they’re in season so you can enjoy them under the sun!
Sunflowers are the ultimate summertime flowers. Made to brighten up anyone’s day or any event, the peaks of sunflower harvest is mid-summer to early fall and come in pale to deep yellow-orange gold hues. Sunflowers represent loyalty, adoration, and pride which definitely resembles their bright and bold characteristics.
You can find their beaming, vivid petals just in time for summer. Their daisy-like flower heads come in an array beautiful colors of yellows, greens, oranges, pinks, and reds. They are simple and sweet and can blend right in to a rustic, vintage theme event or wedding.
Representing promise and validation, iris’ are unusually shaped flowers but keep a beautiful, serene look to them. There are over 200 different species of iris and was actually named after the Greek goddess of the rainbow. Coming in different hues of white, yellow, and purples, iris’ carry a very light sweet scent.
The glorious Gloriosa daisy blooms only in full sun and emits gorgeous, bright colors to anyone who lays their eyes on them. This flower is predominantly in full bloom from late summer to early fall and can be grown in reds, oranges, and yellows.
Magnolias are elegant, romantic flowers that give off a soft fragrance. Perfect for summertime centerpieces and home decor, magnolias come in white, yellow, pink and purple that each signify different meaning according the particular color. For example, white magnolias represent purity and dignity.
Symbolizing delicacy and felicity, cornflowers are summertime beauties for casual weddings and any other celebration under the sun. Catch them this summer to early fall as they come in pretty white, pink, and blue colors.
If you’re feeling sensual and luxurious, tuberose are the perfect flowers to represent a “spicy love.” Coming in a appealing ivory or pink, tuberose has a very strong perfume and can be combined in any bouquet for a softer look, but stronger scent.
Mix aster flowers with any other bright summer flower and you can get a beaming, vibrant bouquet. Aster, meaning “star,” has a starry-shaped flower head that is so vividly bright, they attract butterflies and well, people, too. Look out for their beaming blue hues as they can spruce up anyone’s day or event effortlessly.
If you were to mix a sunflower and an aster together, you get a gaillardia. This iconic summer flower can cover fields of fiery reds and oranges and can attract the most beautiful butterflies and bees.
Blooming from summer to early fall, dahlias are quite unique with their round shape flower heads with clustered petals. Dahlias are utterly bold and attractive as they come in white, yellow, orange, pink, red, and purples shades. They give off a light, spicy fragrance and represent gratitude and dignity.