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Spring Flowers Are at Their Peak

Sophisticated Mix of Spring Color Tulips

Beautiful spring flowers are everywhere for the next several weeks. These give us countless opportunities for unique floral arrangements.

New York City Master Florist Gabriela Wakeham (https://www.gabrielawakeham.com) this week introduces a new collection of seasonal spring flower arrangements. These capitalize on flowers-of-the-moment for late April and early May including tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and soon-to-come peonies, irises and lilacs. Colors span the spring spectrum from deep purples, blue and yellow to a range of pinks and clean, fresh white. The new spring bouquets feature distinctive modern single flower looks and mixed compositions. All capitalize on the bounty of spring, which is the biggest season of the year for fresh flowers. For many people who have backyard gardens, a number of these looks can be created at home.

‘Anyone who is a flower lover waits each year for this incredible moment in spring,’ said Gabriela Wakeham. ‘Beautiful spring flowers are everywhere for the next several weeks. These give us countless opportunities for unique floral arrangements.’ Many new and signature pieces featuring peonies, tulips, hyacinths and irises are available for same-day delivery in the New York City areas of Manhattan, Williamsburg, Long Island City, Dumbo, Astoria and Brooklyn Heights. Custom orders to a client’s exact specifications are also offered. In addition, for groups of 10 to 12 spring flower arranging classes are offered by special request at the Gabriela Wakeham studios in midtown Manhattan.

New Spring Flower Combinations

Options to Try at Home

One of the signature spring flower looks is a combination of three colors of tulips. In the Gabriela Wakeham Studio Tri-Tone Tulip arrangement, the morning’s best tulip colors are artfully combined into a sophisticated color mix for a beautiful effect. Created at home, this can be achieved be selecting three colors, either the customary brights or perhaps more subtle shades, for a quintessentially spring look. For home seasonal gardens that include daffodils, they can be elegantly combined with yellow tulips for a spring textured bouquet that is a strong single-color statement. For those who have hyacinths growing, they can be combined with anemomes in a play of shape and proportion. The hyacinth/anemone mix is a play of opposites as the lacy vertical hyacinth blooms mix with the round graphic shape of the anemones.

Two more of the most beautiful spring flowers will bloom in the next two to four weeks and are found in many backyard gardens around the United States. These are peonies and lilacs. Both have great potential to be included in distinctive flower arrangements, and peonies…

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