18th May 2022

Top 8 Summer Flowers for 2022


Top 8 Summer Flowers for 2022

Summer is just around the corner and it’s the time to be bright and cheerful. When the sun is shining, it’s the perfect moment to have a bright flower bouquet to put the colour in your day. With a cocktail in hand, flowers are just the right addition to the perfect summer night.

Read more to see our top 8 summer flowers that are best for a summer bouquet gift or to decorate your home with.


With their beautiful bright yellow petals  sunflowers are known for their large blooms that follow the sun throughout the day.

And, because of their association with the sun, sunflowers are well-known for being a happy flower and the perfect bloom to gift a friend as they symbolise loyalty and adoration.


Dahlias are gorgeous flowers that are available in different colours, shapes, and sizes. They usually bloom from midsummer through autumn. They’re one of the most suitable flowers for the summer season due to their bright colours.

Dahlias symbolise elegance, love and inner strength. For the Aztecs, this flower was a religious symbol. It also represented a commitment or eternal bond during the Victorian era. Its combination with other flowers creates a breathtaking sight for the eyes of your loved ones.


Freesias are bright-coloured summer flowers that have a fruity fragrance. Its different colour shades, from powdery whites and yellow to deep purple, make it a perfect choice for florists. It looks stunning in a flower bouquet or a vase.

Freesia flowers have a meaning of innocence, trust, and purity. It is commonly used in the events of Baby Showers, Weddings, and Baptisms.


Roses are the all-season flowers for any type of occasion or celebration. Their availability in a wide range of colours makes them suitable for all kinds of bouquet combinations. Roses are available in a wide range of beautiful colours from dark red to white color. Their presence and scents change the feel of the environment.

Roses symbolise beauty, love, affection, and purity. They have long-been a prevalent bloom, used in everything from bespoke bouquets, to wedding centrepieces and modernistic displays and party arrangements. They’re the perfect way to say  “I love you” on a summer date night or for a summer birthday bouquet.


Colourful, vibrant and fragrant,  lilies are truly amazing flowers! These exotic blooms are full of surprises and come in over 100 different species.

They’re known to add a touch of elegance to any bouquet and are connected with purity, grace and femininity. These stunning flowers are the perfect option to not only delight a loved one for their special day but also to be given or displayed at  funerals or to show sympathy. Lilies are a fitting gift to celebrate a milestone such as a promotion at work, graduation, or even a new home.


Hydrangea is the flower to instantly lift spirits and bring joy to the home. With its large balls of petals, resembling pom poms, these blooms capture the fun and frivolity of summer. Place a few stems in a vase for an instant holiday feeling!

The hydrangea represents gratitude, grace and beauty. It also radiates abundance because of the lavish number of petals and the generous round shape. Its blooms are synonymous with love, harmony and peace. Hydrangeas are suitable for floral arrangements for  weddings and birthday bouquets.


The  gerbera daisy is native to South Africa and lush with bright colours and a warm beauty about it. These daisies are strong perennial plants with colours from deepest red to warm yellows, creams, white and peach shades. Not surprisingly the Victorian meaning of the gerbera daisy is happiness. The gerbera daisy radiates pure happiness with its delicate petals and round shape as if they’re smiling to you.

Gerberas are often said to represent an energised happiness instead of a more laid back, calm type of happiness. They are meant to evoke feelings of bubbliness and excitement you just can’t contain.


Delphiniums bring colours to gardens and landscapes with their magnificent, tall flowering spikes. But on top of that, they also secure a spot as an extremely popular cut flower in floristry. You can get them in a bunch and put them in a jar on your coffee table to pop some colour in the room or combine them with roses for an  eye-catching bouquet for your crush, as it can also symbolise new opportunities and openness to new feelings and emotions.

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