Tulips - the most beautiful spring surprise? Here are the messages this flower hides and how important it is to give the right arrangement!


Spring is the right time to show your loved ones the love and appreciation you have for them, because they are always by your side when you need them. Flowers have always been the most beautiful way to express your feelings and feelings, so a bouquet can brighten anyone's day. Regardless of the context in which you are or the event you have to attend, a floral arrangement is the preferred option by many people. When it comes to making a bouquet of spring flowers, tulips are the most common choice, as they are delicate and have a special meaning. With a variety of tulip species, you can opt for a wide range of arrangements, where each flower expresses a message.


Tulips are some of the heralds of spring, because they rise when nature comes back to life, being one of the most gifted flowers during this period, along with other spring flowers such as snowdrops or daffodils. If you are curious and want to learn more about these flowers, stay tuned to this article, where you will find the most interesting things about tulips, as well as a short history of them or the best ways to care for them.



  1. The history of tulips - The most interesting things you need to know about these flowers

1.1. When does the tulip bloom?

1.2. The most important curiosities about tulips

  1. What are the most common types of tulips and what does each color mean? From variegated tulip to red tulip

  2. What tulips do you offer depending on the event?

 1. The history of tulips - The most interesting things you need to know about these flowers


Tulips have a strong meaning, being cultivated in many corners of the world, so that each species has its own interesting story. If you ask anyone where these flowers come from, the answer will definitely be the Netherlands, as this is famous as the "Land of Tulips". This flower has adapted perfectly, and the Dutch have loved the tulip so much that they use it as a national symbol.


You will be surprised to learn that the tulip does not have its origins here. The Dutch borrowed these flowers, making an "obsession" for them and cultivating them in excessive numbers, but the homeland of these heralds of spring is Persia. It is said that they were cultivated only in the palaces of the sheikhs, being considered the flowers of the rich. Evidence has also been found that tulips originate in Asian regions, where entire fields of tulips can be seen each year.




 1.1. When does the tulip bloom? 


Tulips are delicate, sensitive flowers, so they need special attention. If you are passionate about ingrijirea lalelelor, you have to document yourself a little bit about them, because you have to give them a lot of time and a lot of love. The bulbs are planted starting with the first day of November, regardless of whether you choose to do this in the solarium or in the garden. If you choose to plant them in the solarium, you can do it until the beginning of winter, as they will bloom quickly, starting in January. However, if you plant them in the garden, they will bloom in the second half of April or even in March, if the weather is favorable. Tulips love the sun and heat, so you need to make sure they are always in a bright place. Avoid watering them excessively, as they may wither quickly.

 1.2. The most important curiosities about tulips 


Tulips are complex and mysterious flowers, about which not all the information is known yet, so some interesting curiosities about them are welcome, in order to better understand their meaning:


  • They are part of a large family of plants, including onions, garlic and lily

  • The names of the tulips are "derived" from Persia, where they were named after their turban shape.

  • There is a huge variety of tulip species, which are more and more spectacular

  • Tulips have a symmetry close to perfection

  • Tulips bloom only within a maximum of 7 days

  • The most interesting species of tulips is the purple one, confused by many as black

  • Although they originated in Central Asia or Persia, they became well known when the Dutch began cultivating them in every corner of the country.

  • Like the sunflower, the tulip will always be oriented towards the light, even if it is in the vase or in the garden.

  • Tulips were considered the flowers of royalty, being the most expensive in the world at one time


2. What are the most common types of tulips and what does each color mean? From variegated tulip to red tulip 


It is said that spring does not make a single flower, but when it comes to tulips, they can give you an indescribable joy, and a bouquet of tulips hide strong messages. Each type of tulip has a special meaning, so it is recommended to know which colors are appropriate depending on the context, so as not to face an unpleasant situation. There is a wide color palette of these plants, and each one is special in its own way.








Stacked tulip


The variegated tulip, known as "Fritillaria meleagris", is a true natural monument. This flower is extremely special, having a special appearance, like a chessboard. Unfortunately, it is on the verge of extinction, being currently protected by law, because it was over-harvested. Currently, it is found only in some regions of our country, being a wild flower, extremely beautiful. Depending on the climate, it blooms towards the end of spring, but for a maximum of 10 days, after which it closes. The flower is delicate, having the appearance of a fragile bell, which urges you to admire it.




Blue tulip


Blue tulips are really special flowers. These were not previously found in the chromatic range of tulips, but some botanists managed to create them. The blue tulip has several meanings, depending on the interpretation of each person. For some people it represents peace and quiet, but for others it symbolizes uniqueness. Giving such a special bouquet shows the love, appreciation and respect you have for your loved ones. Also, due to their special appearance, they are perfect for some special ocasions, making each event unique.



Black Tulip


The black tulip became famous thanks to a famous book, being a true symbol. Therefore, it represents freedom and rebellion. Some arrangements containing black tulips are meant to express feelings of regret when you lose a loved one, but many people use this type of flower in business contexts to wish success and abundance. As black has always been associated with regret, death or pain, the black tulip is often used for sad occasions, but you can easily offer such a bouquet to someone you appreciate. Many people interpret this lily as the flower of mystery and infinity, because it is actually purple, but put in a certain light, it has shades of black.




White tulip


White has always been the most innocent form of love, so the symbolism of white tulips is quite simple. If you choose to give someone a bouquet of white tulips, you must know that you have put your soul on the tray, because they show the purity of your feelings. It also indicates sincere regrets. If you feel that you have wronged someone who may not deserve it, an arrangement of white tulips will "tell" that person that your apology is honest. White tulip is a delicate and pure plant, so you can buy one bouquet of flowers for the important people in your life, to whom you want to express your sincere feelings.


Pink tulip


Shades of pink have always been considered cheerful and suitable for happy contexts, so tulips of this color are perfect to offer to friends or family members. The tulip is sensitive and helps you express your honest and gentle feelings. If you want to show the person next to you how important it is, but you still don't have deep feelings of love, you can easily give him a bouquet of pink tulips.





Yellow tulip

The yellow tulip has changed its symbolism over time, so that from unshared love, it has come to celebrate a beautiful smile. It may seem a little strange, but people tend to give bouquets of yellow tulips to the happy and positive people in their lives. In the past, people used yellow tulips to end a relationship, wanting to show through them that feelings had begun to fade.




Red tulip


Red flowers have always been the easiest way to express your feelings of love for another person, so red tulips are usually used in complex bouquets, along with other flowers or in bouquets of roses. Red is passionate and intense, so it's perfect for special occasions as well valentine's day or various anniversaries of the couple.




3. What tulips do you offer depending on the event? 


Flowers have always been offered as a gift, depending on the context or the holiday. You must know, however, that they must be given according to the symbolism of each one, in order not to give the wrong impression. If you really like tulips and you really want to use these flowers for various events, always keep in mind their color.


  • Funeral

If you are in a sad context, it is necessary to choose carefully the flowers offered, so that you do not seem without empathy. For this frame, the most suitable are black or yellow tulips. You can choose according to the relationship you had with the deceased. If there was someone in the family or she was very close to you, yellow tulip is recommended. Otherwise, the black one is more suitable.


  • Relationship anniversaries

For such moments, any flower can be suitable, but it depends on how strong your feelings are. If the relationship is at the beginning of the road, the white or the pink tulip is the most suitable. Also, if you celebrate a larger number of years together, white tulips can symbolize the transformation of your feelings towards your loved one. This can be a maturation of your and your relationship, so an arrangement of white tulips is perfect for these occasions. If you feel that the person next to you is your half, you can show them this through a bouquet of red tulips, which shows your sincere and strong feelings.



  • Birthdays

The birthday is a good time to do it cadou a beautiful bouquet of flowers to show your celebration your admiration. If the person is close enough to you, you can give a bouquet of pink tulips, which symbolizes sincere feelings of friendship and respect. Instead, if it is an event you attend out of complacency, you can opt for a bouquet of blue tulips.


  • Business meetings

If you are in a position to attend a business meeting or you need to give a gift to your boss, you need to prepare a business arrangement. On our website you will find a wide range of bouquets or birthday boxes, which help you always make the right decision. Choose white tulips, along with other special flowers, such as orchids or hydrangeas. You can also opt for a complex arrangement, which contains candies or bottles with fine drinks.


Therefore, tulips are the perfect flowers through which to express strong feelings of admiration, love, respect or even regret. It is important to always choose the right type of tulip, depending on the context or event. Also, consider the relationship you have with the person who is going to receive the bouquet.


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