When you think of Ireland ( or even just Dublin), the first thing that comes to mind is most likely a St. Patricks day. And the second thing that comes to mind is a flower called Shamrock, a three-leaved flower that resembles a clover, and this flower Shamrock is an unofficial symbol of Ireland.
Native Flowers of Ireland
Even though Ireland is not typically known for flowers, there are still some extremely beautiful flowers that are native to Ireland: Bog-rosemary, Shell Flower, Amaryllis, Easter Lilies, Lilies, Roses, Chrysanthemums and Wild Flowers, Campanula rotundifolia, Cicuta Virosa, Ulex europaeus, Saxifraga oppositifolia, Spring Squill, Globeflower, and Flower, Easter Lilies. Even though they are not native to Ireland, flowers such as lilies, roses, sunflowers, daisies, daffodils, and orchids are very much liked by Irish people in general, and are very well accepted in Ireland.
Colors coming to life
Summer is coming and nature is awakening again, which means wildlife is blooming with vibrant colors. Even though the sunshine is not Ireland’s best friend, we are here to make it easier for you to get to that colorful flowers that aren’t easy to grow on your own. And what does say “summer” better than strong, right-in-your-face colors. It is colors like these that breathe life and energy into an otherwise dim, stale atmosphere room. If you are not a fan of those colors, maybe some softer shades will be more suiting to your preference and character, and if that is true, worry not, we have a solution for you as well. Maybe you are a fan of bouquets made from one type of flower with emphasis on the arrangement, or maybe you prefer to mix it up and let the colors speak for you. Our customers are often overwhelmed during spring and summer time, since there are so many flowers and colors to choose from, and we are here to provide you with the assistance you need to make a correct choice. Take your time when making the decision, and don’t forget that we are here for you should you need any assistance!