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Posted by Chuck Boyd on February 4, 2015 | Last Updated: January 13, 2020 Valentine's Day

This Valentine’s Day Give Something Different than Roses

Valentine's Day Florist DelawareIt is February, and that means Valentine’s Day is less than 2 weeks away. If you want to give that special loved one a gift of flowers, you need to start thinking about the type of flowers you want to give. Most people give the obvious – those deep, velvety crimson roses. Here at Boyd’s Flowers, we want you to know that we have a wide selection of beautiful flowers, including unusual varieties in pastel colors, for you to choose from. Those colors are sure to make you think about spring, even if Wilmington is cold and wet.

As always, our floral designers come up with some spectacular designs, hoping to appeal to all tastes and budgets. We guarantee that these lush arrangements combining a various flower types and colors, will help your recipient forget about wintry weather – even if only briefly.

Think Spring

Help someone you love chase those winter blues away with the spectacular pastel-colored “Jolie” arrangement. For this delicate bouquet, we’ve gathered lavender, purple, pale pink flowers and packed a clear glass vase full of the best flowers we have. Arrangements include fragrant stock, roses, and other high-end flowers like hydrangeas. This delightfully springlike lush floral arrangement is as suited to an office environment as it is in the home. Put a smile on someone’s face with an unexpected surprise.

Tell Someone They’re the Best

Send a message to someone to let him or her know you think he or she is the best. With our “You’re The Best” arrangement, we help you say what you mean without any words. We choose an assortment of beautiful flowers in the brightest colors there are. Expect to see Alstromeria, purple lisianthus, carnations, Gerbera daisies, daisies, miniature roses and much more in this show-stopping colorful bouquet that will warm the heart of your special recipient.

Go for the Unusual

Instead of the familiar gift of flowers, go beyond that. We put together a basket of Fruit and a Plant that anyone will enjoy. The blooming plant lasts long after Valentine’s Day and makes a fantastic addition to anyone’s house plant collection – if he or she has one. If not, maybe this plant will inspire them to grow houseplants. The fruit is certainly a healthier alternative to chocolate or candies.

Instead of sticking to the stereotypical Valentine’s Day gifts of roses, especially velvety red ones, and chocolate, look at other kinds of flowers, and find some inspiration from our suggestions.