Winter is not typically known as a prime blooming period for flowers. Yet there are a striking variety of beautiful and unique blossoms that add to the season's scenery. Though the climate is far from ideal, the holiday atmosphere is the perfect backdrop for the stunning floral decor that emerges in the months of December, January, and February. From the exotic anthurium to the lush eucharis there are so many wondrous flowers to choose from.
Though they commonly bloom in shades of bright purple with black centers, they may also be found in a variety of bright and pale colors. They are commonly referred to as the Wind Flower and are quite delicate.
Also known as the Sea Holly, they are uniquely formed and striking. Their blue and purple shade is so appealing it may be deemed surreal.
Pink petals with red centers are a common trait of these flowers, also known as the Moth Orchid. They are extremely popular for wedding arrangements.
These large blossoms can grow two to a stem. They may be found in a luscious light pink color and are perfectly complimented by a hot pink center.
Also known as Spurge, these elegant stems evoke passion and romance. They are scarlet red, uniquely shaped, and grow several to a stem.
Though they do not typically associated with a colder season, these immense flowers are bold and striking. They are also known as Helianthus and can be found in more rustic colors besides yellow.
Also known as the Glory Lily and the National Flower of Zimbabwe. These brightly colored yellow flowers are eye catching and full of life. Though they may be associated with the summer months, yellow is a striking addition to the reds and greens that are commonly utilized during this part of the year.
Commonly referred to as the Christmas Rose, these green stems are largely used as filler flowers. The subtle green stems perfectly compliment whatever arrangement they are placed into. They are sure to liven up festive holiday setups as well.
These glorious and popular shrubs may be found in pink and purple. They are magnificently scented and have proven to be a popular gift. Though their tone evokes a sense of spring, there beauty can easily be a welcomed portion of winter.
When it comes to rich winter flowers, there are a number of other alternatives as well. Lisianthus, godetia, aranthera, Carnations, ammi, banksia, hellonia, and phlox are just some of the decorative variations that may be found. With the holiday spirit in full swing these delicate stems with no doubt add flavor and warmth to the exciting season.