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Our top selling flowers for Mother's Day

Mother's Day is a one of the most popular flower giving occasions, and there are several types of flowers that are particularly popular during this time.

Some of the best selling Mother's Day flowers in Australia include:

Roses

Close up of white and red rose

Roses are a timeless symbol of love and affection, and they come in a range of colours, from classic red to soft pink and creamy white. They are a popular choice for Mother's Day bouquets and arrangements

Lilies

Close up photo of pink oriental lilies

Lilies are elegant and fragrant flowers that come in a variety of colours, including white, pink, and yellow. They are often used in Mother's Day flower arrangements, particularly in combination with other flowers

Chrysanthemums

Close up of Yellow Chrysanthemum Flowers

Chrysanthemums are a popular choice for Mother's Day in Australia, particularly the pink and white varieties. They are a symbol of love and appreciation, and are often used in bouquets and arrangements

Tulips

Close up of yellow and orange tulip flowers

Tulips are a bright and cheerful flower that are particularly popular in the springtime. They come in a range of colours, from soft pastels to bright, bold hues, and are often used in Mother's Day bouquets.

Cyclamen

Close up of pink Cyclamen flowers for mothers day gift

While technically a plant, Cyclamen do exhibit wonderful flowers, generally in white or pink hues. They have the advantage of being longer lasting that a cut bunch, and can also re-bloom if given the right care.

    Of course, the popularity of specific flowers can vary from year to year, and there are many other types of flowers that are also popular for Mother's Day. So ultimately, the best Mother's Day flowers to give your mother are those that she will love and appreciate, regardless of their popularity. And if you're not sure, we're always at hand to help with expert advice!

    Kate x


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