Friday, April 19, 2013

Spring Bloom and Tulips

Flowers bring joy, love and happiness to people. The blooming and cheerful flowers are the most awaited natures beauty in spring season. The variety of colors, shape and fragrant in flowers add attraction and beauty to our surrounding. Among the popular flowers that bloom in spring are Tulips, Daffodil, Crocus, and dandelion. This spring i found more gorgeous flowers in our neighborhood and I can't help but to take a nice shot on it.

Tulips are early-blooming, cheerful flowers that come in a variety of colors. The tulip flower originated in Turkey and became a symbol for the Turkish empire. European gave the name "tulip," which is the Persian word for "turban." Tulip is also the national symbol of the Netherlands.

Tulip comes in a variety of colors that connote different meanings, all tulips are associated with perfect love, imagination, eternal life, and fame or showiness. The tulip's velvet-like dark center is said to represent a lover's heart, darkened by passion. Their wide array of bright colors is said to inspire the imagination. Because they are one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring, they are seen as "heralds of spring" and therefore represent rebirth. Their large petals symbolize showiness and fame.

Red Tulips represent perfect love and passion, as well as a declaration of love.


Yellow Tulips symbolism has changed with time. It represent hopeless, unrequited love, they are now associated with quite the opposite: cheer, hope, joyfulness and sunshine.


Variegated tulips have a unique and distinctive multi-colored pattern and signify beautiful eyes.

White tulips represent heaven, purity and worthiness. Purple tulips signify royalty. Cream colored tulips connote eternal love. Pink tulips are associated with happiness, confidence and affection. Orange tulips, too, mean happiness, as well as energy, desire, warmth and enthusiasm.
Read more: eHow.com - Article source - The Meaning of the Tulip Flower.


Blue Tiny Muscary flowers (Grape hyacinth flowers) - Fresh spring blue tiny muscary flowers with grass & morning dew. Looks like a violet berry flower that grow on green garden and grasses. Grape hyacinths are a group of plants in the genus Muscari of plants native to Eurasia that produce spikes of blue flowers resembling bunches of grapes.


Yoshino Flowering Cherry tree is another fabulous choice for mid April blooming tree. It has a stunning white blossoms and a rapid-growing vase-like deciduous broad leaf tree.

4 comments:

Bless May 7, 2013 at 12:38 PM  

I wanted to plant tulips this spring but can't decide where to put in little yard :-) Maybe next time I will.

~Ms. Joy mH~ May 7, 2013 at 4:10 PM  

I've always wanted to plant tulips and roses right in our front yard but wild rabbits are hoodlum and eat all the flowers I had two years ago. Since then, I never planted new ones.

The flowers you got there mommy is so pretty! I loved it!

Jerla Oh lalala May 7, 2013 at 4:54 PM  

oh boy those are lovely flowers, i personally love the yellow that has stripes red. I am going to miss the flower field this year again, they're going to close on the 12th of this month.

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Adin B May 7, 2013 at 9:17 PM  

Oh those are some beautiful colors mommy Shy. I still don't have any tulips in my garden, but I was thinking maybe this fall I want to start planting the bulbs so I can enjoy them during the spring.

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