As the weather warms up, Mother Nature gets busy with countless colorful blooms popping up everywhere and thriving under the bright summer sun. Some of the season’s most popular flowers such as roses and dahlias are lush, vibrant, and striking blossoms that herald the presence of summer. Other somewhat “less popular” summer blooms, such as wildflowers, are equally deserving of attention for their beauty and charm. The floral experts here at Kitty’s Flowers, Salisbury’s top florist, are pleased to fill you in on some of our favorite summer flowers to make your summer days even brighter.
Summer’s Most Popular Flowers
A summer flower loved for its sweet scent and elegant blossom. Coming in colors such as pink, purple, yellow, and orange, by far the most popular Calla lily color is white which symbolizes good luck and wedded bliss. A handful of just white calla lilies makes for a stunning wedding bouquet.
Dahlias are breathtaking blooms that grow in a rich variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. Injecting drama wherever they are placed, these sun-loving flowers always steal the show.
Simple yet full of joy, daisies always manage to brighten and cheer up any room. Blooming throughout June and July, daisies grow in a variety of colors and styles. The Shasta Daisy, however, with its white petals and yellow center is perhaps the most recognizable flower in the world.
With magnificent, tall spikes filled with colorful blooms, delphiniums are loved by gardeners and florists alike. You’ll find these sumptuous, lush blooms in a variety of summer arrangements. We think they look amazing on their own as well.
An extravagant bloom that is lush, large, and loaded with romantic symbolism, peonies are a favorite flower in June weddings. Peonies are popular as cut flowers and add grace, elegance, and luxury to any setting.
Unrivaled in popularity, roses thrive in the summer sun. With numerous different types and cultivars that grow in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes, the rose is beloved across all cultures. Generally associated with love and romance, each different-colored rose is imbued with its own rich symbolism and meaning.
Vibrant, bright, and always cheerful, sunflowers are a great symbol of summer, good luck, and vitality. A vase of sunflowers can instantly perk up any room.
More Summer Blooms to Fall in Love With
These daisy-like flowers have brightly colored petals of red, blue, pink, purple, and lavender that surround a central disc that is typically yellow. The name “Aster” is of Greek origin and refers to this striking bloom’s star-like appearance.
A charming and frilly round wildflower, the cornflower is lightly fragrant and grows in shades of white, pink, red, deep blue, and purple. The rich blue variety is the most popular but any color makes a great addition to floral bouquets.
Delicate, soft, and ethereal, cosmos flowers add a sense of movement and a bright pop of color to any arrangement. This wildflower comes in a variety of bright colors and loves the sun.
Wonderfully fragrant and with delicate purple flowers, lavender flowers exude an English cottage garden-like charm. They not only smell wonderful but bring peace and serenity to their surroundings as well.
Frilly, delicate, and a great stand-in for a rose, lisianthus blooms are gorgeous summer flowers that come in blue, pink, purple, and white.
Charming and eye-catching, these small flowers are cheery and pretty with five radiating petals that have a waxy texture. Popular in wedding bouquets, waxflowers are a delightful addition to any arrangement.
For a wonderful explosion of color, gather up some zinnias to put in a vase. A summer-loving floral, zinnias grow quickly and in nearly every color imaginable.
Summer flowers are colorful, cheerful, and vibrant and have the ability to brighten your home and your mood. Celebrate summer by filling your space with stunning summer botanicals. To discover more beautiful summer flowers, visit us in person or check out our catalog of seasonal flowers here.