Did you know, just like vegetables and meat, flowers have a ‘season’? When you buy flowers in season, they are grown and cut when they are naturally thriving, so they are at their strongest, biggest and most beautiful. Buying flowers when they are naturally in season also lessens the impact on the environment as they require less heating, cooling and feeding than artificially grown flowers. Certain flowers are in demand all year round but if you want to follow the natural rhythm of the seasons, consult our handy guide.

January Flowers

Brighten up your home during the darkest month of the year with some January booms including Hydrangea, Iris, Jasmine, Larkspur, Lavender, Violet, Water lily, Cherry Bush, Chrysanthemum, Cornflower, Cosmos, Crab apple, Dodder vine, Dahlia, Daisy, Delphinium, Peace lily, Pine, Protea, Pussy willow and the delicate Queen Anne’s Lace.

February Flowers

Celebrate the month of love by bringing some seasonal flowers into your home. Choose from Camellia, Billy buttons, Belladonna lily, Bird of Paradise, Bouvardia, Dahlia, Daisy, Delphinium, Easter daisy, Emilia, Golden pine, Laurel, Lotus pods, Lotus flower, Leather fern, Orchids, Oriental lily, Palm leaves, Peace lily, and more.

March Flowers

Welcome the arrival of Spring with some of the most colourful seasonal blooms this March. Try to keep it native with some Irish wildflowers to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. Marches blooms include African Violet, Alstroemeria, Camellia, Freesia, Ginger, Gerbera, Gladiolus, Hyacinths, Heliconia, Hydrangea, Iris, Jasmine, Orchids, Oriental lily, Privet berries, Tulips and Daffodils.

April Flowers

April is the ideal time to sow seeds and refresh your garden. The same could be said for your home. Celebrate a spring clean and enjoy some blooms in season such as Bird of Paradise, Bouvardia, Beehive ginger, Camellia, Dahlia, Daisy, Delphinium, Freesia, Gerbera, Gladiolus, Golden pine, Miniature rose, Nerine, Orchids, Oriental lily, Rosehip, Rose, and all types of tropical foliage.

May Flowers

Brighten up someone’s day this May by sending a bouquet of the freshest flowers in Dublin and nationwide. Our May Bouquets may include seasonal specials such as Bird of Paradise, Cattleya Orchids, Celosia, Cherry Bush, Chrysanthemum, Cosmos, Cymbidium orchid, Cosmos, Cymbidium orchid, Daffodil, Dahlia, Daisy, Gladiolus, Green goddess lily, Gymea leaves, Green goddess lily, Gymea leaves, Rose and so many more.

June Flowers

June is the beginning of wedding season and a really busy time for florists. We always try to include some native and seasonal blooms or foliage in our wedding displays making them unique and long- lasting. This might include Achillea, Bird of Paradise, Bouvardia, Chrysanthemum, Cornflower, Heliconia, Hyacinth, Iris, Jasmine, Mini gerbera, Misty blue, Rose, Rosehip, Statice, Sunflower, Snapdragon and the beautiful Sweet pea.

July Flowers

July is when many blooms really come into their own, thriving in the sunshine and making our commute to work a little brighter. Flowers in season in July include African Violet, Alstroemeria, Apple blossom, Blushing Bride, Bouvardia, Canterbury bells, Cyclamen, Cymbidium orchid, Love in the mist, Maidenhair fern, Mini gerbera, Peace lily, Pussy willow, Rhododendron, Sunflower, Smoke Bush, Violet, and other warm-weather blooms

August Flowers

Officially the beginning of Autumn, we’ll still find some fantastic sun-worshipping flowers in August especially if we’re enjoying an Indian Summer. Drink the last of the summer wine and fill your home with Arum lily, African Violet, Blushing Bride, Chrysanthemum, Cordifolium Cyclamen, Daffodil, Daisy, Delphinium, Forget-me-not, Freesia, Gardenia, Maidenhair fern, Miniature rose, Orchids, Oriental lily, Palm leaves, Poppy, Reflixum and the stunning Rhododendron.

September Flowers

September feels like a time to relax. After the madness of Summer with its long evenings and late nights, September is the beginning of hibernation for many. Keep your home beautiful by adding some Anemone, Daffodil, Daisy, Emilia, Forget-me-not, Freesia, Gerbera, Gladiolus, Peace lily, Pine, Poppy, Ranunculus, Sweet William, Tea tree, Sweet William, Tea tree and some gorgeous Yellow Bells.

October Flowers

Welcome Halloween and the change in colour that October brings with a stunning bouquet of seasonal blooms from Belles Fleurs. October blooms include African Violet, Allium, Calla lily, Dogwood, Hippeastrum, Helleborus, Hyacinth, Iris, Jasmine, Larkspur, Laurel, Lavender, Lilac, Lily of the valley, Peace lily, Peony rose, Phalaenopsis orchid, Queen Anne’s lace and luxurious Ranunculus.

November Flowers

In the lead up to Christmas, it’s important to keep spirits high and prepare your home for visitors. After your Christmas clean, fill your home with seasonal flowers including Alstroemeria, Asiatic Lily, Bromeliad, Bouvardia, Chrysanthemum, Dogwood, Dahlia, Larkspur, Laurel, Lavender, Orchids, Oriental lily, Peony rose, Phalaenopsis orchid, Rose, Silvan red, Singapore orchid, Statice, Sunflower, Snapdragon and Tulip.

December Flowers

Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with flowers. Belles Fleurs offer a nationwide delivery service from the comfort of your home so you can focus on Christmas Shopping. Our festive bouquets may include Canterbury bells, Christmas Bells, Christmas bush, Crab apple, Frangipani, Gerbera, Gloriosa lily, Heliconia, Orchids, Oriental lily, and other festive favourites like Holly & Poinsettia.

At Belles Fleurs, we use the most modern methods and our expert florist skills to deliver the freshest, most long-lasting bouquets in Dublin and surrounding areas. Our florist shop in Blanchardstown offers same-day delivery in selected Dublin areas including Castleknock and next day delivery nationwide. Our click and collect service is a fast & easy way to order flowers online for pick up in our Blanchardstown florist shop.