A Refreshing Way to Start Spring

Springtime is officially here, and if you are like most people coming out of the long winter, then you are craving a springtime refresh in your life. At Zeidler’s Flowers, our professional florists can help you top off a spring cleaning of your home, reorganization of your office or simply help you incorporate a little more of the season’s renewal with fresh, fragrant, and cheerful springtime flowers and potted plants.

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Capture The Scent Of Spring In Your Space

The snow-white beauty of winter can only hold our interest for so long before we begin to yearn for the colorful, blooming, and fertile beauty of springtime flowers. The delicate scent of hyacinth flowers are a sure sign that spring has arrived, and your spring will look lovely with a vase of spring flowers from Zeidler’s Flowers.

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Daffodils Bring Spring Back

When winter finally recedes, one of the most potent, iconic and cheerful symbols of spring is the daffodil. With its bright golden petals and distinctive shape, this flower can instantly lift the spirits and light up a room. The Fresh Cut Daffodils bouquet from Zeidler’s Flowers brings this radiant energy to anyone fortunate enough to receive them.

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Celebration of Colorful Spring Flowers

Colorful Spring Flowers

Spring is in full swing, and color is everywhere – from nature to fashion, the drab days of winter are a distant memory! Zeidler’s Flowers has an entire collection of colorful spring flowers which beautifully celebrate the season. As we head into the second half of spring and anticipate summer, we are confident that these flowers will brighten your life, and bring joy to anyone lucky enough to receive a spring arrangement or bouquet for a special occasion. In spring, it’s all about color – the more vivid the better!  Continue reading

Designing Spring Florals

spring floralsWhen surrounded by cold weather and snow, it is hard to think about spring – but it is just around the corner! In fact, we can take a cue from the crocus, one of the first blooms of springtime. This brave and tenacious little flower refuses to wait until it is officially spring, in fact it will often push itself up through the snow, eager to get the season going! Therefore, now is a great time to fill your home with the bright colors of spring flowers – even if the weather outside might not seem like it is cooperating.

Early Arrivals: In addition to the crocus, two other bulb flowers – the daffodil and the tulip – also do their best to usher in the springtime as early as possible!  Continue reading

FREE Daffodils on Thursday, March 27th

Yes, FREE Daffodils.  No strings attached…just pretty yellow daffodils for Spring!  We want to let our customers know we appreciate them, so we’re giving away “bunches” of daffodils.  All day tomorrow, Thursday, March 27th, at all 3 Zeidler’s Flowers locations.  You will find us at 401 S Green River Road, and 2011 N Fulton Avenue in Evansville, and 8666 Ruffian Lane in Newburgh.  It’s first come, first serve on the FREE Daffodils,  while supplies last, also one per customer please.  Stop by and then enjoy these bright yellow daffodil blooms for days ahead.  They’re a sure sign of Spring, and Spring has been a long time coming this year.  Choose from lots of other fresh new bouquets for Spring 2014 by visiting www.zeidlers.comClick here for the Spring category.

One Day Only

One Day Only

The words Daffodils and Wordsworth go hand in hand, as Wordsworth’s most famous poem about Daffodils was composed in 1804.  This was two years after he saw the beautiful flowers while walking by Ullswater on a stormy day with Dorothy, his Sister.

Daffodils

I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.
The waves beside them danced; but they Out-did the sparkling waves in glee: A poet could not but be gay, In such a jocund company: I gazed–and gazed–but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought:
For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude; And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils.