Spring Flowers

Looking forward to spring!

 

Nemesia

Nemesia: Look for fragrant flowers in a rainbow of colors... a must-have annual for window boxes and containers. Nemesia prefers cooler weather, so you can enjoy its flowers in the early spring or fall when heat-lovers are not in bloom yet.

 

pink tulips 

Spring flowering bulbs: For indoor blooms, the most common flowering bulbs are tulips, crocus, hyacinths, grape hyacinth and mini-daffodils. Nothing says 'spring is coming' more than seeing these flowers at Pasquesi's. Pot them up in casual containers such as terra cotta, vintage tin pots or wood crates for a country casual look. Or, elevate their status to glass, ceramic or pedestal urns. Mix them up or enjoy a single color... flowering bulbs look good in anything!

 

ranunculus

Ranunculus (Persian buttercup): The voluptuous blossoms are loved for their multiple layers of delicate, crepe paper-thin petals that look like a fragile rose or peony flower. This elegant flower is often included in wedding bouquets, used as a long-lasting, cut flower in vases and cherished in the first outdoor containers in spring.

 

pansy

Pansies: Pansies are usually the first and favorite flowers for our outdoor containers in spring! Blossoms give a cheerful appearance with friendly 'faces' that bloom in many colors and bi-colors including: yellow, orange, magenta, wine, purple, violet, white and our ever-popular 'blue' pansies. They are long-lasting plants but blossom most profusely when the temperatures stay in the cooler 'spring' range.