Mother's Day Tulips Delivery
A Mother's Day tulip bouquet is a great way to show mom how much you appreciate all she's done for you, even if you can't be there to say so in person this year. These vibrant and colorful seasonal flowers are perfect in bouquets by themselves, or pair them with an arrangement of Mother's Day carnations. At Proflowers, we make it easy to have our selection of online Mother's Day tulips delivered straight to your mom's door!
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Mother’s Day Tulips FAQs
Can I Have Tulips Delivered on Mother's Day?
Tulips have traditionally been used to signify unconditional love, joy, and rebirth, making them a versatile option for uplifting, happy events and holidays when you want to show appreciation. While they weren't always associated with mothers or motherhood specifically, their elegant, graceful designs coupled with their arrival at the beginning of spring have made them popular Mother's Day flowers. Having Mother's Day tulips delivered can mean a number of things, from love and admiration for a spouse to a recognition of the nurturing and selfless quality of motherhood.
What Color Tulips for Mother's Day?
When it comes to memorable Mother’s Day gifts, having an arrangement of brightly colored tulips delivered is sure to bring a smile to your loved one's face. Did you know that tulips come in a variety of pretty springtime colors, and each hue conveys a unique sentiment? This means you can choose different colors or color combinations to send the right message to each of the important women in your life on Mother's Day!
Pink tulips are often thought to represent the joys of motherhood, making them perfect for a bouquet for a new or soon-to-be mother.
Red tulips are frequently used as a romance flower or alternative to Mother’s Day roses. Give them to your wife or significant other to express love and passion. (A bouquet of both red and white flowers on Mother's Day can instead show respect, making red tulips a perfect flower for a mother or grandmother when paired with white lilies!)
Yellow tulips represent the joy and renewal of spring. These make for great Mother's Day centerpieces for mom from the whole family. Or try adding a few yellow tulips to a multi-colored bouquet to give it a warm, sunny feel.
Purple tulips are often considered regal, representing royalty and admiration. This meaning combined with their stunning, deep violet hues make them well-suited for a variety of Mother's Day tulip bouquets. Try having a bouquet of purple tulips delivered as a Mother's Day gift for a mother-in-law, or incorporate a few to add a unique twist to a bouquet for a wife or significant other.
At Proflowers, you will find everything you need to show mom she is #1 in your life. Besides tulip bouquets in all shades, you can send potted plants, gift baskets, and gourmet Mother’s Day chocolate.
Are Tulips Good for Mother’s Day?
Absolutely, and they are undoubtedly one of our top selling floral arrangements. Tulips are bursting with charm and grace, but they aren’t the only gift option for mom. Many cultures celebrate the wonders of motherhood with lilies, which are stunning additions to a mixed floral bouquet. Delivery of Mother’s Day lilies is a breeze with Proflowers. Like our tulips, roses, and Mother’s Day plants, each gift item is carefully packaged and shipped out by local florists.
How to Care for Mother's Day Tulips?
Fresh tulips don't require a lot of complicated care, and they can last a week or more after they're cut. When you get your flowers, be sure to first cut the stems to fit the height of whatever vase you plan to use. (Tip: Cutting the stems at a 45-degree angle helps them absorb water more efficiently.)
Once you've added them to the vase, make sure to change the water every 2 days to keep them fresh. You can even add a little plant food to the vase each time you freshen up the water.
Interesting Facts about Mother’s Day Tulips
Some fun facts to inspire your appreciation for the beautiful tulip.
The name “tulip” can be traced back to a Persian word that means turban
Tulips are wildflowers that originated in Central Asia
They were later cultivated in what is now Turkey
There are more than 3,000 registered varieties of tulips
Tulips were imported into Holland in the early 16th century, which is the world’s largest exporter at more than 12.5 billion tulips every year
Speculative frenzy over the value of Dutch tulips in 1634–37 is known as Tulip Mania
Tulips are grown from bulbs that must be planted in the summer to blossom in the spring
Tulips are perfectly symmetrical, and the bell-shaped flowers have three petals, sepals, and a stem.
Tulips have inspired great works of art by the likes of Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh
The petals of the tulip taste faintly of onion and are edible
Trust Proflowers for Mother’s Day Tulips Delivery
Whether you're looking for the perfect way to brighten up your mom's day or you just want to add a colorful touch to a gift you've already chosen, Mother's Day tulips are sure to delight. Looking for something for your wife or mother to enjoy while her flowers brighten up the room? Try a spa gift basket or one of our delectable Mother's day food gifts, featuring savory snacks, cookies, and chocolates. We even offer many flowers and gifts with Mother’s Day same day delivery, just in time for your celebration!
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