Blue Flowers & Blue Flower Arrangements
From vibrant and contrasting, to subtle accents, blue flowers make an impression. Find the blue flower bouquet that expresses what you want to say from our blue flower collection.
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Blue Flowers FAQs
What does sending blue flowers mean?
Blue is a somewhat unique color among the botanical world. A color that is associated with peace, calm, and tranquility, blue can also inspire hope, serenity, and trust. A flower delivery of baby blue blooms can take on a host of different meanings depending on the recipient and the occasion. While crimson flowers are often linked to romantic love and passion, blue flowers are a bit more versatile.
A blue flower bouquet may be appropriate for cheering up a loved one who is going through tough times, or congratulating a friend on their recent promotion. Although white is the traditional color of sympathy flowers, blue has a soothing effect, and is becoming a popular choice for expressing one’s condolences.
What shades of blue flowers can be delivered?
Proflowers has different types of blue flowers and fresh bouquets that are perfect for banishing the blues. From sky blue hydrangea to deep cobalt orchids, you can count on us for quick flower delivery across America. Elegant, long-stemmed blue iris make a thoughtful gift for anyone on your list. In Greek, iris means "rainbow" and the plant’s name probably reflects the fact that irises are grown in many colors, producing blue flowers, as well as purple flowers, white flowers, yellow flowers, and pink flowers, among other colors.
The elegant iris is the birthday flower of February. If you’re going to send someone birthday flowers, you should know that blue iris represent faith and hope, purple iris denote wisdom and compliments, yellow iris stand for passion, and white iris symbolize purity.
If you want a rose delivery that is sure to impress, consider choosing a bouquet with blue and sapphire-tinged petals. Achieved through genetic modification, blue roses convey an air of mystery since they do not grow naturally in the wild.
What are common types of blue flowers?
In nature, the following species are known to produce blue flowers in varying shades:
Featuring hues of pale lavender to deep indigo, blue flowers are an exciting way to revamp your traditional bouquet. Whether you’re welcoming a new baby, or celebrating your 25th anniversary, you can count on Proflowers for first-class selection and customer support. Be sure to check out our same day flower delivery options for mixed floral bouquets featuring bold blue blooms.
Send Fresh Blue Flowers with Proflowers
Nothing says “have a great day!” like sending a bouquet of fresh flowers. But if you really want to gift outside the box, consider one of nature’s more stunning hues: blue! There are many blue wildflowers and also several cultivated plants with blue flowers that make wonderful gifts. Who wouldn’t love a bouquet of blue iris with lovely gold or cream streaks on their petals? Iris are long-stemmed, graceful, and perfect for a tall glass vase. For a less formal gift, look for flowering blue hyacinth bulbs in a pretty potted garden or rustic basket. When you send blue flower bouquets from Proflowers, you’ll know that they will arrive fresh from the fields and ready to bloom. After receiving a blue flowers delivery, the recipient will know they hold a special place in your heart.
Blue Flowers for Delivery Nationwide
Delight a special someone with a gift of exotic blue flowers delivered fresh from the fields across the U.S. Send flowers in blue or any color today with Proflowers.