Category Archives: St. Patrick’s Day Flowers

Send a Little Luck This St Patrick’s Day With a Lucky Flower Arrangement!

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. Most people know that four leaf clovers are lucky flowers. However, this is not the only lucky flower. Though you might not stumble on a lucky flower as you go about your normal activities, you can brighten the day of your loved ones, friends or co-workers with a St. Patrick’s Day bouquet on March 17. This lovely bouquet will lift the recipient’s spirit and possibly bring about a stroke of good luck in the form of a new friendship, a romantic relationship, money or other discoveries.

Good Luck Flowers: Carnations

St Patrick's Day Carnations from Brant Florist

One of our most popular St. Patrick’s Day bouquets contains carnations. This flower’s history dates back over 2,000 years. Carnations are rich with mythology, symbolism and folklore. There is no doubt that carnations are some of the most beautiful flowers on the planet. However, few know that they are also associated with good luck and pure love. The ancient Romans and Greeks used carnations in garlands and ceremonial crowns. Today, the carnation serves as a gorgeous decoration and is widely thought of as one of the luckiest flowers around.

Morning Glories

This lovely flower is said to bring about happiness, peace and good luck. Place a morning glory beneath your pillow and you just might enjoy a refreshing night of sleep that is void of nightmares. Morning glories feature a bell-shaped bloom which is partially responsible for their reputation for brightening one’s day. Native Americans once used the flower’s leaves to make tea to alleviate indigestion and headaches.

Sunflower

The sun flower follows the sun and is said to provide positive energy to those in its vicinity. This lucky flower makes a living space feel considerably brighter and safer. Go ahead and eat the flower’s seeds and you just might enjoy a string of good luck. Some say sleeping with sunflower seeds below one’s pillow inspires honesty amongst friends, family, co-workers and others.

Peace Lily

Peace lilies are said to reduce stress, generate soothing feelings, improve sleep and generally improve the lives of those who care for them. This flower is also a sign of good will. It features uniquely spiked leaves that exudes positive energy into a living or working space.

St. Patrick’s Day Good Luck Flowers From Brant Florist

Shamrock Flower Bouquet By Brant Florist

Get your special someone a Shamrock in a Vase for St. Patrick’s Day and it will prove to be an unforgettable holiday. This vase shows off the green mums and hydrangea in all their natural glory. It is the perfect touch of Irish for anyone who deserves a stroke of good luck.

Our Green Carnations are sure to bring good fortune to your significant other, friend, family member or other acquaintance. These stunning flowers come in a beautiful vase along with greens and a bow for the ultimate visual presentation.

Perhaps our Top of the Morning in Vase would suit that special someone in your life. Filled with white and green blooms, this flower collection is certain to put a smile on the face of whoever you select as the recipient.

Order St. Patrick’s Day Flowers From Brant Florist Today

St Patrick's Day Daisies by Brant Florist

Pick out a stunning lucky flower bouquet for your loved one or friend and we will assemble it by hand with the freshest flowers. Our talented florists take the extra step of personalizing the bouquet’s message to suit the recipient’s unique personality. If anything good happens to the recipient, you will surely receive the credit!

Contact Brant Florist at info@brantflorist.com or 877-545-5535 to order some lucky St. Patrick’s Day flowers today.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

The most common plant associated with St. Patrick’s Day is the four leaf clover. There is a different meaning for every leaf of the four leaf clover: the first leaf is for faith, the second for hope, the third for love and the fourth for luck. The legend says that your luck increases if you accidentally find the four leaf clover. Spring is coming… we hope ūüôā so get out there & start looking! I mean “accidentally”, of course!

Four-leaf clover

Four-leaf clover

When writing this blog I was certain that I found the perfect flower/plant to talk about when it comes to St. Patty’s Day. It’s called the Bells of Ireland.

Lucky Day

Lucky Day

But after looking into it, they don’t even come from Ireland; they originate in Turkey or Syria! When it comes to the meanings of flowers they do represent luck though. The Bells of Ireland are a tall green flower that looks like it has little green bells that run the length of it with little tiny white flowers-and prickers, so be careful! This flower is a beautiful addition to any floral arrangement. And it also has a clean fresh scent to it.

Top of the Morning in Vase

Top of the Morning in Vase

Lastly, there is the shamrock plant. This plant has green triangular leaves with little tiny white flowers. It is a fairly easy plant to grow. It likes moist soil, cool air and bright light. The Shamrock also goes through a dormant period in which it’ll “sleep” for about 3 months. I think we could all use a “dormant” period every now and then. Once green shoots start coming up that means it’s time to wake up and enjoy the sunshine!

Here’s an Irish Cheer to get you excited for March 17th! Happy St Patrick’s Day!

May you have all the happiness and luck that life can hold,
And at the end of all your rainbows, may you find a pot of gold!

Green Shamrocks and Flowers for St. Patrick’s Day

For each petal on the shamrock, this brings a wish your way…
good health, good luck and happiness for today and every day – Author Unknown

Photo of White Tulips Vased

White Tulips Vased

Leaping leprechauns, St. Patrick’s Day falls on Saturday, March 17th! Will you wear green or perhaps prepare a traditional feast of corned beef and cabbage? Maybe you’ll join friends at a local eatery where bagpipes will be playing. Your children may even decide to star in their own St. Patrick’s Day parade at home! Have you ever thought about starting your own tradition of sending a St. Patrick’s Day bouquet to a dear friend?

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Sunny Sentiments

No matter how you plan to celebrate, you can count on the simple act of sending flowers as a sure fire way to make her/his Irish eyes smile! Flowers are an easy and heartfelt way to express well wishes for St. Patrick’s Day and the coming spring season. At Brant Florist, we’ve got our green thumbs ready to design a custom St. Patrick’s Day flower arrangement especially for you. Or you may choose flowers from one of our existing designs or even stop by the shop to pick-up a bouquet of white blooms to plunk in your favorite green vase at home.

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Go Green Orchids

If the idea of sending St. Patrick day flowers to a friend feels right or you fancy some lovely blooms for yourself, we have lots of St. Patrick‚Äôs Day favorites. Fresh mixed blooms welcome spring and St. Patrick‚Äôs Day like nothing else. White carnations are an appropriate choice for St. Patrick‚Äôs Day–they smell like cloves and are long lasting too! Tulips are a fabulous springtime favorite and daisies are ever so cheerful. Orchids or roses can make for an extra special St. Patrick‚Äôs Day arrangement too. Call or visit and let us help you spread some St. Patrick‚Äôs Day cheer.