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Flower Scents to Improve Your Mood

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Flower scents to improve your mood

Studies have proven that a fresh flower delivery has an instant impact on our mood. As soon as the flowers arrive, our mood is boosted and this continues for as long as the bouquet lasts. While many people think that this is largely due to the visual effect of he flowers, there is also another factor to consider - scent. Floral scents can also have a significant impact on the way we feel and some are more effective than others.

Lilies are known for having some of the strongest scents of all. The perfume of a bunch of lilies can easily fill the room. In fact, you will probably smell them before you even see them! They are available in several varieties and colours which means that it's so much easier to find the perfect lily bouquet for your needs. If you are looking for a particularly sweet smelling lily, make sure that you ask your florist to let you know what they have in stock. Of all their options, they should be able to tell you which ones offer the strongest fragrance.

There's no mistaking the scent of roses. These gorgeous flowers are always enjoyed by any recipient since they are easy to identify and avaialble in a wide variety of colours. Some roses have strong scents while others have hardly any scent at all. If the aspect of aroma is particularly important to you, it's best to make sure that your florist supplies the sweet scented variety.

Lavender is another unmistakable scent and these flowers can be gathered together in a dense bunch and added to any room. Alternatively, you could put together a purple bouquet and had plenty of lavender in between. This way, you get to enjoy the sight of various beautiful blooms along with the smell of fresh lavender in your home. A scent that is particularly soothing and comforting.

While many types of orchids do not have any scent, there are a few that smell terrific! Cut orchids can be added to various types of flower arrangements but, if you want them to last even longer, it might be best to invest in a potted orchid instead.

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