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Send Flowers That Smell Great

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Send flowers that smell great

When you send gifts, they say that it's the thought that counts. When it comes to flowers, many people will agree that it's the smell that counts! Our sense of smell is the most powerful of all. A particular scent can trigger memories and emotions from years ago and this is why it's so important to pay attention to scents when you send fresh flowers.

Hyacinths are known for their strong sweet smell. Not only can they be added to bouquets, but they can also be sent as potted plants. If you want to make a real impression, this is the flower to send!

If you prefer a fruity smell, then you'll love freesias. Apart from the appealing scent, they are also available in several colours which means that you shouldn't struggle to find a freesia to suit the colour scheme of your bouquet as well as the occasion.

Peonies have a fairly short bloom season but, when they are available, it's time to make the most of their sweet perfume. Not to mention the fact that these gorgeous blooms have away of stealing the show! So, make sure that they are the focal flowers of the arrangement or, better yet, order a bouquet of peonies all on their own.

Various types of lilies are also known for their sweet scents and they are suitable for use in various bouquets. They can even be displayed all on their own if preferred. Lilies come in several colours and their sweet smell is perfect for making any room in your home that much more welcoming.

Remember, even if you don't always have fresh flowers in your home, you can rely on essential oils to keep your home smelling lovely in between fresh flower deliveries.

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