Are you on the hunt for a stylish, on-trend wedding flower to set the tone for your big day? Want a lovely and versatile flower option for a birthday party or other special event? In either case, anemone flowers are the perfect solution. At Blooms by the Box, we offer a wide range of wholesale bulk anemone flowers for the DIY bride or event planner. By buying your anemone flowers in bulk rather than through a florist, you’ll save hundreds or even thousands of dollars while being able to put your own unique spin on the event décor. Blooms by the Box has anemone flowers available in a variety of colors, including blue, burgundy, hot pink, pink, red and white. If you can’t decide on one single color, not to worry! We offer assorted winter anemones in a mix of colors to suit any occasion.
There are a number of reasons you might have noticed anemone flowers popping up all over wedding magazines and Pinterest pages lately. First, they are delicate and beautiful, and have a distinctive dark center that makes them stand out. Second, they come in a variety of bold, saturated colors that are popular for today’s biggest events. Finally, they pair equally well with classic options like roses as they do with rustic choices like wildflowers. If you want to incorporate lots of color and charm at an affordable price, choose wholesale anemones from Blooms by the Box.
How to Care for Anemone Flowers
Your anemones will arrive closed, but don’t fret. Cut the stems at a diagonal angle under water then put them in a vase of lukewarm water. Use a tall vase to support the stems. Prepare flower preservative as instructed on the packet. Remove all leaves that would fall below the waterline to avoid foul-smelling and cloudy water. Change the water every one or two days. Visit our care page for more information.
Anemone Flower Meaning
Also known as the windflower, the anemone is considered a symbol of protection against evil. They indicate the anticipation of something, can portend the coming death of a loved one and are a symbol of forsaken love. It was said that when the Greek goddess Aphrodite wept over the grave of her dead lover, Adonis, anemone flowers grew where her tears hit the soil. Red and purple/blue anemone hues are associated with anticipation and protection.
Types of Anemone Flowers
There are more than 120 species of anemone flowers. Anemones are perennials with poppy-like blooms that flutter in the breeze and can grow anywhere from 6 inches to 6 feet tall, depending on the varietal. These blooms are only available for select months of the year, making them highly desirable while they are in bloom.