Hot flower trends to try out this year


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Predictions are notoriously difficult. If it were easy to see the future, life wouldn’t be much fun, would it? That said, there are many reputable organizations out there conducting research to help everyone get a peek into what might be coming down the pike. And reading the tea leaves from some of these groups can help illuminate what might be big in the flower world in 2023.


Here’s a sneak peek at the floral trends you should be on the lookout for this year.


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Flower Trends To Look Forward To in 2023

1. Saving the Planet

With the world continuing to focus on global warming and the concern about its impacts on the environment and the long-term health of the planet, it’s a good bet that climate-friendly plants will only increase in popularity in 2023. So what is a climate-friendly plant? Well, NASA actually did a study to identify which plants were most effective at removing pollutants from the air (yes, the space agency NASA; they were trying to determine which plants would be the best for detoxifying the air in space stations).


The long and short of it is that some houseplants, from spider plants to Boston ferns to bamboo palms, do a particularly effective job absorbing airborne pollutants and then detoxifying them. Other plants, like bird’s nest ferns, snake plants, and many succulents, do a great job absorbing carbon dioxide, another way of purifying the air. If you’re looking to get in on this trend and, more importantly, to improve the air quality in your living space, The Claude might be a winning choice.

2. Color Coordinated

Color trends are another important factor to keep an eye on in terms of which flower types and design styles will be popular in 2023. Both the Color Marketing Group and the Pantone Color Institute have released their forecasts for the colors most likely to make a big splash in the coming year. The two groups both identified earthy greens and shades of orange as colors expected to trend. Both also pointed to bold colors — an almost neon blue and a vibrant magenta — as other looks poised to be prominent in 2023.


What does this mean for flowers? Look for some bright and carefree combinations to be in style. If you’re looking to get a headstart on the trend, check out The Firecracker for inspiration. This lively, energetic combination of orange roses and blue thistle will make you the trendsetter amongst your friends and family.

3. Dutch Masters

The Netherlands has long been the center of Europe’s flower industry — and not only because of its famously colorful tulip fields (although the tulip does continue to be their most popular and exported flower). The country is the largest exporter of cut flowers around the world, meaning that if you want to know what to expect in the flower business, it’s a good idea to listen to the Dutch. Each year, the Flower Council of Holland releases two Trend Collections to help identify a selection of plants and flowers expected to be popular and prominent in the coming year.


The Flower Council identified the theme of “Collecting Memories” for their 2023 Spring/Summer collection. They predict that flowers like roses, carnations, and ranunculus will trend in 2023, along with plants like hydrangea, ficus, and eucalyptus. If this trend is as comforting to you as the Dutch predict, you might find The Angela to be a soothing arrangement. It combines roses, ranunculus, and anemones in an off-white stoneware vase and strikes a nostalgic tone. And if that doesn’t sound relaxing enough for you, the arrangement also comes with a box of bath bombs from milk + honey.


For the 2023 Autumn/Winter collection, the Flower Council chose “Vintage Folklore” as its theme. Amongst the flowers identified as fitting in particularly well with this predicted trend are delphinium, hyacinth, and tulips. If you want a floral arrangement that aligns with this throwback aesthetic, look no further than the cool vibes of The Luna. Made up of rich shades of blue and purple, this bouquet includes delphinium, scabiosas, and roses.


Staying on trend can be hard work, but hopefully, this rundown of the plants and flowers expected to be big in 2023 will give you a head start. Of course, if you want to stay up on the latest, make sure you’re checking out UrbanStems on a regular basis!






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The perfect flowers to give as holiday gifts


It’s that time of year again—time to start thinking about what Christmas flowers to gift to your holiday host. Whether you’re looking for something traditional or something a little more unique (we’re looking at you orchids), there are plenty of options to choose from. Here are 15 of the best Christmas flowers to gift in 2022, and lucky you, we offer a majority of the bunch.


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These classic Christmas flowers are known for their bright red and green foliage and are a staple in many holiday decorations. They come in a range of color like red, white, and pink and look just as pretty on a patio as they do near a fireplace. It’s a Christmas staple that anyone would be happy to receive as a gift.


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Orchids make a great Christmas gift for a few reasons. First, they are exotic and beautiful, and can add a touch of luxury to any bouquet. Second, they come in a wide range of colors, from classic whites and reds to more unique shades like purple and yellow, making them a versatile choice for any recipient. Third, orchids are long-lasting, so they can continue to bring joy and beauty long after the holiday season has ended.





These affordable and long-lasting flowers come in a range of holiday-appropriate reds, whites, and pinks. The best kind of gift for Christmas a mixed bouquet filled with carnations and other festive flowers, like in our Nutcracker bouquet. Carnations can make any bouquet look full and vibrant – especially during the holidays.


Roses make a great Christmas flower for a few reasons. First, they are classic and elegant, and can add a touch of sophistication to any bouquet. Second, they come in a wide range of colors, from traditional reds and whites to more unique shades like black and blue, making them a versatile choice for any recipient. Third, roses are associated with love and romance, making them a perfect gift for a significant other or loved one. Fourth, roses are long-lasting, so they can continue to bring joy and beauty long after the holiday season has ended. Overall, roses are a great choice for a Christmas flower because of their elegance, versatility, and romantic associations.





Anemones are associated with good luck and protection, making them a thoughtful and symbolic gift for the holiday season. We love seeing anemones in a mixed Christmas bouquet or as a single-stem arrangement, like in The Rockette.


Whoever thought tulips were meant for the springtime haven’t met these winter beauties. Add a pop of color to your bouquet with cheerful tulips in shades of red, pink, and white. They are an unexpected holiday look and here’s a fun fact for your recipient: fresh-cut tulips continue to grow in the vase — gaining an inch or more in height!


You can’t go wrong with gifting peonies for Christmas. Perhaps everyone’s favorite flower, these fluffy stems unfurl in water, meaning it really is the gift that keeps on giving. Pick from shades of white or pink and enjoy that sweet aromatic smell these beauties bring.



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Dried flowers make beautiful Christmas gifts. They can last up to a year and thanks to our selection, come in an array of colors, shapes, and sizes. Every one of our dried bouquets also includes a vase.


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These long-lasting flowers come in a range of Christmas-y reds, whites, and greens..


Sending lilies to a friend for Christmas is a great idea for a few reasons. First, lilies are beautiful and elegant, and can add a touch of sophistication to any bouquet. Second, they come in a range of colors, including white, red, and gold, which are perfect for the holiday season. Third, lilies are associated with purity and virtue, making them a thoughtful and symbolic gift for a friend. Fourth, lilies are long-lasting, so they can continue to bring joy and beauty long after the holiday season has ended. Overall, lilies are a great choice for a Christmas flower because of their beauty, symbolism, and lasting power.


There’s just something about festive berries during this time of year. They’re perfect for decorating your entryway and adding a touch of the holiday spirit to your space. You could just as easily use it to liven up your tablescape or even add a pop of feel-good beauty to your desktop at home or the office. Who can resist a bundle of bright red winter berries?


When you add a gorgeous wreath to an equally gorgeous door, you get nothing but perfection. That’s what a colorful flower-mix wreath offers. Bright colors and little greenery make colorful mix wreaths the perfect decoration to add cheer to a room. To inspire your creativity, craft a colorful wreath using yellow daisies with pink accents, purple and blue flowers, delicate ferns, and twining ivy, or check out this wreath idea.




Protea flowers are the national flower of South Africa, and are known for their unique and exotic appearance. They are part of the Proteaceae family, which includes over 1,500 species of flowering plants.Protea flowers are also popular in the dried flower industry, as they retain their color and shape well when dried. Overall, protea flowers are known for their unique beauty and are a popular choice for special occasions.


These delicate flowers are easy to grow indoors, making them a great choice for the gardener in your life.


While these flowers may be closely associated with a summertime gift, these fluffy stems also make great Christmas flowers. They come in an array of colors from antique green to light blue.


These stunning flowers come in a range of vibrant reds and pinks, and are sure to impress.

Whether you’re looking for a beautiful Christmas Flowers to wow the holiday host or simply looking for Christmas flowers to gift yourself, you are sure to find a festive pick in our Christmas Collection full of florals.


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