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  1. “Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.” ― Luther Burbank Yes, flowers are one of the best gifts by nature that makes your life more colorful and vibrant. Even on your worst times, a glimpse of flowers can bring solace. Similarly, in the harsh and dry winters, flowers can add a rainbow of colors by its presence. But, if you are wondering how can flowers survive the harsh winters then, you must not have heard about the flowers that only blooms in winter. Here is a list of 7 wonderful and beautiful flowers to keep you warm in the winter season: Carnations One of the beautiful and common flowers that rules during winter season are Carnations. These long-lasting blooms are commonly known as “pinks” and have a spicy floral fragrance. Found in different hues of colors, carnations symbolize love and fascination. Hence, a bouquet of carnations is perfect to convey your love for your dear ones. Gerbera Daisies Gerbera Daisies are just another significant flower that blooms in winter. These blooms are found in several colors like yellow, red, white, orange and pink. Rewarded as the fifth most popular flower in the world, Gerbera Daisies symbolize purity and cheerfulness. So, whenever you want to cheer up your dear ones, you can send them Gerbera Daisies. Lilies Lilies are one of the notable winter flowers often used in decoration. You can often see them in winter weddings or festivals. Lilies are perennial flowers which symbolize royalty and purity. Found in a variety of colors, Lilies also symbolize rebirth, motherhood, and fertility. Pansies Pansies are a staple flower for gardeners in the winter season. These cheerful blossoms can add so much of brightness to your garden. Like most of the flowers, pansies also symbolize the love your heart holds for another person. An interesting fact about Pansies are that they are edible and are a good source of nutrients. Calendula Also known as “Pot Marigolds”, these flowers are similar to daisies in look and are found in a variety of colors including yellow, orange, and other pastel hues. These beautiful flowers are also considered sacred in India and are used in religious rituals. Calendulas generally symbolize cheer, happiness,and success in life. Winter Jasmine These are evergreen shrubs that grow up to 4 to 6 feet wide. The peak blooming season of this aromatic and heavenly flowers is the late February and the early March. Associated with love, these snowy white blooms symbolize beauty and sensuality too. That’s why garlands of white Jasmines are often used in weddings. Daffodils These trumpet-shaped yellow bright flowers can uplift and energize your soul by its presence. These blossoms are also known as Narcissus and come in a variety of colors including yellow, orange, pink, white, and several others. Oils extracted from daffodil plants are used by people to reduce stress. Daffodils symbolize creativity, energy, vitality, and memory. These were some beautiful flowers that blooms in the winter. You can easily get order these flowers from online flower shops. Suppose you want to send a bouquet of Gerbera Daisies in Mumbai then, all you need to do is to order your flowers from the best online flower shop in Mumbai to experience an impeccable delivery service. So, send your loved ones one of these flowers to brighten their day this winter.