The official start of spring is just weeks away, which means the days get longer and warmer whilst new life begins and flowers start to bloom. The blooming of such beautiful flowers across the country makes for a great Instagram photo opportunity. We’ve listed the most Instagrammed spring flowers, based on the number of times their names have been hashtagged. Which spring flowers should you snap to post to your feed?
1. Cherry Blossom
Number of hashtags: 9,200,000
Associated with Japanese culture Cherry blossom blooms in late March to early April so keep your eye out for a photo opportunity.
Number of hashtags: 7,600,000
Holland is famous for its fields full of these brightly coloured flower. They come in almost every colour you could think of, from whites to oranges, making them a great flower to brighten up your Instagram feed.
Number of hashtags: 6,000,000
For most people Clusters of Daisies scattered across their garden means spring is upon them. What better way, then with a photo of these small white flowers, to let your followers know it’s officially spring.
Number of hashtags: 4,300,000
Know for its large white and pink coloured flowers that bloom in late spring, they are often used for floral arrangements. Their delicate petals and soft colours make for a great addition to your feed.
Number of hashtags: 3,200,000
These commonly pink flowers grown on trees and start to bloom around April right through to June. Perfect for that spring photo.
Number of hashtags: 1,700,000
Daffodils bloom in March and are traditionally a symbol of 10th wedding anniversaries. However their bright yellow or white colours and unique shape means that they are a symbol of spring.
7. Sweet Peas
Number of hashtags: 899,000
The Sweet Peas grown on flower farms are exclusive to England and come in a variety of different bright colours. These Classic English flowers make for a great Instagram post.
Number of hashtags: 829,000
Bluebells bloom within woods all across the country, meaning that there’s plenty of opportunities for you to spot some on your spring walks. The seas of purple make for a great Instagram for your feed, to sum up your day.
Number of hashtags: 635,000
Depending on the colour, carnations traditionally have different meanings, such as white carnations symbolising good luck and dark red symbolising a deep love.
Number of hashtags: 403,000
Something interesting about Pansies is that they are edible, supposedly having a minty taste. However, maybe it’s best to stick to taking photos of them rather than eating them.