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Yellow Flower FAQs
What are some common flowers that are yellow?

When yellow flowers come to mind, you may think of sunflowers as the quintessential yellow bloom. But there are dozens of beautiful yellow blossoms that can stand on their own or join forces with sunflowers in a bouquet. From roses and pansies to zinnias and begonias, here are some common types of yellow flowers:
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Marigolds
  • Carnations
  • Daffodils
  • Daisies
  • Tulips
  • Dahlias
  • Black-eyed Susans
  • Yarrows
At FTD, we have an expansive collection of yellow bouquets that boast these sunny blooms, including sunflower arrangements, blue and yellow flower arrangements, yellow rose arrangements, and more!

What is the meaning of yellow flowers?

Yellow is commonly associated with the feeling of happiness. That means joy, fond memories, friendship, and success are all meanings of yellow flowers. There are many occasions where yellow floral arrangements will bring a smile to a loved one’s face. Is Mother’s Day slowly creeping up? Our yellow flowers for mom will remind her how fortunate she is to have raised a child like you. Or, did your BFF have a stressful day and need a quick pick-me-up? A yellow flower bouquet will make their day brighter the moment they receive their arrangements.   Some special occasions where yellow flowers will make a lasting impression include:
  • Birthdays
  • Sympathy
  • Get-well
  • Thank you
  • Easter
  • Father’s Day
You don’t always need a reason to send yellow flower bouquets, either. Sometimes, a just-because gift is just the surprise your friend, family member, or significant other was looking for. From spring flowers to get well soon arrangements, our yellow flower bouquets will stand out wherever they’re placed. And at FTD, you can be sure your sunny blooms will arrive fresh and fast to the doorstep of your loved one.