Research reveals America's favorite winter-blooming flowers

Research reveals America's favorite winter-blooming flowers

  • Amaryllis are the nation's most popular winter flower, favored in 20 states and searched for more than any other.
  • The Christmas cactus is America's second favorite winter flower, favored by more than half of all states
  • Other common cold flowers include pansies, poinsettias and witch hazels

A new study by pergola and pavilion designers PergolaKitsUSA Revealed the winter flowers that most interest America.

The research analyzed search volumes from Google Keyword Planner for a group of flowers that grace the coldest months of the year, and that bloom in winter and early spring. This data relates to searches conducted over the past 12 months that revealed the favorite winter flowers in each state and the most popular cold weather flowers nationwide.

Winter pants top the list in America Amaryllis. This beautiful crimson, lily-like flower is among the five most searched for winter flowers in every state, as well as topping the chart in 20 states, ranking second in half of them all. Nationwide search volume of 235,833 In the past 12 months, Amaryllis has come to the fore.

Festive Christmas cactus Coming in second place in America is the favorite winter pants. Succulent, with the scientific name schlumbergera, Not only was it the second most searched winter flower nationwide, it is the most searched flower in as many as 27 states. It was one of the top five most searched in every state, not to mention coming in second place in 19 other states. From east to west, America absolutely loves the Christmas cactus, which is where the total annual search volume for the plant comes from 227,250.

The third favorite winter pants nationwide are Pansy. It was the third most searched for winter flower in 39 states. Pansies were also in the top five in all but one state. America searched for pansies with a huge annual search volume of 188,583. State missing out on pansy hype? Florida.

They were the fourth and fifth most popular winter flowers in the country Poinsettia And Witch Hazel, respectively. Its name is scientific Beautiful Euphorbiathe poinsettia was the fourth most searched item in the United States as a whole, and in as many as 27 states, the total search volume reached 134,491 Over the past 12 months. while, Hamamelisknown as Witch Hazel, was the fifth most searched product overall, and the top five in 34 states with a total search volume of 127,783.

Other popular plants included Viola Which has proven to be the favorite winter pants in Illinois, and among the top five favorites in ten states in total, as well Sea hellebore It was the favorite winter flower in Oregon and Washington, as well as the top five flower in nine other states.

Total search volume for 12 months Ranked at no. From countries
rose #1 #2 #3 #4 #5
Amaryllis 235,833 19 25 6 0 0
Christmas cactus 227,250 27 18 3 1 1
Pansy 188,583 0 6 39 4 0
Poinsettia 134,491 0 0 2 27 9
Witch Hazel 127,783 0 0 0 11 23

Fred von Borg, CEO of PergolaKitsUSA, spoke about these findings: “In the colder months when trees are bare and most plants are dormant, it can be easy to stop appreciating the world of flowers. These winter flowers keep the world bright and colorful when winter makes it It looks dreary and monochromatic, so it's great to see which of these winter beauties are favorites across the country.

Source: Google Keyword Planner

Methodology: State-by-state and nationwide search volumes for 32 winter-blooming flowers were analyzed. The data collected relates to searches within the last 12 months at the time of writing (January 2024).

The full list of flowers for which searches were recorded is as follows: English primrose, winter jasmine, hellebore, winter aquarium, camellia, crocus, pieris, reticulated iris, winter heath, snowdrops, witch hazel, snow glory, cyclamen, Pansy. , Ornamental cabbage, Viola, Pansy, Lenten rose, Amaryllis, Calendula, Christmas cactus, Daphne, Distillium, Poinsettia, Scylla, Algerian iris, Leucogum, Mahonia, Ivyeon

Searches with the word “plant” next to them were also counted.

    (Tags for translation) Amaryllis

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