Spring wishes for ecards


  • I'm sending you this colorful ecard with a wish for many blessings and the best spring ever!

  • Sending you cherry blossoms to wish goodwill, to remind you of your beauty and to celebrate new beginnings. May the beauty of spring fill your heart!

  • If I had my life to live over, I would start barefoot earlier in the spring and stay that way later in the fall. Happy Springtime!

  • Enjoy all the magic of spring!

  • Blossom by blossom the spring begins. As the earth awakens and breathes new life, we celebrate the cool green days, the warming rays, the cheerful ways spring renews us all. Wishing You a Happy Spring

  • Wishing you a spring that blossoms with new joys… …new discoveries… and new dreams coming true!

  • With one warm, gentle breeze…Springtime reveals all the impossible wonders and beauty hiding within. Thinking of you and wishing you a beautiful day.

  • Spring falls in tiny drops from low clouds… Spring rises in green stems from moist earth… Spring blooms in painted petals from cheerful hearts. Enjoy all the magic of spring.

  • Spring has sprung with joys to share, Blossoms blooming everywhere, Welcome breezes fill the air With warm “hellos” from here to there.

  • The sun is shining a little brighter…The world seems a little newer…Happy Springtime!

  • It's Springtime ! May the sun bring you new energies by day. May the moon softly restore you by night.

  • The first day of spring is one thing, and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.

Spring flowers - meanings & legends of spring flowers


  • Snowdrops

    Simbolise : consolation of hope


    A legend about the origin of the snowdrop tells us that after being expelled from the Garden of Eden, Eve sat weeping. An angel comforted her. Since the Fall, no flowers had bloomed, but snow fell ceaselessly.
    As the angel talked with Eve, he caught a snowflake in his hand, breathed on it, and it fell to earth as the first snowdrop. The flower bloomed and Hope was born.

    In Germany there is a different snowdrop legend. When God made all things on the Earth, He asked the snow to go to the flowers and get a little color from them. One by one the flowers refused. Then, very sad, she asked a snowdrop to give it a little of its colour and the snowdrop accepted. As a reward, the snow lets it bloom first whenever spring shows.


    According to superstitions it is unlucky to bring snowdrops indoors and the sight of a single snowdrop blooming in the garden foretells of impending disaster. It is regarded as an omen of death despite its beauty. It symbolises purity and hope in tha language of flowers.