9 Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season Printables

Flowers of the Spring Season

March is, without question, my favourite month. It’s my husband’s birthday month, the month my sons were born, and the start of spring, too! There is so much to celebrate. It’s also the time that everything is beginning to wake up from its winter slumber. The flowers of the spring season begin to bloom, and the drabness of winter is replaced by colour and light. To celebrate this, I have put together a little collection of botanical floral drawings for you to use in your craft projects. Or simply to print and frame.

Botanical Floral Drawings of the Flowers of Spring

Much as I like trying my hand at watercolour painting, I’ve used AI technology to create all of these botanical floral drawings. They were created in Adobe Firefly, and the high-resolution files are free for you to download and print.

The flowers of the spring season that are included in the zip file are:

Tulip

This beautiful spring-blooming perennial is one of the most popular flowers in the world, and it’s easy to see why! Known for their large, showy and brightly coloured flowers. Tulips come in a wide variety of colours, including red, orange, pink, yellow, and white.

They also come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from single-petaled to double-petaled blooms.

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Tulip
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Lily of The Valley

This pretty woodland perennial is known for its sweetly scented, bell-shaped white flowers that bloom in sprays during springtime.

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Lily of The Valley
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Viola and Pansy

You can get winter flowering pansies which are such a welcome sight in the grey of winter! But also, these pretty little blooms are a cheery addition to spring borders, pots and hanging baskets.

Pansies are a type of Viola and come in a wide range of colours, including blue, white, yellow, purple, red, and pink. They can also come in bi and tri-coloured varieties which bring lots of lovely colour to our gardens.

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Viola and Pansy
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Grape Hyacinth

I so look forward to spotting these, coming up in my garden in the spring! The grape hyacinth (Muscari) produce spikes of dense, most commonly blue, urn-shaped flowers resembling bunches of grapes.

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Grape Hyacinth
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Hellebore

Hellebores are my absolute favourite flowers of the spring season. You’ll spot them coming through in mid to late January and they can bloom for months. I wrote about my love of this dainty little plant back in 2016 for March Styling The Seasons.

Head over to see just how realistic this botanical floral drawing is!

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Hellebore
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Snowdrops

The snowdrops are the very first spring floral to bloom in our garden each year. There are apparently around 9 identified species of snowdrops, all belonging to the genus Galanthus. I think we’ve got 5 different types in our garden.

But the number of named snowdrop varieties is much, much higher—possibly over 1000! These named varieties are cultivated selections or hybrids of the original species. Horticulturists are still developing new varieties, which is just amazing.

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Snowdrops
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Sweet Alyssum

Sweet alyssum is a low-growing flowering plant with long-lasting blooms and and pleasant honey-like fragrance. It can be planted in early spring, but with proper care, sweet alyssum will bloom throughout the spring and summer, and may even rebloom in the autumn in milder climates.

The flowers of sweet alyssum are small and typically white, but they can also be found in shades of pink, purple, and lavender.

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Sweet Allysum
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Daffodil

These happy little flowers, nodding their heads in the spring garden are a joy to see, aren’t they? Along with the snowdrops, they’re one of the first things to bloom in our garden after winter.

Their brightly coloured, trumpet-shaped flowers are one of the most recognisable and beloved flowers in the world — particularly in Wales where they are the national flower. Daffodils are perennial plants, which means they come back year after year. And they’re grown from bulbs that are planted in the autumn or early winter.

The name ‘daffodil’ comes from the Greek word ‘asphodelos,’ which means ‘day lily.’

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Daffodil
Photo Credit: The Listed Home.

Crocus

Crocuses are some of the earliest flowering plants of spring.

They often bloom before the last frost, pushing their way up through the snow. Which makes them a welcome sign that winter is finally over. They’re a popular choice for gardeners because they’re so easy to care for. And they’re so pretty too.

A sure sign that spring is on her way!

Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season — Crocus
Photo Credit: The Listed Home.

How To Use Your Free Flowers of Spring Season Printables

Simply click on the link below and download the zip file containing the 9 free botanical floral drawings. The print size is around 17cm square and the files are high resolution – 300dpi. I’ve saved the images onto A4, so you can print, cut and frame the square images.

Or add a mount if you’re putting them into a rectangular frame. Print onto textured paper for a real watercolour look.

The files are print-quality PDFs, and you could blow them up to a fairly decent size before you begin to lose any resolution.

Download 9 Free Botanical Floral Drawings: Flowers of the Spring Season.
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You could reduce the files and use the as stickers or on letterheaded paper.

Or create pretty greetings cards too, perfect for Easter, spring birthdays, or Mother’s Day.

The uses are endless!

Some Other Free Spring Printable Files You May Like

4 free spring printables to download
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Clockwise from top left:

  1. Spring Flower Coloring Pages, The Benson Street
  2. Spring Planner Stickers, Extraordinary Chaos
  3. Spring Flowers Colouring Page, Mum in the Mad House
  4. Spring Activity Page, Artsy Fartsy Mama
4 free spring printable files to download
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Clockwise from top left:

  1. Spring Banner, Simple Made Pretty
  2. Spring Watercolour Printables, Little Miss Eden Rose
  3. Spring Flower Bookmarks, The Quiet Grove
  4. Spring Printables Papers, Like Love Do

Pin and Save These 9 Free Springtime Printables For Later

Pin and Save These 9 Free Springtime Printables For Later
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Some More Free Downloads You May Like

Looking for more free printables to download and use in your craft projects? Check out these posts below.

Caro Davies editor of The Listed Home
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Caro Davies is a former art-director turned writer and content-creator, and editor behind UK lifestyle blog The Listed Home. She writes about home-related topics, from interiors and DIY to food and craft. The Listed Home has been featured in various publications, including Ideal Home, Grazia, and Homes & Antiques magazines.

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