Breck's, an online plant and flower seller, noted that Americans most frequently searched for blooms such as lilies, peonies, and gardenias during quarantine.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly shifted how everyone spends their free time. Whether you are self-isolating solo or with your immediate family, you're likely still spending more time at home than ever before. But that doesn't mean you're only sitting indoors. One activity that many people have added to their quarantine routines is gardening. As it turns out, this long-beloved pastime is gaining more popularity in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Breck's, a mail-order gardening company, analyzed Google Trends search volume data from the months when stay-at-home orders were in place to determine which flowers Americans searched for, and the most popular blooms included lilies, peonies, and gardenias.