Flower Info

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White flowers can be dyed with floral spray to achieve unique arrangements. (ex. blue or black)

            Football Mums

  • large flower about 5 inches in diameter
  • colors: yellow, white, purple, orange, light green

     

                                                  
 Carnations

  • medium flower about 3 inches in diameter
  • Most colors available
     
 Mini-Carnations

  • small flower 2 inches in diameter
  • Most colors available
     
 Daisy Poms

  • small flower 2 inches in diameter
  • white, yellow, orange, purple,red
     

 Cushion Poms

  • small flower 2 inches in diameter
  • white, yellow, orange, purple, red 
   
 Spider Mums

  •  large flower about 5 inches in diameter
  • colors: yellow, white, purple, orange, light green
     
 Roses

  • Medium size when open 3 inches in diameter
  • Most colors available
     
 Gladiolus (pl -oli)

  • tall stalk of about 12 flowers 2 inches in diameter
  • many colors available
     

 Calla Lillies

  • white is most common; yellow and purple less so
  • usually 1 flower per stalk
     
 Tiger Lilies

  • orange or yellow in color
  • 3-5 flowers per stem
     
 Stargazer Lilies

  • specific pink, purple, white pattern
  • 2-4 blooms per stem
     
 Casablanca Oriental Lily

  • about 5 flowers per stem
  • all white lily
  • very large flower
     
 Delphinium

  • very tall stalk of many flowers
  • colors: white, shades of pink, blue and purple
     
 Asters

  • clusters of small flowers similar to daisys
  • colors: mostly shades of purple, pink, and blue
     
 Gerbera Daisy

  • Medium size flower about 4 inches diameter
  • many colors available
     
 Forsythia

  • very tall stem of many small flowers
  • color: bright yellow flowers
     
Sunflower

  • very large flower
  • very tall stalk
     
Alstroemeria

  • cluster of small flowers
  • many colors available
     
Anthurium

  • “elephant ear”
  • very large flower
     
 Bird of Paradise

  • very tall stalk
  • tropical look
     
 Amaryllis

  • large flower
  • popular in winter holidays
     
 Daffodil

  • spring flower
     
 Freesia

  • strong scent
     
 Gardenia

  • Strong scent
     
 Gypsophila

  • “Baby’s Breath”
     
 Liatris

  • tall and slender
     
 Lilac

  • strong scent
     
 Rubrum Lily

  • classic lily scent
     
 Protea

  • unusual structure
     
 Ranunculus

  • open very large; looks like giant rose flower
     
 Snapdragon

  • flower resembles dragon mouth
     
 Stephanotis

  • common wedding flower
  • pleasant scent
     
Statice

  • common filler
     
Tulip

  • spring flower
     
Yarrow

  • used as filler
     
Wax Flower

  • high end filler
     
Palm

  • common background use in bouquets
     
Leatherleaf

  • common background use in bouquets
     
Ivy

  • expensive background green
  • common in bridal bouquets
     
Pittosporum

  • short
  • medium price filler green
     
 Fern

  • filler green
     
Eucalyptus

  • pleasant fresh scent
  • long and slender
     
Plumosa/Celosia

  • Cockscomb
  • furry look 
     
Cymbidium Orchid      
Dendrobium Orchid      
Cattleya Orchid      
Phalaenopsis Orchid      
Iris      
Hyacinth

  • extreme spring scent
     
Hydrangea

  • very large cluster
     
 Curly Willow

  • one of tallest decorative elements in florist
     
 Lisianthus      
 Bells of Ireland