New Blooms to Market!

Feast your eyes on this week’s ‘New Blooms to Market’ featuring seasonal anemones, berry-licious calla lilies and rattan wreaths. 

One of our favourite blogs recently is exploring the website and discovering the new and exciting products that are back on the market for all to buy! Quite literally the website is an ever moving picture, every day, every week, we see more and more fantastic and unusual flower varieties arrive to the market; we are here to inspire, educate and show you what is available!

Continue reading to find our top picks in this week’s special of ‘New Blooms to Market!’

Anemone Mistral + Cenere Super

Ooo it’s good to see you back Anemones! How we have missed these gorgeous flowers being on the market. Available in a huge array of different colours, they are slowing appearing back in the auctions in wraps of 50 stems.

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ANEMONE MISTRAL + CENERE SUPER

Calla Lily Red Charm

We continue to receive enquiries for flowers to incorporate in a berry-licious colour palette, mauves, claret, burgundy paired with champagne or blush pink tones.

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CALLA LILY RED CHARM

Wild Rattan 100cm Wreath

This may seen a little large, but if you have an upcoming event or wedding that incorporates a woodland, rustic or festive theme, this would be perfect to create a statement piece in the venue.

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Wreath - Wild Rattan Large

Arundo Dorax (Peppermint Sticks)

If you are looking for height, a natural element or even a statement design, Arunda Dorax would suit your arrangement perfectly. Similar in height, size and shape to the Pampas Grass.

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ARUNDO DONAX (PEPPERMINT STICKS)

Setaria Italica Tomer Grass

As we move into the latter part of the year, it is important to appreciate the change in the landscape and utilise elements of nature, from the texture to colour in floral designs. There are various new grasses, foliage, berries and flowers available that are perfect to suit these winter themes.

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SETARIA ITALICA TOMER GRASS

Callicarpa Bodinieri Profusion

If you are looking for an unusual, but natural berry in the colour purple, this is perfect for you.

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CALLICARPA BODINIERI PROFUSION

Hydrangea Ruby Chocolate Classic

Hydrangea will not be available for much longer so grab them while you can. In the latter part of the year, Hydrangea are available in vintage hues, capturing different colour hues that make them unique as a flower variety. This gorgeous variety is a deep brown, burgundy that would be perfect for a wedding or event in a mauve colour shade.

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HYDRANGEA RUBY BURGUNDY CLASSIC

Rose Lady Like

Hidden amongst the roses is this beautiful vintage coloured rose known as Lady Like.

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Rose Lady Like

Rose Lois Lane

Another rose on my radar this week is this beautiful multi petaled rose called Lois Lane.

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ROSE LOIS LANE

Ranunculus Elegance Red

Yet another seasonal item that is back, and we are SO chuffed is the Ranunculus! Available in various sizes and colours, this ‘little frog’ is very popular for winter weddings, event and in everyday floristry.

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RANUNCULUS ELEGANCE RED

Tulips Black Jack

Tulips are available in single, double, frilly or parrot in a huge array of different colours. If you are looking for a bespoke, and rather unique tulip, here is the blackjack tulips.

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TULIPS BLACK JACK

Muscari Siberian Tiger

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MUSCARI SIBERIAN TIGER

 

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