Flowers in Season: June

June is a fabulous month for a wedding. It’s when British Summer Time officially begins, and the days are at their longest! There is an amazing range of flowers available at market, varying in colour, shape, size and colour. Below we have a list of the flowers you can find during June. Achillea (Yarrow) – Very popular […]

Read More

Flowers in Season: May

May Day is thought to symbolise the transition between spring and summer and the celebrations held every year are believed to bless crops and planting with good luck for the coming months! It is also the start of the wedding season and we are very excited here at Triangle Nursery! Below we have a list […]

Read More

Calla

The Calla Lily, which also is known as Zantedeschia, is a popular guest at special occasions. A truly unique and elegant flower, it works well in buttonholes, corsages and decorations, luxury bouquets, as well as a simple vase in your home. Origin This flower used to go by the impressive name of the Ethiopian arum lily. […]

Read More

Gerbera

The ever-cheerful Gerbera suits every interior and every event. With its simply fresh colour and playful shape, it makes it always the right choice! Origin Gerbera were named after the German naturalist Traugtt Gerber and are a genus of the sunflower family. Gerbera is also known as the Transvaal Daisy or Barberton Daisy. All gerbera […]

Read More

Flowers in Season: April

The month of April is full of vibrant, seasonal flowers, blue skies and rays of sunshine! A very popular month for weddings and events. See below for view the flowers available at the market in April:

Read More

Flowers in Season: March

March is considered by many to be the official start of spring (well, at least we thought until the snow fell this week!) when animals and flowers begin to reproduce and flourish in the warmer weather. It’s also the time when you can find a new selection of flowers to choose from. Below is a […]

Read More

Flowers for Chinese New Year

If you’re serious about getting into the floral side of Chinese New Year, then you better go in prepared. This year, Chinese New Year is on Friday 16th February and celebrations last for 7 days. If you are throwing a Chinese New Year party, or simply celebrating at home with family, don’t forget the flowers! I know what […]

Read More

Introduction to Language of Flowers

Welcome to the curious world of floriography… The most important thing about flowers is of course, that they make your home or your event naturally lovely and beautiful – and frankly, we can’t see why they really need to have much meaning beyond that! Even so, since long before red roses meant ‘I love you’ and […]

Read More

Flowers in Season: February

People often ask to provide them with lists of flowers that are available in different months. So, here is our list for February! February is certainly the month of love. With Valentine’s Day approaching (clue: on Wednesday 14th February), bouquets of beautiful red roses often become a common sight in florist shops, supermarkets, wholesalers, just […]

Read More

Freesia

The Fabulous Freesia. A flower bursting with elegance, sparkling colours and leaving a subtle hint of perfume around the home. Old-fashioned? Far from it! Read below to learn and explore about this flower variety… Origin Freesia are grown from a bulb called a ‘corm’ and are the genus of the Iridaceae family. Originally native to […]

Read More