One of our favourite New Flower Blooms to Market at this time of year is the Helleborus. From the Ranunculaceae family, the botanical name Helleborus is derived from the Greek word elein meaning ‘to take away’ and bora, meaning ‘food’. The root of the plant induces vomiting, hence the name’s origin.
Are you a flower lover? If so, this section is perfect to enrich your knowledge and inspire you!
Our guides are filled with extensive details on the background of each flower variety, images and details of the different flower varieties and the symbolism. There is also inspiration photos and care tips.
Alongside the origins, we also offer a more practical and creative input to inspire you for home decor and future projects.
Conditioning wholesale flowers are imperative to ensure you get the best out of your flowers for any type of event. There are various methods that can be applied for different stem types, including woody, soft and hollow stems.
Leading up to Christmas, there are some fantastic blooms available at the market. Feast your eyes on this week’s ‘New Blooms to Market’ featuring spectacular American Beauty Chrysanthemums, bi-coloured anemones and stunning Amaryllis!
During the holiday season, there are a wide variety of Cymbidium Orchids available in a range of colours, especially red, green and white.
During this years annual show week in Holland, our staff had the opportunity to visit our growers, greenhouses and suppliers to understand and ask questions about the entire process from bud to bloom.
Shorter days, frost, snow, wind and rain. There is quite a bit about December that isn’t too appealing, however surprisingly there is a fantastic selection of fresh flowers available at market bound to brighten those grey, dark skies.
Proud Chinese lanterns in golden shades of orange are guaranteed to bring colour and light into your home or window display this autumn.
Carnations aren’t the most sought after flower for wedding or event flowers for that matter! Many brides are still stuck in the mindset that carnations are old fashioned, a cheap variety that you give our on Mother’s Day or at Fundraisers, but we are here to set the record straight once and for all!
From September to October, autumn continues to flourish. The chill in the air disappears when you capture the best of the season.
If you are looking for an unusual, eye-catching and statement flower, Brassica might be what you are looking. It is part of the Brassicaceae family and used in floral design.
Astilbe, this delicate, feathery flower is popular and favourited by many for its look and style for weddings flowers. All of the twenty species (and ever expanding) of Astilbe belong to Saxifragaceae family. By origin, it is grown in mountain ravines and woodland areas in China and Japan. The German Botanist, George Arends introduced the …