Sunflower

Sunflower

Sunflower or Heleanthus are native to the Americas and were first cultivated in Mexico. They are named for their propensity to turn its head toward the sun and are produced for their big showy flowers, tasty seeds and oil that are used in soap, paint and cosmetics. Sunflowers symbolize adoration, loyalty and longevity.

Orlaya

Orlaya

White lace flowers (Orlaya grandiflora) are hardy, elegant, and low-maintenance annuals. They produce an abundance of delicate pure white flowers that grow in umbels above lush, interesting, grey-green, fern-like foliage. Native to Mediterranean parts of Europe (particularly the island of Crete), they once grew in abundance in vineyards, olive groves, and other dry and warm spots.

Amaranthus

Amaranthus

Amaranthus or as it became known in victorian England Love Lies Bleeding is a group of plants containing 75 species in its genus that are native to every continent. The flowers resemble tassels and look terrific in cascading bouquets. Amaranthus is used in Chinese medicine and the Amaranth seed is highly nutritious and especially valued for its amino acids. Amaranthus signifies immortality.

Chocolate Lace

Chocolate Lace

Daucus carota is native to Europe and southwest Asia and is named after both Queen Anne of Britain and her great grandmother Anne of Denmark. Queen Anne's Lace are edible when young and tender but be careful because they resemble poison Hemlock and mistaking the two could prove fatal. Those fluent in the language of flowers associate Queen Ann's lace with sanctuary. TAGS: May Flowers

Gerbera Daisies White

Gerbera Daisies White

Gerbera or Transvaal Daisy as they are known in South Africa are native to the tropical South America, Asia and Africa. Their strikingly colorful blooms are the fifth most consumed flower worldwide after Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Tulips. They are produced in over 100 different colors and styles. Gerbera signifies purity and innocence.

Gerbera Daisies Scarlett

Gerbera Daisies Scarlett

Gerbera or Transvaal Daisy as they are known in South Africa are native to the tropical South America, Asia and Africa. Their strikingly colorful blooms are the fifth most consumed flower worldwide after Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Tulips. They are produced in over 100 different colors and styles. Gerbera signifies purity and innocence. TAGS: Crazy Daisy

Garbera Daisies Orange

Garbera Daisies Orange

Gerbera or Transvaal Daisy as they are known in South Africa are native to the tropical South America, Asia and Africa. Their strikingly colorful blooms are the fifth most consumed flower worldwide after Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Tulips. They are produced in over 100 different colors and styles. Gerbera signifies purity and innocence.

Gerbera Daisies Yellow

Gerbera Daisies Yellow

Gerbera or Transvaal Daisy as they are known in South Africa are native to the tropical South America, Asia and Africa. Their strikingly colorful blooms are the fifth most consumed flower worldwide after Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Tulips. They are produced in over 100 different colors and styles. Gerbera signifies purity and innocence.

Gerbera Daisies Pink Pale

Gerbera Daisies Pink Pale

Gerbera or Transvaal Daisy as they are known in South Africa are native to the tropical South America, Asia and Africa. Their strikingly colorful blooms are the fifth most consumed flower worldwide after Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Tulips. They are produced in over 100 different colors and styles. Gerbera signifies purity and innocence. TAGS: Crazy Daisy

Gerbera Daisies Bi-Color

Gerbera Daisies Bi-Color

Gerbera or Transvaal Daisy as they are known in South Africa are native to the tropical South America, Asia and Africa. Their strikingly colorful blooms are the fifth most consumed flower worldwide after Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Tulips. They are produced in over 100 different colors and styles. Gerbera signifies purity and innocence.

Dianthus

Dianthus

Dianthus or Carnation is native to Europe and Asia. They have a spicy, clove-like scent. In many cultures, Dianthus is the official flower of Mother's Day. The name dianthus comes from the Greek "dios" (god) and "anthos" (flower) and is considered by many to be the flower of the gods. Dianthus signifies admiration, capriciousness, affection, passion, and gratitude.

Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not

The true blue Forget-Me-Not pdisplays clouds of tiny sky-blue flowers with yellow centers, perched on the tip of hairy stems which grow from 4 inches to a foot. This perennial flower self-seeds and blooms for months, making it the perfect addition to your bouquets and mixes. The genus name, Myosotis, is derived from two Greek words, mys, meaning ‘mouse’, and ous, meaning ‘ear’ to refer to the shape of the flower petal, which has a rounded shape with a rounded notch in the center.

Calendula

Calendula

Calendula are native to southwestern Asia, the name Calendula is a modern Latin diminutive of calendae, meaning "little calendar", "little clock". In historic times calendula was more often used for magical purposes than medicinal ones. Calendula flowers are sacred flowers in India and have been used to decorate the statues of Hindu deities since early times. Calendula has been a symbol of sunshine and fire for many centuries.

Agapanthus

Agapanthus

Agapanthus is a genus of herbaceous perennials that mostly bloom in summer. The leaves are basal, curved, and linear, growing up to 24 inches long. They are rather leathery and arranged in two opposite rows. The plant has a mostly underground stem called a rhizome (like a ginger 'root') that is used as a storage organ. The roots, which grow out of the rhizome, are white, thick, and fleshy. Agapanthus symbolizes love.

Pin Cushion

Pin Cushion

The Pin Cushion flower is part of the Scabiosa genus of flowering plants. Its common name is derived from the flower’s cushion-like center and pin-looking stamens, which resemble that of a pincushion. This attractive summer bloomer can be found in a variety of colors with blue, purple, and white being the most notable. Flowers may reach up to a foot or two in height above the lush gray to blue-green foliage. The Pin Cushion stands for strength and enthusiasm.

Safflower

Safflower

Safflower is native to Asia and Africa and is one of our first crops dating back 2,500 years to Mesopotamia. It is cultivated for its flowers, oil, seeds (livestock feed), color (textile colorant). The Spaniards use it as a substitute for Saffron. Safflower is a symbol of welcoming and marriage.

Olive

Olive

Olives (relatives of lilacs, jasmines, and forsythia) are native to the Mediterranean and are cultivated for their healthy oil and cured fruit. The word oil derives from the name of this tree which fossil evidence dates back about thirty million years. Olive is one of the first plants to be mentioned in the Quran and the bible’s Old Testament. They signify peace, cleansing, healing, and reconciliation.

Red Rose

Red Rose

Most of the 300 species of roses are native to Asia and are used for floral design, landscaping, and perfumes. There are about 35k rose hybrids and cultivars. Rose hips are produced as a supplement for their high vitamin C content. Roses are associated with the goddess Aphrodite and the Virgin Mary. They eventually led to the creation of the rosary and signify intrigue.

Solidago

Solidago

Solidago or Goldenrod is native to the Americas and is used in floral designs while their leaves are processed into herbal teas. Thomas Edison experimented with it because they contain rubber. Henry Ford famously gave him a Model T with tires produced by Solidago. Considered a sign of good luck or good fortune, they are often given to those who have lost loved ones.

Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia or Black-Eyed Susans were originally found in the meadows and the woodlands of North America and were named after Olof Rudbeck who discovered the lymphatic system and founded Sweden's first botanical garden. Rudbeckia is considered to be a sign of encouragement and motivation. She is known as the lover of Dianthus who blooms alongside her all summer long. TAGS: Hy-Bloom, Bloom Service

Cornflower

Cornflower

Bachelor's Button or Cornflower are native to Europe. Their flowers are about half to one inch in diameter and are predominantly royal blue in color, but are occasionally available in white, pink, lavender and dark maroon. They symbolize delicacy, purity of feelings and good fortune. The flower is said to be able to tell the future outcome of a new relationship.

White Rose

White Rose

Most of the 300 species of roses are native to Asia and are used for floral design, landscaping, and perfumes. There are about 35k rose hybrids and cultivars. Rose hips are produced as a supplement for their high vitamin C content. Roses are associated with the goddess Aphrodite and the Virgin Mary. They eventually led to the creation of the rosary and signify intrigue.

Spray Roses

Spray Roses

Most of the 300 species of roses are native to Asia and are used for floral design, landscaping, and perfumes. There are about 35k rose hybrids and cultivars. Rose hips are produced as a supplement for their high vitamin C content. Roses are associated with the goddess Aphrodite and the Virgin Mary. They eventually led to the creation of the rosary and signify intrigue.

Scabiosa

Scabiosa

Scabiosa pods or Pincushion flowers are in the same family as Honeysuckle and are native to Africa, Asia, and Europe. The name comes from the Latin word scabies meaning to itch and the fact that Scabiosa are used in folk medicine to treat scabies, an illness that causes major itchiness. Scabiosa signifies love, purity and peace.

Garden Roses

Garden Roses

Most of the 300 species of roses are native to Asia and are used for floral design, landscaping, and perfumes. There are about 35k rose hybrids and cultivars. Rose hips are produced as a supplement for their high vitamin C content. Roses are associated with the goddess Aphrodite and the Virgin Mary. They eventually led to the creation of the rosary and signify intrigue.

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