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.

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.

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 is used in folk medicine to treat scabies, an illness that causes major itchiness. Scabiosa signifies love, purity, and peace.

Sweet Pea

Sweet Pea

Sweet Pea is in the family Fabaceae (legumes) and they are native to Sicily, southern Italy, and the Aegean Islands. Scottish nurseryman Henry Eckford cross-bred and developed the sweet pea, turning it from a rather insignificant if sweetly scented flower into a floral sensation of the late Victorian era. They are grown for private enjoyment, exhibition, and for the floristry trade. Sweet peas have a range of beautiful colors (usually in pastel shades of blue, pink, purple, and white, including bi-colors) and also possess a subtle and unique fragrance.

Tweedia

Tweedia

Tweedia, also known as Oxypetalum Coeruleum, is a species of flowering plant, native to South America from southern Brazil to Uruguay. It is grown for its clear pale blue, white, and pink star-shaped flowers, which are long-lasting and cut well.

Anthurium

Anthurium

Anthurium are heart-shaped flowers with heart-shaped leaves. It is a genus of herbs often growing as epiphytes on other plants. They are native to the Americas, where they are distributed from northern Mexico to northern Argentina and parts of the Caribbean. Anthurium signifies irresistibly beauty

Birds of Paradise

Birds of Paradise

Birds of Paradise is a species of evergreen tropical herbaceous plant, native to South Africa. Many often mistakenly call this plant the “banana tree” because it looks like banana plants. These regal plants are named for the beautiful, orange crane-like flowers that they produce, like birds of paradise. Bird of paradise signifies joyfulness and paradise, as well as anticipation and excitement. TAGS: Tropical Bloombird

Tropical Foliage

Tropical Foliage

There is a multitude of types of tropical foliage that blend nicely with palms, florals, and other foliage. They will add charm to any bundle of florals. These "companion plants" add different colors, textures, leaf patterns, and appearances in an arrangement. TAGS: Tropical Bloombird

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.

Acacia

Acacia

Acacia is one of the very few flowering plants that can be found throughout the world. Acacia is loved on all continents, for its beauty, and for its beneficial uses, but is especially famous in Australia, where it is named wattle. Since 1988, wattle has been declared the floral symbol of this state. In Australia, spring is announced by the first flowering of acacia and, on the 1st of September 1992, it was declared National Wattles Day. Acacia is the symbol of secret love and its gift implies a deep friendship.

Ruscus

Ruscus

Each stem of Ruscus Greenery features several laterals, covered in shapely pointed green leaves. A classic foliage, this emerald greenery adds a dainty, soft touch to sweet and serene flower arrangements. This versatile greenery is an affordable way to make your designs go far. These humble leaves are an ideal accent for bouquets and arrangements focused more on the flowers than abundant greenery.

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.

Willow Eucalyptus

Willow Eucalyptus

Native to Australia, eucalyptus is known for its leaves, seeds and striking flowers. Every year they grow a new layer of bark and the outer layer dies and peels off. Sacred to Aboriginals, it represents the division of the underworld between earth and heaven. They consume the sapp called Manna, for medicine, for bowls, canoes, spears, shields, art, music, etc.

Dianthus

Dianthus

Dianthus or Carnation are 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 are considered by many to be the flower of the gods. Dianthus signifies admiration, capriciousness, affection, passion and gratitude.

Calla Lily

Calla Lily

Calla lilies or Zantedeschia are perennial flowering plants native to South Africa and Malawi. They were often used in the paintings of Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Diego Rivera. During the Victorian era, the gift of calla lily delivered an overtly sexual message.

Poppy

Poppy

Poppies are herbaceous annual, biennial or short-lived perennial plants sometimes reaching over one yard in height. Poppy petals are showy, of almost any color and some have markings. The petals are crumpled in the bud and as blooming finishes, the petals often lie flat before falling away. Poppies have long been used as a symbol of sleep, peace.

Jasmine

Jasmine

The name Jasmine is derived from the Persian Yasameen ("gift from God") through Arabic and Latin. Jasmine is in the olive family and contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of Eurasia and Oceania. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their flowers. Jasmine's meaning varies by place and culture, but it often symbolizes love, beauty or sensuality.

Ginger Flower

Ginger Flower

Ginger Flower or Alpinia purpurata, ostrich plume or pink cone ginger is the national flower of Samoa and are native to Malaysian. Ginger has showy flowers on long brightly colored red pink or white bracts. Red ginger flowers symbolize fiery passion and the general theme running through each species of the plant is strength.

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.

Poppy

Poppy

Poppies are herbaceous annual, biennial or short-lived perennial plants sometimes reaching over one yard in height. Poppy petals are showy, of almost any color and some have markings. The petals are crumpled in the bud and as blooming finishes, the petals often lie flat before falling away. Poppies have long been used as a symbol of sleep, peace.

Sweet Pea

Sweet Pea

Sweet Pea is in the family Fabaceae (legumes) and they are native to Sicily, southern Italy, and the Aegean Islands. Scottish nurseryman Henry Eckford cross-bred and developed the sweet pea, turning it from a rather insignificant if sweetly scented flower into a floral sensation of the late Victorian era. They are grown for private enjoyment, exhibition, and for the floristry trade. Sweet peas have a range of beautiful colors (usually in pastel shades of blue, pink, purple, and white, including bi-colors) and also possess a subtle and unique fragrance.

Grevillea

Grevillea

Simultaneously minimalistic and exquisite, Grevillea Fresh Greens perfectly capture the essence of spring. Its stems showcase tiny leaves, which look more like woody barbs from a distance; the stems range from dusty green to russet red, and occasionally even features a silvery sheen.

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