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.

Dahlias

Dahlias

Dahlia are native to Central America and are the national flower of Mexico. The tubers were consumed as a food crop by the Aztecs. They range in size from two to 12 inches in diameter. Once cut and placed in a vase, dahlias thrive in plenty of water and cooler temperatures. Dahlias symbolize elegance, inner strength, creativity, change, dignity, and sacred values.

Snapdragon

Snapdragon

Snapdragons are native to the rocky areas of the United States, North Africa and Europe. The face of the floret resembles a dragon opening and closing its mouth when laterally squeezed. The leaves and flowers have been used as anti-inflammatory poultices. Snapdragons signify grace and strength.

Eucalyptus

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.

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.

Gerbera Daisies

Gerbera Daisies

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

Gerbera Daisies

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

Garbera Daisies

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

Gerbera Daisies

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.

Germini

Germini

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

Germini

Germini

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.

Nigella

Nigella

Love in the Mist, the common name for Nigella is native to Europe, Africa and southwest Asia and is a relative of Ranuncula. They are used in flower arrangements for both their dreamy florets and also their unusual bulky seed heads. Nigella is a symbol of what binds people together in love and harmony.

Veronica

Veronica

Veronica is a robust genus of flowering plants that includes more than 500 species, several dozen of which are cultivated as landscape flowers. Of these, one of the most popular is Veronica spicata, often known as spiked speedwell, which is often called just speedwell. Speedwell is a clump-forming plant with flowers that grow on stalks of medium height. Like other species in the Veronica genus, it belongs to the plantain family. It is grown for its showy spikes of long-lasting flowers that begin blooming in late spring or early summer. The meaning and symbolism of Veronica is loyalty.

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.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea

Hydrangea are native to Korea, China, Japan, and the Americas and the word is derived from Greek meaning water vessel. In most species the flowers are white, but in some species can be blue, red, pink, and purple. In Japan, hydrangea leaves are made into Ama-cha tea and used in a Buddha bathing ceremony. Hydrangea signifies unity.

Tansy Yarrow

Tansy Yarrow

Achillea, commonly known as yarrow, is named for the mythological Greek god Achilles, who is said to have used some of this plant’s more than 100 species for medicinal purposes. Today, yarrow’s blooms populate garden walks and floral designs alike, while herbalists continue to use the plant for its fever-reducing, skin-cleansing, and wound-healing properties. Yarrow's symbolic meaning is traditionally associated with healing which originates from Ancient Greek mythology.

Parvafolia

Parvafolia

Parvifolia has small, delicate, and fragrant foliage that can be oval or elongated. It gives alluring texture and fragrance to arrangements and can be used for wedding work, garlands, wreaths, and bouquets. Eucalyptus foliage can also be preserved and painted for use in dried arrangements. Parvifolia is derived from the Latin words Parvus meaning "small" and folium meaning "leaf", referring to the small leaves of this species.

Yarrow

Yarrow

Achillea, commonly known as yarrow, is named for the mythological Greek god Achilles, who is said to have used some of this plant’s more than 100 species for medicinal purposes. Today, yarrow’s blooms populate garden walks and floral designs alike, while herbalists continue to use the plant for its fever-reducing, skin-cleansing, and wound-healing properties. Yarrow's symbolic meaning is traditionally associated with healing which originates from Ancient Greek mythology.

Marigolds

Marigolds

Marigolds or Tagetes are from Mexico and are used in many Mexican festivities including The Day of the Dead. When planted, marigolds deter pests from invading neighboring plants such as tomatoes. Marigolds represent a remembrance and celebration of the dead, sacred offerings to the gods, the beauty and warmth of the rising sun and courage.

Agonis

Agonis

Agonis is a graceful, slender foliage all the way up the stem. The colors range from green to bronze to a rich burgundy tone. It is a very unique foliage and adds both texture and color to design work.

Myrtle

Myrtle

The aromatic common Myrtle (M. communis) is native to the Mediterranean region and the Middle East and is cultivated in southern England and the warmer regions of North America. In Greco-Roman antiquity, the common myrtle was held to be sacred to Venus and was used as an emblem of love in wreaths and other decorations.

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.

Strawflower

Strawflower

Strawflower blossoms will bring vivid colors to your landscape and craft projects alike. Strawflowers resemble daisies in form, but unlike daisies, the petals are stiff and papery. In fact, they aren’t true petals at all, but modified leaves called bracts. Strawflowers symbolize agreements.

Celosia

Celosia

Celosia is a close cousin to the Coxcomb and is native to Africa. They are used in floral decorating and food. Celosia is somewhat of a miracle crop of the future as it thrives almost everywhere without much care, diseases, or insect problems, reseeding itself abundantly. Celosia symbolizes immortality, affection, and most importantly humor.

Gomphrena

Gomphrena

Gomphrena is native to Central America including Guatemala and Panama. In Hawaii, they are used for leis. Trinidadians use Gomphrena in tea to treat baby gripe, cough, and diabetes while Caribbeans have used them to treat reproductive problems. The spiritual significance of Gomphrena relates to the immortality of an organized and conscious vital being.

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

Misty Blue

Misty Blue

Green Mist, or daucus carota, is native to Europe and southwest Asia and is also called Queen Anne’s Lace, named for Queen Anne of Britain and her great grandmother Anne of Denmark. Green mist are edible when young and tender but be careful because they resemble poison Hemlock and mistaking the two could prove fatal.

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.

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.

Daisy Poms

Daisy Poms

With their white petals and yellow centers, Killian Daisies symbolize innocence and the other classic daisy traits, such as babies, motherhood, hope, and new beginnings. Killian Daisies make lovely gifts for new parents and newborns.

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.

Magnolia

Magnolia

Magnolia is a genus of more than 200 species in the family of Magnoliaceae. They are native to tropical, subtropical and temperate regions of Asia and Central America. Growing as shrubs or trees, Magnolias are well known for their beautiful, showy and fragrant flowers and attractive, evergreen and glossy leaves. They are one of the loveliest garden plants!

Silver Dollar Eucalyptus

Silver Dollar 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.

Baby Eucalyptus

Baby 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.

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.

Gaillardia

Gaillardia

Gaillardia, also known as blanket flower, is an easy-to-grow, short-lived perennial with richly colored, daisy-like flowers. There are over two dozen species in the Gaillardia genus and most are native to some areas of North America. The common name may be a reference to how they can slowly spread and "blanket" an area.

Tuberose

Tuberose

Known as one of the most fragrant flowers in the world, Tuberose, produces clusters of stunning, large, pure white, exceptionally strong and enticing fragrant blooms. Tuberose is native to central and southern Mexico.

Safari sunset

Safari sunset

Dosuere an morci lobortis scelerisque blandit cosmopolis.

Novelty Green

Novelty Green

Dosuere an morci lobortis scelerisque blandit cosmopolis.

Allium

Allium

Dosuere an morci lobortis scelerisque blandit cosmopolis.

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. TAG: Fall-elujah, Thank Fall

Green trick

Green trick

Dosuere an morci lobortis scelerisque blandit cosmopolis.

Purple Anemone

Purple Anemone

Anemone in the Ranunculus family and originate from temperate climate zones. The word Anemone means daughter of the wind and is derived from the Greek word anemos, meaning wind. They represented a forsaken love.

Roses

Roses

Dosuere an morci lobortis scelerisque blandit cosmopolis.

You have successfully subscribed!
This email has been registered
×
Welcome Newcomer