The peony is a significant flower, both historically and mythologically. A few common peony meanings include good fortune, happy marriage, prosperity and romance. They also coincide with honor, compassion and even bashfulness. There is a short season for peonies, with most of them blooming from late April to Mid June.
When you imagine what flowers are in-demand around Christmas time, the first to come to mind are surely Poinsettias. It is important to note that there are many different holiday flowers that don’t get as much attention as the Poinsettia. There are undeniable amounts of beauty in the flowers that don’t get the attention and spotlight. In this short blog we will be exploring one of our favorite holiday florals, the Christmas Cactus.
Protea, also known as Sugar Bush, is an exotic fresh cut flower originating from South Africa. The ancestors to the Protea are thought to be roughly 300 million years old. The Protea flower was discovered in 1735 by a Swedish botanist named Karl Linnaeus. Proteas are believed to have been named after the Greek God Proteus. This is because Proteus could transform into anything he wanted. In comparison, Protea’s have many shapes and colors, making it a perfect fit.
The winter holiday season brings beautiful flowers and fragrant greenery alongside its cold weather and in some places, snow. With many celebrations throughout the season, people love to go above and beyond when decorating. These decorations include fresh flowers, holiday greens, Christmas trees, wreaths and hundreds of other decorations. A popular decoration for this time of year is a dining table centerpiece. You can make a Christmas centerpiece with little time and few resources. Don’t worry about specifics as there are hundreds of beautiful ways to make a centerpiece.
Are you struggling to find unique fall decoration ideas? Here are a few easy and cheap ways to create something truly unique for your autumn decorating. Feel free to expand on these ideas however you feel fit!
Dahlias are timeless flowers that have been popular for centuries for their beauty and long history. A popular flower for wedding bouquets because of how many different types and colors are available. From the needle-like petals to the blossoms that starkly resemble a ball. Wholesale Flowers & Supplies is proud to carry many of these different varieties of Dahlia flowers. Let’s discuss some more about the meanings behind this beautiful flower and some fun facts about it.
The Marigold is a desirable flower year round; however, the demand is much higher in the fall. The popularity increases because of Halloween and Day of the Dead ceremonies. Their yellow and orange colors mixed with a distinctive smell make them an admired fall flower. A year round positive of marigolds is their pest control properties. The pungent odor keeps small insects away, in fact many people plant marigolds in their gardens. Also known as Calendula’s, these flowers grow anywhere from 6 to 48 inches tall. Their blossoms expand anywhere between 6 to 36 inches in diameter. Native to South America, Mexico and parts of the southwestern United States.
Are you paying too much for your flowers and floral supplies? Make Wholesale Flowers & Supplies your new home for all your floral needs. We have a large walk-in cooler full of fresh flowers and a variety of different plants with unbeatable price tags. Our warehouse is open to the public and spans over 20,000 square feet! The sales floor is filled with distinctive home décor, in fact we have hundreds of vases and pots in all different shapes & sizes. We carry a large selection of tools/accessories you may need to create something memorable and unique.
During the wintertime, there’s no substitution for having a sweet smelling and breathtakingly beautiful holiday arrangement on your table. At this time of year, when the air gets colder and the scent of pine is in the air, a lovely centerpiece showcasing seasonal flowers and greens is one of the best ways to show your holiday spirit.
One of the hottest trends this wedding season has been the addition of succulents to your ceremony. They can replace virtually any flower on your special day and are much hardier and sustainable. That means you can take home and admire a token from your special day for months even years after the party. Plant them in your garden and watch them grow like the love you and your partner share.