Category Archives: Friday Florals

Friday Floral – Lilac!!

Lilac, the breathtaking aromatic beauty that is every florists springtime favorite! If you ask me, the lilac season is too short, blooming for just a few short weeks in May. I absolutely love the luscious blooms and intoxicating scent that this flower produces in the the spring. Here in Denver, Colorado we are at the…

Friday Floral – Fritillary!

The fritillary, also know as frit in the floral industry, is an absolutely gorgeous and super unique spring blooming flower with over 100 varieties. The distinct downward-facing blossoms are bell-shaped, saucer-shaped or tubular. On this Friday I am highlighting three of our most favorite varieties: snake’s head, imperialis and persica.Source1 Source2 Source3 Snake’s head fritillary…

Friday Floral – Grape Hyacinth!

Grape hyacinth is a tiny little blue beauty that looks just like a miniature hyacinth. Also called muscari, this delicate flower only grows to about 6 or 8 inches tall on a slender singular stem. Each flower cluster somewhat resembles a bunch of grapes all strung together up and down the stem. Although the grape…

Friday Floral – Craspedia!

Craspedia, also commonly know as Billy Balls or Billy Buttons are the whimsical little yellow flowers that blooms on a tall, leafless stalk in the shape of a rosette that somewhat resembles a tennis ball. A bright and sunny relative of the daisy and native to Australia, the craspedia will grow up to 24 inches…

Friday Floral – Spirea!

Spirea, also known as bridal wreath, is a favorite of gardeners and florists alike for its eye-catching beauty. The spring blooming variety of this deciduous shrub have delicate cascading and arched branches with large clusters of white flowers. Spirea shrubs can grow from 3 to 8 feet in height and up to 10 feet across,…

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