Category Archives: Friday Florals

Friday Floral – Camellia Foliage!

The camellia is a beautiful plant that grows quite prolifically in the southernmost regions of the U.S. and is the star of this Friday Floral blog. A dense shrub with brilliant foliage, the camellias flowers bloom in a every shade of pink, but the reason for such interest by florists is the amazing foliage. Camellia…

Friday Floral – Viburnum Berry!

The deep moody blue of the viburnum berry is definitely the color of the season. We have seen groomsmen dressed in suits of dark blue and tall taper candles of the same. I love the idea of choosing an accent color for a wedding from one of my favorite floral elements, and the viburnum is…

Friday Floral – Butterfly Ranunculus!

The absolutely stunning butterfly ranunculus is the star of today’s floral blog. As the name tells you, this incredible little flower is a close relative of another one of my personal favorites, the ranunculus. The butterfly ranunculus, however, appears much more carefree with it’s paper thin petals that fold back like the delicate wings of…

Friday Floral – Chocolate Cosmos!

This week is all about the beginning of fall! I must admit I get very excited after Labor day has passed when the days begin to cool and the colors begin to change. In honor of the first day of fall tomorrow, I bring you the chocolate cosmos for this Friday Floral, a true fall…

Friday Floral – Hanging Amaranthus!

Source1 Source2 Source3 Source4 Amaranthus is a beautifully unique plant that blooms in clusters of tiny flowers that stand upright or dramatically hang downwards. This hanging amaranthus is a particular favorite of florists and designers and is at its peak in late summer and early fall when the plant can grow to heights of 3…

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