Category Archives: Friday Florals

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…

Friday Floral – Thistle!

The blue thistle may be considered a weed in the gardening world, but it is a much loved design element in the floral industry. The distinctive snowflake-shaped bloom of the thistle contains small steel blue or white colored flowers with a cone center. In nature these unique flowers bloom from July through August, but they…

Friday Floral – Scabiosa!

The scabiosa or pincushion flower is an attractive summer blooming flower that sits atop a tall slender stem. This delicate flower is generally available through our flower wholesalers in a variety of colors ranging from white and light blue to pale pink and deep moody burgundy. Source1 Source2 Source3 Source4 Source5 The scabiosa flower is…

Friday Floral – Stock!

Stock, another unsung hero of the floral design world. Stock has a sweet, heady fragrance and large clusters of full, fluffy blooms at the end of singular stems. Stock plants thrive is cooler weather, but they can be found at any floral wholesaler at any time during the year. Continue reading to see just how…

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