Category Archives: Friday Florals

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,…

Friday Floral – Freesia!

Freesia, a delicate funnel-shaped bloom that is considered one of the most fragrant flowers in the world. A beautiful bulb flower and member of the iris family, the freesia blooms in a wide variety of colors ranging from pure white to bright yellow, pale pink and lavender to deep purple. Source1 Source2 Source3 There are…

Friday Floral – Begonia Foliage!

The begonia is a quite common house plant native to tropical and subtropical regions that is typically grown for its unique, colorful and asymmetrical leaves. There are eight main classes of begonias that encompass all manner of size, color and shape of both flower and leaf. Leaves can be smooth or hairy, they can grow…

Friday Floral – Poppy Pods!

Oriental poppies are a show stopper every time with their vibrant color and delicate, tissue-like petals. The unique green seed pod that grows after the stunning poppy flower blooms and the petals fall off is another all time favorite in the floral industry. The poppy pod is loved all year, but especially so in the…

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