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Available Flowers A to D

Agapanthus
Great for church bouquets, they come in white or lavender or deep blue. Sometimes we take the individual florets and tape them for corsages and bouquets Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form.

Allium
A member of the onion family of plants, we like the large Allium in very large church arrangements. Smaller varieties are used in centerpieces and even maid’s bouquets.

Alstroemeria
A fantastic flower. We use the stems in church and reception décor and then the individual florets in bouquets and corsages. All year availability and a wide range of color Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. A stem of Alstroemeria has 5 to 7 two inch florets at the top of a 30 inch stem, they’re perfect for centerpieces and church bouquets. And, magnificent, when torn apart, for corsages and bouquets.

Amazon Lilies
When available, they are beautiful., Often called the Eucharist Lily because they bloom in Mach and April, this flower is sometimes substituted for a gardenia; lasts longer.

Anemone
Wonderful in March and April when our brides want to use strong purples and reds in their bouquets and table decorations.

Anthurium
Want a tropical flower? This is it. It comes in strong reds, greens and even lilac and can be very small (3 inches) or very large (8″). Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. The most beautiful of all tropical flowers, the size ranges from 2 inches to 10 so we can use it in any exotic or tropical work.


Asparagus Fern
Foliage and greens play a very important part in the design of your wedding flowers. They add depth and color and texture to every thing that we use them in. Often used to add a dimension of airiness between the flowers in a bridal bouquet.

Baby’s Breath
We all know and love this beautiful, delicate, white lacy flower. Wonderful as a filler and to add interest to any bouquet. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. Baby’s Breath. Can there be a wedding without it? Use it in corsages, hair pieces, corsages and bouquets. A wonderful filler flower.

Bachelor Buttons
Need we say more? This is the perfect boutonniere for the groomsmen. A strong deep blue in color. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. Available nearly year round, Bachelor Buttons make wonderful boutonnières and can be used as a dark blue accent in bridesmaids bouquets.

Bells of Ireland
Small, 1 2/ inch, green cup shaped flowers nicely spaced along a stem. Wonderful for developing lines in a cascade bouquet and for reception pieces. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. The subtle spikes of this flower blend well in arrangements for the head table, the cake table and other places at the reception.

Birds of Paradise
We sometimes use the whole stem in church and reception arrangements. Sometimes we break the flower apart and use the individual blue and orange florets. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. What a combination of colors; orange and royal blue in one flower. We love it in exotic centerpieces. We take the flower apart and use the pieces in corsages.

Bittersweet
The most popular meaning for bittersweet or woody nightshade is truth and honesty. It also symbolizes friendly love or more aptly – platonic love. Looking at it from the point of view of witchcraft, it’s a flower that you can use for protection from evil spell as well as healing rituals. As a part of a cleansing or a protection ritual, it is believed that it sends out more power to the universe – keeping negativity and other bad things away from you


Boston Fern
Foliage and greens play a very important part in the design of your wedding flowers. They add depth and color and texture to every thing that we use them in. Boston Fern adds historic charm to any bouquet. It can be used to develop line or as a filler foliage.

Bouvardia
Sometimes used as a substitute for Stephanotis, Bouvardia is available in the spring time. It has no aroma, but comes in a delightful range of pastel colors. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. Popular, but short lived. Bouvardia gives a wonderful look to the bridal bouquet.

Calendula
Just an ordinary garden flower, but it is striking when you need golds and yellows in your color scheme. Available in August and September.

Calla Lilies
Back in style, mainly because they are so available, we love Callas. Take a look at the bridal bouquets featuring them in the bride’s bouquet section. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form.

Carnations
Perhaps our most versatile flower. We use it everywhere because it holds up so well and comes in so many colors and textures. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. The most common of all flowers, next to the rose, the Carnation comes in a myriad of colors and sizes.

China Aster
A very fine fall flower that we use when we need strong pinks and lavenders and purples. Holds up quite well.


Chrysanthemums, Daisy
Long lasting and very hardy, our daisy pom pons come in a myriad of colors and forms. Wonderful in corsages, noesgays and as filler flowers in nearly any situation. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. Part of the pom pom group. This one is very hardy and is usually substituted for the more delicate true daisy.

Chrysanthemums Football
Our favorite flower for church bouquets and large reception decor. Available all year in yellow. white and bronze tones. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. Bold and large. We most often use masses of Chrysanthemums in church decorations. Single flowers are used, too, as a focal point in maid’s bouquets.

Chrysanthemums Pom Poms
Long lasting and very hardy, our daisy pom pons come in a myriad of colors and forms. Wonderful in corsages, noesgays and as filler flowers in nearly any situation. Today, we have a greater selection of flowers than we have ever had. There is a full spectrum of color and a wide range of form. Part of the pom pom group. This one is very hardy and is usually substituted for the more delicate true daisy.

Creaspedia /Billy Buttons
This is a new one and available only part of the year. But the hard, yellow, ball shaped flower gives a new dimension for fall and early spring weddings.

Cyperus
Foliages and greens play a very important part in the design of your wedding flowers. They add depth and color and texture to every thing that we use them in. Like a shooting star above the arrangement, Cyperus allows us to add the illusion of height to a centerpiece without blocking cross table conversations.

Daffodils
What says “spring” better than a daffodil. We have them in a myriad of orange, white and yellow tones. Wonderful in maid’s bouquets and even for the bride. Modern shipping and communication have made it possible for Cosentino’s to search the world market for the perfect flower and colors for your wedding. This herald of spring is available January through early may and comes in shades of yellow, orange and white.

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