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Available Flowers D to L


Dahlias
A bold garden flower that is available late summer into fall, we like it because of the range of color and the fact that it comes in sizes from very small to very large.

Delphinium
The stately Delphinium is Carmen’s personal favorite flower. We use the huge stalks in church bouquets, smaller ones in center pieces and individual flowers in bouquets.

English Ivy
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. Use this in your bouquets, and after the wedding break off pieces, root them in water and you’ll have gifts for all the participants of your wedding. Remember to root a couple of pieces for yourself.

Equisetum
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. A wonderful line foliage. We use it in parallel arrangements.

Eucalyptus
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. When you want a beautiful, arching line, Eucalyptus is the foliage of choice.

Eustoma Lisianthus
Originally from Japan, Eustoma is very useful when long lasting pink, lavender or purple flowers are called for. Wonderful in springtime maid’s bouquets. 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. While the proper name for this is Eustoma, most of us call it Lisianthus. Relatively new on the scene, the pinks, lavenders, purples and whites of this flower are useful in all facets of bridal work, especially bouquets and centerpieces.


Gardenias
Fragile as they are, we still love gardenias. Not always available, but their pleasing aroma is wonderful for Mom’s corsages and bridal bouquets. 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. Fragrant, nostalgic and beautiful are all used to describe our old fashioned favorite, the Gardenia.

Gerberas
These very large size daisy like flowers come in many colors. We like them in maid’s bouquets and in table arrangements. 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. The daisy like Gerbera comes in a full range of colors excepting the blues and purples. Use orange and red in the fall and yellows and pinks for spring and summer weddings

Gladiolus
The tall, stately gladiolus is back in favor. We use them in church and reception arrangements. We take them apart to make Glamelias. See the bouquets we show. 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. The stately gladiolus is most often used in church bouquets and candelabras. In a very wide range of colors, they are used to make glamelia corsages. See Corsages.

Gloriosa Lilies
Truly a glorious flower. The striking orange and yellow combination in a flower with reflexed petals makes this a truly elegant flower. 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. Not always available, but absolutely striking in bridesmaids bouquets and corsages.

Grape Hyacinths
While only 7 or so inches long, and without odor, this miniature version of the hyacinth is lovely in bouquets, corsages and in table decorations at the reception. 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. The flower is only 4 inches long and on a 6 inch stem. It is used in bouquets and corsages and in dainty, springy table centerpieces.

Heather
Though available most of the year, we like it best in the springtime because it goes so well with Iris and Tulips and Daffodils as a filler flower. 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. Available throughout the spring months, heather in its shades of pink, mauve and purple is a wonderful filler flower in bridal bouquets.


Holly
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. The foliage of choice for a winter wedding. Shiny green or variegated leaves. often with berries, make the bouquet truly festive.

Hyacinths
Talk about a strong aroma, Hyacinths are it. We use them in table arrangements, to decorate a pew and even to string them together into a garland. 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. Each little floret of the very fragrant Hyacinth is often separated from the stem, wired and taped and used in corsages and in bridesmaid’s bouquets.

Hydrangeas
Float them in a bowl on each table. Use them to decorate the pews. Lovely in maid’s bouquets. These huge purple, lavender and white flowers ore being used more often 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. Back into popularity, the whole Hydrangea flower can be the focal point of a bouquet or individual florets can be wired and used through the bouquet or corsage.

Ilex
Female plants produce loads of beautiful red berries in autumn. Easily grown in a wide range of conditions.

Iris
The several shades of blue and purple that we see in Dutch Iris, available from January through June, Blend well with many other spring flowers.

Kale
Flowering Kale is a showy, ornamental plant, grown for its colorful leaves. In the Fall, when other flowers are dying off, Kale gives off a generous splash of color. The cool weather Flowering Kale plant, grows better in cool, and even cold weather.


Kangaroo Paws
From Australia, this very different flower combines well with Anthuriums and orchids for a very exotic look. 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. From Australia, the Kangaroo Paw, can be used as an accent flower in table pieces and in maid’s bouquets. Individual flowers are often added to corsages.

Knipofia
We don’t see this one very often. It’s only available in August thru October. But it does give a very strong line in fall maid’s bouquets with its orange and yellow colors.

Larkspur
A first cousin to the Delphinium, Larkspur is not nearly as striking, but it has a longer availability period and is wonderful in church and table arrangements. 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. It’s like a delphinium, only smaller and more delicate. We use it primarily in church bouquets and to decorate aisle and alter candelabra.

Lavender
Add an air of nostalgia. Think of sachets and potpourris. The aroma is wonderful. We use it both fresh and dried..

Leather Leaf 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. The most commonly used foliage for all types of arrangements. It holds up well and is inexpensive to use.

Liatris
In shades of purple and lavender, the Liatris is very useful in developing line in modern table and altar arrangements. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. A fine line flower for use in church bouquets as well as reception pieces. Comes in various shades of lavender and purple.