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Lilacs
During their short availability, the month of May, lilacs are wonderful for table decorations and in maid’s and brides bouquets. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. Everyone loves a lilac, in it’s shades of pink and lavender and in white. Best during the month of May. Available but expensive the rest of the year.

Lilies, Asiatic
Smaller than the Casa Blanca and available in a myriad of colors, the Asiatics are used in table pieces, on church altars, The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. Today’s lilies come in a fascinating array of colors from whites to pinks, through the yellows, oranges and reds. Good for bouquets as well as church arrangements.

Lilies Casa Blanca
Is it the look of the large white flower or the aroma that makes this one of our most popular flowers for any bride’s bouquet? The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. The Casa Blanca lily, used in many bride’s bouquets gives a strong, yet not outstanding, focal point to the creation.

Lily of the Valley
If only we could have these throughout the year. But from mid May to mid-June they are a favorite. Book early, they’re scarce. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. Normally available from late May to early June these miniature spikes of fragrant, bell shaped flowers speak daintiness. Yes, we can locate Lily of the Valley throughout most of the year. We need about a three week advance notice.

Limonium
When baby’s breath is not available, we use limonium. Works very well hand has just a tinge of lavender, pink or blue. A really nice filler flower. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. Relatively new on the market, Limonium is a very fine and lacy filler flower used in corsages and bouquets and table centerpieces.

Marguerite Daisies
We don’t see this one very often. We tend to substitute the longer lasting, more beautiful daisy Chrysanthemum. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. This old fashioned daisy, still available, has been pretty much replaced by the hardier daisy Pom pom.


Marigold
A favorite garden flower in informal settings. Beautiful golds and bronzes and yellows. Use sparingly because of the pungent odor.

Mini Pineapple
Yes, a miniature pineapple. And they make a beautiful focal point in table center pieces. Anne Marie has used them to make beautiful maid’s bouquets.

Myrtle
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. Strong, straight and bold lines are the reason we use Myrtle in our flower arrangements.

Nerium
Mostly from Holland, the Nerium can be used to make an exotic focal point in an arrangement. Wonderful, too, in cascade bouquets. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. The open airiness of this lovely flower adds a new dimension to any bridesmaid’s bouquet.

Orchid, Cymbidium
They used to call this the baby orchid and used it in Easter and Mother’s Day corsages. Now, with a longer season, we like it for bouquets and corsages.

Orchid, Oncidium
Often called the dancing lady orchid, oncidiums will add bold yellows and bronzes and motion to the maid’s bouquets.


Orchids, Cattleya
Moms and Grandmas still love to receive this beautiful, old fashioned orchid. To many people over 50, this is “the orchid” The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. The original orchid and it is still in use today. Very chic. It is now available in all shades of purple and lavender and mauve and pink and yellow and in white.

Orchids, Dendrobium
Another of the spray orchids, small and dainty and in a beautiful array of colors from white through the purples and lavenders. We use both stems and individual flowers.

Orchids, Lady Slipper
Truly it looks like a lady slipper. In greens and yellows and bronze tones it will make an outstanding corsage for the mothers of the bride and the groom. Modern shipping and communication have made it possible for Cosentino’s to search the world market for the perfect flower andf colors for your wedding. The exotic Lady Slipper orchid, in shades of tan, green and brown works well as a corsage flower and helps make that bouquet very different.

Orchids, Phalaenopsis
We call this one the Cocktail Orchid. It is used to make magnificent, formal cascade bouquets. Perfect for Mom’s corsages, too. Often used in place of Gardenias. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. The most commonly used of all the spray orchids. We call it a cocktail orchid. Size ranges from 2 to 5 inches and colors from white through the pinks and lavenders.

Palm Leaves
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. Most often used as a backing for the bouquets that go on the altar or the flowers attached to the candelabra

Peony
Available for a very short period of time in the spring, peonies come in bold reds, lovely pinks and and white and make a very strong statement where ever they’re used. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. Available only in late spring, the peony is used as a focal point in maid’s bouquets and in church and reception arrangements.


Pittosporum
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. Strong and bold, green or variegated. Pittosporum is used as a base, to hide the mechanics of the bouquet or table arrangement.

Poinsettia
Think of a Christmas Wedding. Think muffs. Think muffs decorated with poinsettia blossoms and holly. Spectacular. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. Fantastic for winter weddings on white or hunter green muffs or in cascade bouquets. New varieties of Poinsettias give us a whole range of colors in reds and pinks, whites and apricots and fantastic new forms.

Protea, King
Another of the Proteas, the King. Just one flower and some foliage and a few small blooms and Anne Marie will create a spectacular presentation. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. A very large and heavy flower. We use it primarily in arrangements at the church and for the reception.

Protea Pin Cushion
Originally from South Africa, the Proteas will give an exotic look to the bride’s bouquet. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. For an exotic look on the dinner table or as a focal point in the brides maid’s bouquets, Protea is a standout flower.

Queen Anne’s Lace
We see it by the roadside in mid-summer. The cultivated varieties, it comes from California, are truly lacy and beautiful and long lasting. The ever changing variety of flowers available to Cosentino’s makes it a very exciting business. Sure, it grows wild in this area in July, but the rest of the year we fly this delicate flower in from California when we want an open and lacy look.

Ranunculus
Or buttercup flower. It’s available in the spring months. Doesn’t hold up well in bouquets, but it gives a wonderful dimension to table arrangements and centerpieces. Today the flowers we will use in your wedding are being flown in, via Miami, from Colombia and Ecuador, Hawaii and Thailand, Holland and even Zimbabwe. The beautiful Ranunculus, with it’s bold orange or yellow, red or pink blooms can make a statement in any bridesmaid’s bouquet.

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