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Available Flowers R to Z


Rose
We use them everywhere. The colors are wonderful and the newer varieties hold up very well. This is the universal flower. 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 queen of all flowers, the rose comes in a myriad of colors and shapes and forms and can be used in every facet of the wedding.

Rose Pink
We use them everywhere. The colors are wonderful and the newer varieties hold up very well. This is the universal flower. 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 queen of all flowers, the rose comes in a myriad of colors and shapes and forms and can be used in every facet of the wedding.

Scabiosa
A garden flower. Not Carmen’s favorite. But brides ask for it and we include it for identity purposes. Does not hold up well in bouquets. 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. A garden flower, prized for it’s beautiful shape and colors. Available primarily in late summer and used mostly in table arrangements.

Scarlet Plume
It is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family Euphorbiaceae, native to Mexico. Growing to 4.9 tall by 3.3 ‘ broad, it is a deciduous shrub with long, weeping branches and narrow leaves. In winter orange-red flowers growing in the leaf axils cover the length of the branches

Scotch Broom
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. We use this to form strong, arching lines in arrangements. With it, you can give a table centerpiece height, without obstructing the view across the table.

Snapdragons
The colors are beautiful and from January through June, snapdragons are wonderful flowers for church bouquets and reception arrangements. 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 primary use for Snapdragons is for church bouquets and for larger reception pieces. A beautiful range of colors. Pastels and whites especially useful.


Solidago
Some call it golden rod, but ours if greenhouse grown in California. No, it does not cause hay fever. But, it does make a very fine filler flower. 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. Solidago, often called Golden Rod, does not cause hay fever or allergies and is useful as a filler flower in bridal bouquets and in table pieces.

Spray Carnations
The smaller version of the carnations, this one lends itself well as a filler in bouquets using larger flowers. A wonderful palette of colors. 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. Like their big sisters, the spray carnations come in many colors and color combinations. Their smaller size makes them ideal for bouquets and table pieces.

Spray Roses
Sort of like a sweeheart rose, but with several to the stem. 5 or 6 stems in a bud vase make a wonderful table decoration. Also used in corsages and boutonnieres. 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. Similar to the sweeheart rose, the spray rose has many small flowers on a single stem and is useful for centerpieces and in dainty bouquets and corsages.

Sprengeri 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. Light and airy and feathery are words that best describe this often used foliage for wedding flowers.

Star of Bethlehem
We just love this elegant, stately flower. In water, in the home it will last for several weeks. There are 4 or 5 varieties, each beautiful in its own way. 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. A favorite from Christmas through Valentines Day, this white flower works well in any bridal situation. Often called Chincherinche.

Statice
Whatever the color scheme, we can find a variety of Statice that will work as a filler flower. Gives some zing to maid’s bouquets in pastel colors. 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. In a full spectrum of color, the statice is most often used in garden weddings as a filler for the bridesmaid’s bouquets, center- pieces and arrangements.


Stephanotis
The perennial favorite. Stephanotis combined with roses or lilies or gardenias or nearly any flower will make a spectacular presentation. 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. Fragrant and formal, the tiny Stephanotis bloom is used in corsages and bouquets throughout the year.

Stock
Yes, that’s the name. . .Stock. Purples, lavenders, pinks and white, we like this for table centerpieces, pew bouquet and larger arrangements. It does have an odor. In whites, lavenders, purples and pink, Stock works well in table and altar pieces. Makes a beautiful, informal cluster of flowers to carry.

String Smilax
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 available, we drape this in front of the head table or circle the cake for a wonderful effect. When not in season, we make a garland of various greens.

Sunflowers
Sunflowers are in. Need we say more? They vary in size for 3″ to 12″, and in color from lemon yellow through the bronze tones. We have many uses for this beauty. Everybody loves sunflowers. Yellow is the most common. Small blooms can be used in bouquets and centerpieces and larger flowers in altar bouquets.

Sweet Peas
Oh, if only they were available year round. This was Grandma’s favorite bouquet flower. But, in the 21st century it has become difficult to grow. We can get them in May. An old time favorite for springtime weddings. Order early so we can locate a supplier of this scarce flower. Springtime availability only.

Sweet William
We like to use this bold flower for table centerpieces and pew décor during its short season in June and July. A member of the carnation family, the Sweet William comes in a beautiful range of bicolor and works well in table and reception arrangements


Tree 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. A wonderful filler foliage for table arrangements. Adds depth without heaviness.

Tuberose
Magnificent small tubular flower along a 24 inch stem with an unbelievable fragrance. For large bouquets. And, we can wire each individual bloom for use in brides bouquets. Originally from Mexico, the very fragrant Tuberose adds a new dimension when used in the bride’s bouquet,

Tulips
So many colors and shapes and forms. Tulips are wonderful in table centerpieces and pew bouquets and for the maids to carry. The tulip in it’s wide range of colors, nearly every color but the blues, will turn any drab spring day into pure sunshine.

Wax Flower
A very fine filler flower. It comes in lavender and white and pink. A pink and lavender filler flower for corsages and bouquets as well as table centerpieces.

Wheat and Other Grains
Wheat Centerpieces make magnificent table centerpieces. Wheat Centerpieces make perfect decorations and centerpieces for almost any party. These wheat arrangements can stand upright on its own without the need of a vase or anything around them or add flowers, dried leaves, mini straw bales to give your table a lot of eye candy. Wheat centerpieces have amazing natural beauty that can’t be beat with with other manufactured centerpieces. These wheat centerpieces are hand made with all natural products. You will love the look these centerpieces give you tables.

Zinnia
Bold and beautiful for a casual summer wedding. The bright colors really stand out whether used in maid’s bouquets or table centerpieces. Holds up very well. Bold and beautiful. Zinnias, available during late summer and early fall are perfect for the garden wedding in bouquets and for table decorations.