Bouquets

Christmas and the weeks leading up to it are a wonderful time of year, especially for cut flowers. Snow, chesnuts, holly, christmas trees, eggnog, Reindeers, red noses …. BUT.  If you live in Australia Christmas is different. For starters it’s hot. Even Father Christmas

In the language of flowers Mr Tulip in any colour means ‘perfect lover’. In the 1600s tulips were the most expensive flower in the world, in fact so expensive some were even valued higher than most homes. This trading far above

Ms Gardenias is called “kuchinashi” in Japanese. This literally means “no mouth” and is a reference to the fruits which do not open, even when ripe. Gardenias fragrance is just out of this world and their deep green, glossy leaves make

Legend has it the origin of hyacinth can be traced back to a young Greek boy named Hyakinthos. As the story goes, two gods – Apollo the sun god, and Zephyr the god of the west wind – adored Hyakinthos

Mr Dendrobium is Angelina Jolie's favourite cut flower.  Mr Dendrobium Orchid is the Chinese symbol of spirituality. In the language of flowers, orchids mean ‘love, beauty and refinement’, little wonder then that it is often used in wedding bouquets and arrangements. The Orchid