Here’s a selection of the latest and greatest in wholesale flowers from the Brisbane warehouse, as captured by the talented eye of Cassie Keegan…
Long, slender stems adorn not one but two blooms of exquisite beauty! Hippeastrums, hippies to most of us, are becoming quite the regular here in Brisbane and are proving to be quite popular. Best not to put in foam arrangements but straight into vase water. The artiste within will certainly appreciate these.
David Austin Roses
Coming in various shades and tones David Austin Roses are one of the most popular flowers for weddings and we can see why! Being a garden variety rose they need lots of tender love and care, saying that they won’t last as long as a standard rose however they are incredibly beautiful.
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Another wedding favourite, the elegance of the Phalaenopsis Orchid is one on its own. Something about this flower never goes out of style with its timeless beauty. They should never be kept in the cold room as they prefer more of a room temperature than anything to be kept in pristine condition. If wiring your orchids for your wedding bouquets make sure to use a water source on each individual bloom, otherwise be prepared for a not so happy flower.
Don’t you just love the colour of this one? Mini Gerberas aren’t everybody’s favourite but you cannot surpass some of the colour tones. Keeping Gerberas well cut and in only a couple inches of water should be enough to keep these happy little guys… happy 🙂
Who doesn’t love a good native arrangement? And with Tetragona Nuts they can add that element of difference to your designs. They are a very long lasting nut so keeping them cut every few days should do the trick.
Just gotta get some of these floral wonders? Contact our team in Brisbane on Phone: 07 3391 8400
Photos and words by Cassie Keegan (who needs to send the marketing department a purty photos of herself so we can put it here).
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