Warmth, colour and joy are brought to you by the Chrysanthemum. This flower keeps summer going for a little longer in the month of September. On the site Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk the public will find everything there is to know about this flower. Do not hesitate to offer a wide range of choice of Chrysanthemums to your customers.
Summer flowers are scarce at the moment due to the hot weather. Despite these conditions, there are many interesting varieties available. John Vogels, purchasing team leader, has happily shared his top five favourite flowers for the month of September.
Summer is associated with colour, warmth and happiness: beautiful sunny days welcome blooms Delphinium, Allium and Gladiolus. Consumers will find lots of inspiration and information on Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk. August is the perfect month to present these flowers, typical of this wonderful season.
The beautiful thing about the changing seasons is that you can recognise the season by the available flowers! We have selected our top 5 summer flowers for you.
Impressive world traveller bursting with fabulous symbolism It’s easy to create a contemporary natural look with lilies. There's a wide choice of colours and shapes - it’s up to you! What adds to the lily’s appeal is that it’s bursting with symbolic meaning…
Parfum Flower Company offers you an experience, a journey of scent, with English garden roses from David Austin and the French scented Meilland Jardin & Parfum roses, as well with many other varieties of fragrant cut roses.
Holland Flower Bureau will spotlight a cut flower or group of cut flowers every month next year as well, providing inspiring and informative content.
Arend Roses will be launching a new large-flowered quality rose in week 25: Wow!® frombreeder DeRuiter. This novelty will be available on the rose auction clock at RoyalFloraHolland flower auction in Aalsmeer starting Monday the 18th of June.
Grower of this week is Amazing Astilbe. Quality is key with brothers Marc and Frank Rutgrink. This family business is fully focused on growing Astilbes.
It’s June, and that means it’s time for the gorgeous peony! This beauty will be shining in many vases this month, but can also be seen extensively in bridal bouquets and striking centrepieces.