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Craspedia

This multi functional flower commonly known as “Billy Button” or Craspedia globosa. It is native to Australia and New Zealand where they grow in a variety of habitats from sea level to the Alps. This striking flower is found on long stems making it a great striking bloom to use within both arrangements and bouquets. The yellow ball shape has a diameter of approx. 2 ½ cm, which is enough to make a contrast. The yellow flowers last for a tremendous time on the plant and dry fantastically. As a cut flower they last a long time, and can be dried out to be used in dried flower arrangements.


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Carnation

Carnations are the “marmite” of flowers. You either love them or hate them. Having been available for many years, it is amazing all the new colours that still are being introduced. The fashionable colour at present is green. Having rich apple green and pastel green varieties allows them to blend with neutral colour tones within our homes. However the classic pink, is a must have over Mothering Sunday. Being available as a single head or sprays lets the carnation be versatile. Having a soft delicate fragrance and the long vase life ensures that the carnation will continue to evolve and admired.


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Chrysanthemum

One of the most popular flowers a florist could use. With endless varieties, shapes and uses ensures that the chrysanth, that was first introduced in the UK in 1795 will continue to survive. The timeless variety of the “regan” (daisy like) is still admired as much as the new modern “kermit” (green button). Available is single blooms and sprays, allows different usage. The popular single bloom is the “Shamrock”. Bright green feathery single head, which has a long vase life. Very popular as a single stem in a bud vase with looped grasses.


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