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Lilys

Lilys, are available in many colours and countless varieties. The usage of Lilys is diverse with different varieties conveying different messages. The more known varieties being the stargazer, yelloween, longiflorum, casablanca and calla adorns many vases with their sweet fragrances warming many rooms. Lilys are available with magnificent stem lengths allowing dramatic displays.

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Lizzie (Lisianthus)

Often referred to as a rose, lisianthus is a beautiful delicate flower. The double variety bares more resemblance to the rose with its ruffled effect of petals, however the single lizzie and piccolo variety is as equally impressive. Colours of pastel pinks, creams, white, lilac, green and purple makes lisiathus very popular with wedding work. It compliments roses and freesias perfectly. Cottage garden style bouquets is a must to include lizzie, as its branched foliage and buds looks so natural.


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Lucky Bamboo

According to Feng Shui masters, Lucky Bamboo within your home or place or work should bring good fortune. However, within the rules of floristry lucky bamboo adds structure and a focal line in flower arrangements. Not to be a sceptic, we stock large quantities of lucky bamboo and none of the staff as yet has won the lottery!

When incorporated within a bouquet, the lucky bamboo is a lovely little keepsake. Transferring into a glass vase with a small quantity of water will ensure that the stem will keep thriving. The height of the main stem will not grow any taller due to the tip being sealed with green wax, however the side shoots will continue to grow and more shoots will become apparent. A healthy lucky bamboo should root at the base and as long as the roots are covered in water you will have a happy bamboo.


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