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Take a tour of all of the fabulous Japanese flowers that Mayesh had displayed at The Special Event. Charity shows off flowers that last up to 3 weeks including: lisianthus, clematis, ranunculus, sweet peas, Ripple lisianthus, green crisp, Black Magic vanda orchids with 13 blooms per stem, white gloriosa lilies, Snake allium, tweedia in white, blue and pink, scabiosa, and spray roses.
Also, if you are looking for some flowers that will compliment Pantone’s color of the year “Marsala”, we have that too!
Wholesale Flower Product Showcase: Japanese Flowers at The Special Event 2015 from Mayesh Wholesale on Vimeo.
It is that time again … Japanese Flower season! We brought in lots of Japanese blooms for our Special Event booth this year. We plan on taking more pictures and creating a video, of course, but in the meantime hopefully these pretty pics will hold you over. Below you will find: pink tweedia, pink cosmos, light pink sweet peas, pink ranunculus, green ranunculus, scabiosa, light pink scabiosa, lavender scabiosa, purple lisianthus, pink lisianthus, white lisianthus, sweet peas, white tweedia, purple sweet peas, blue tweedia, and purple lucocoryne cravelle.
Please note that Japanese flowers are available at ALL of our Mayesh branches, however, due to price sensitivity, most items will only be available for pre-orders only. So if you want to spice up your designs with this product, be sure to place an order with your rep because you won’t see this product sitting around in the cooler.
Starting last year, we brought in Japanese flowers and as you may know they were a pretty big hit! We are kicking off the start of the Japanese flower season by our purchasing department touring the flower farms. I’m totally jealous that I’m not there, but at least we can see a few pictures! The pictures below are what Pam, our Director of Purchasing, has sent me so far. Her new favorite? The variegated pink ranunculus called Charlotte!
The season is just starting, so quantities are limited.
In this edition of the Mayesh Product Showcase, Lisa will show us some of the cool and unique product we have been receiving from Japan. She will also explain the Japanese grading system. Featured product: Sweet peas, bi-color anemone, chocolate cosmos, green hybrid spray roses, gloriosa, snake allium, epidendrum orchid and ranunculus.
The Ranunculus and sweet peas will only be around for a few more weeks, which is the basis for our shipments. So more than likely that will be when our Japanese season ends. It was fun while it lasted! Let us know if you were able to try out the Japanese product this season …. what did you think?
Last week I posted our Japanese Sweet Peas, and this week I wanted to show off a few other beautiful flowers that are available now. You’ll find some gorgeous ranunculus in many yummy colors, scabiosa and scabiosa pods below.
But first, if you are wondering why Japanese ranunculus are so exciting, check out these 2 pictures with Japanese ranunculus alongside regular ranunculus. Pretty amazing – right?!
If you keep up with our blog, then you may remember that back in December Mayesh announced that we would be bringing in Japanese flowers on a trial basis. I just received some amazing pictures of our Japanese Sweet Peas that I had to share with you from our California branches.
The first two pictures show the stem length and flower spike of these gorgeous blooms. Stay tuned for more pictures of other Japanese product …
The floral industry is blooming in Japan, with fresh cut flowers being developed by truly artisan farmers who have been perfecting their craft for centuries. Their fresh cut flowers are known for being pristine (even after being shipped long distances), along with unparalleled quality and grading standards. It’s their culture to do things at the highest level.
Due to many barriers, exporting Japanese flowers has been extremely difficult. We have been working on how to remove some of these barriers and this Spring we will be testing the viability of bringing in these novelty flowers from Japan! Below I have some pictures to share with you, just to give you a sample of these gorgeous cut flowers. Springtime is always a wonderful time of year and now we have even more to look forward to!