Flower 411: December 2018

 

 

December is here, which means great new flowers are available this month. Read on to see what’s new, like Icelandic Poppies!

 

 

Just Starting

 

Anemone – local & import

Genestra – local & import

Heather White – limited – short season

Paper Whites – import

Poppy Icelandic

Heather White – limited

Ranunculus – local

Ranunculus – Japan – $$$

Ranunculus – Italy

Ranunculus butterfly – local & Japan

Sweet Pea – Japan

Sumac flowering

Wax – local

 

 

Available

 

Agapanthus – Dutch

Alstromeria – import

Amaranthus Hanging – red & green – local

Amaryllis – import

Anthurium – import

Artichokes -baby – red & green

Artichokes large – red

Asclepias Cinderella – pink & white – import – $$$

Ascelpias Pods

Astilbe White – import

Astrantia – import

Aster Matsumoto

Aussie Pine

Bay leaf

Begonia Leaves

Bells – import

Bleached Dried Flowers – assorted – import

Bouvardia – import
Calla – large

Calla – mini

Camellia

Carnations

Chamomile

Chocolate lace

Clematis – Dutch only – no white

Cotton

Coxcomb – import

Cirsium Thistle – light pink

Cornflower – blue, choco, pink

Craspedia

Cymbidium

Cymbidium – mini

Dahlias – basic colors: burgundy, café, orange, pink, red, white

Daisy Killian – white

Dawn Viburnum Blooming branch

Delphinium Belladonna – dark blue & light blue

Delphinium Hybrid short – local

Delphinium Hybrid tall – import

Dendrobium

Dianthus Green – import

Dianthus Gypsy (burgundy limited)

Dogwood Branches (not flowering)

Dusty Miller

Echeveria

Eriostemon (not flowering)

Eryngium – import

Euc Pods – silver bells

Euphorbia flowering – Dutch

Festival bush – import

Freesia – local & import

Garden Roses

Gardenias

Geranium – chocolate & peppermint

Gerbera – assorted

Gloriosa – short – import

Gloriosa – XXL – Japan – $$$

Gomphrena – limited colors

Green Mist

Heather Pink

Hyacinth – import

Hydrangea – import

Hypericum

Ilex berry

Iris

Ivy

Kale – frilled – white & purple

Kale – large

Kale – Mini

Kangaroo Paw – import

Kochia

Kalanchoe

Kiwi Vine

Lavender

Leucadendron green, safari sunset, jester, goblet, goldstrike, salignum

Lily Asiatic

Lily LA Hybrid

Lily Oriental

Lisianthus – local & import

Limonium – blue, pink & Purple

Magnolia tulip budded branches

Maidenhair fern

Mokara

Muscari – import

Nerine – import

Nigella

Olive branches

Orlaya

Oncidium

Peony

Pepperberry – hanging

Pepperberry – upright

Phalaenopsis

Phlox – import

Pieris Buds

Plumosa fern – painted

Privet Berry Black

Protea King – pink & white

Protea Pink Ice

Queen Anne’s Lace – chocolate & white

Roses

Rose Hips

Rosemary

Safari Sunset

Sage green

Scabiosa – local & import

Scabiosa pods

Scented geranium

Smilax Southern

Solidago

Spray Roses

Spring Bouquet Viburnum

Snapdragons

Star of Beth – import

Statice – seafoam & sinuata

Stock

Succulents

Sunflowers – dark center, sunbeam, mahogany, red tint

Sunflower – mini

Thyme

Tinted foliages

Trachelium – import

Tropical flowers – ask

Tulips – single

Tulips – double

Tulips – French

Tulips – frilled

Tulips – parrot

Tweedia

Vanda

Veronica

Viburnum Tinus

Victorian Birch

Waxflower – local

 

Limited

 

Agonis

Artichoke – green – large

Banksia

Chocolate cosmos

Gerbera straight – red & white

Jasmine Vine (no flower)

Larkspur – white – extremely limited

Leucospermum – orange only

Protea Pink Mink

Protea – white

Protea Red Baron

Smilax Bags (CA)

Viburnum Berries – very limited

 

 

Finished/Not Available

 

Blackberry

Delph Bella – white

Calycina

Celosia feather – local

Explosion Grass

Gladiola – green

Grevilia flowering

Grapevine fresh

Grass Bunny Tail (sub Canary Grass)

Leucospermum – yellow, red & novelty

Lunaria

Marigolds

Millet

Pampas grass

Plum foliage

Pomegranates

Poppy pods

Raspberry

Rain Tree pods

Stephanotis vines

Strawflower

Talloberry

 

 

Coming Soon

 

Anemone – local

Valentine’s Day products

 

 

 

 

 

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