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Flower 411: November

 

Flower 411 November Product Availability

 

PRODUCT UPDATES – 11/1/2017

This month in the world of wholesale flowers…

 

California product is starting to dwindle down in availability. We will be moving to more import.

Oregon has had a frost so they are finished with all flower crops and deciduous foliages.

 

Finished / Not Available

 

Acorns

Anemone Japanese

Artichoke Blooming

Blackberry vines- foliage only

Calendula

Chamomile yellow daisy- no one grows this anymore

Chestnuts

Clematis – local

Cosmos- pinks and whites

Cotinus Blooming

Cotinus Foliage- last week

Delphinium Belladonna Light Pink

Echinops

Eremurus

Eucomis

Euphorbia Dog Eye

Fruiting branches – Blueberry

Fruiting Branch Pomegranate

Garnet Kings/ Peter Johns- Grower went out of business

Ginger Beehive

Heather white or pink- local starts end of November

Hellebore – New Zealand

Honey Suckle

Hops

Hydrangea lacecap

Hydrangea peegee

Kumquats- restricted movement by the Department of Agriculture

Lace Flower

Leucadendron Jester – finishing

Lupine

Maple Folaige

Marguerite daisy

Matsumoto aster- Peach, Yellow, White

Ninebark

Oregano Kents Beauty and Hopley’s pink

Pokeweed

Poppy Matilda

Poppy oriental

Poppy Icelandic- no poppy of any type available

Protea Waratah

Rain Tree pods

Riceflower – locally, no white, pink is barely 14” tall

Rose Hips Pumpkin

Rose Hips Magical

Rudbeckia

Sedum

Shasta Daisy

Snowberry

Spirea

Stephanotis Vines

Thryptomene/ Calycina- Import

Viburnum foliage

Yarrow tansy button

 

 

Limited

 

Agonis-$$$$$

Anemone- import

Artichokes all size and colors – gapping

Aster Matsumoto- White, Lavender, light/medium pink- almost non-existent

Begonia Foliage

Birch Victorian

Calicarpa – Beauty Berry

Celosia Feather – import , local is limited volume and color selection

Cottage Yarrow – white, peach, cream – go import

Dahlias – Burgundy – demand is insane, supply is limited

Delphinium Belladonna White

Delphinium Belladonna light blue

Delphinium hybrid all colors

Dianthus Green Ball- local is trickling in

Eucalyptus Gunni

Eucalyptus Small leaf  (moon lagoon, gumdrop, parvifolia, bonsai)

Freesia Super – local -$$$$

French Tulip- finished in Holland, only one local vendor limited amounts and colors (NO PEACH)

Foxglove- all colors very limited  white & htp finished… limited Illumination

Iris regular – no light blue

Gardenias

Gomphrena White

Hydrangea local Limited, mostly antique greens

Nigella

Papyrus Lions Head- advance notice required

Pampas Grass – large orders – advance notice required

Protea- Protea Blushing Bride- import- winding down

Protea King white (SUPER Limited)

Protea white – import and local but limited

Ranunculus – import

Scabiosa white annual

Scabiosa black, burgundy, perennial white

Scabiosa- Limited Local and Import

Strawflower- yellow, bronze/orange, purple only

Sweet Pea- Dutch only, limited color selection

Virburnum Spring Bouquet (tinus)

 

 

Available

 

Alchemilla Mollis – import

Allium- import only (Dutch)

Amaranthus

Asclepias- local and import  (orange is limited)

Aster Matsumoto- hot pink purple, red

Banksia prionotes and menziesii

Bear Grass Super

Birds – import only

Bouvardia- very limited locally (no light pink grown in usa) – go import (has all colors)

Brunia Silver

Bupluerum

Calla- calla supply is unpredicatable lately, heavu to flame and yellow-low on pinks and whites

Campanula- import only $$$$$

Chamomile/ Matricaria/feverfew

Chinese Lanterns – leafless

Clematis – Import only- no White

Cosmos Chocolate

Cotton

Coxcomb- Import

Craspedia-local and import

Crocosmia Flower – import – $$$$

Crocosmia Pods- import only

Delphinium Bella dark blue

Dianthus Green trick or Green Ball- Import

Dahlias – Most local outdoor dahlia crops should be finishing up.The supply of Burgundy from all growers is becoming limited and may hit a gap in between crops. Greenhouse dahlias from our year round dahlia growers are right around the corner.  This means basic colors.

Oregon dahlias – Swan Island will not be available this year

Dogwood branches- (not blooming) – leafless

Echinacea cones

Festival Bush

Gomphrena

Freesia – local finished, import only

Hepatcodium

Hibiscus pods – Red

Jasmine vine no flower

Ilex – Orange, Red

Laurel foliage – variegated

Lisianthus – Local- white, purple, pink, yellow

Lisianthus Import only- black, blush, brown, peach

Lily of the valley- import only $$$$

Lysmachia- import

Magnolia – local California and Florida

Millet – green and black upright, green hanging

Monkshood

Oak Leaves

Orlaya

Ornithogalum- white, yellow orange- Import

Ornithogalum Arabicum- Import

Passion vine

Pepperberry hanging and upright

Peony- all colors available

Persimmons- orange

Phlox- import

Pieris Bud-form pieris in good supply, still tight bud, no flowers until January

Poppy pods

Privett- black berries

Protea Pink Ice

Pincushion Protea (Leucospermum) orange – import

Red Rover Disbuds

Rose Hips – Red

Scabiosa Pods – Local

Scented Geranium

Southern Smilax

Statice – blue not available for the rest of the year

Stephanotis

Sunflower- black center, green center, tinted red, Teddy Bear, Bi Color (Mahognay)

Trachelium – Import

Tulips- production locally and import going up

Tweedia local

Veronica- Local and Import

Vine Maple

Waxflower- local purple and pink available/ white limited

Waxflower Hybrid- Import

Wax – import

Yarrow yellow- local

 

November 2014 Wholesale Flower Product Showcase: American Grown Flowers

In this edition of the Mayesh Product Showcase, Lisa highlights product that is grown here in the United States.  Being based in California, we have much love for our grower neighbors, along with growers throughout the rest of the country and wanted to give you a sample of what is available right now.  The majority of our product videos feature product from all over the world, but we have had customers ask about local or American product so I hope to highlight this product each season.

Featured product: Magnolia leaves, white tulips, Ad Rem tulips, tweedia, sunflowers, green hydrangea, coxcomb, Corcovado lily, Amarossi lily, Telesto lily, garden roses, garden spray roses and heather.

 


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