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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

 

 

 

 

 

Mayesh Flower Care Guide Download

 

Flowers can be a delicate business, with some varieties even more delicate than others. With all of these different varieties, it can be hard to know how to properly take care of them. To help with this, we created a Flower Care Guide to share our best tips and tricks of taking care of some of the more delicate varieties.

 

Download our Flower Care Guide and keep it handy whenever you receive new product to process!

 

Introducing… A Minute With Mayesh

 

We are so excited to introduce our brand new series, A Minute With Mayesh! In this series, we’re breaking down our monthly Mornings With Mayesh content into bite-sized pieces. Each video will focus on one topic so you can get information on the things that you’re curious about. Full of flower tips, business tricks and everything in-between, you don’t want to miss it!

 


 

In this episode we talk about gold rose varieties, their availability, and more – check it out below!

 

 

 

Mayesh Market Preview: October 2018

 

Have you checked out Mayesh Market yet, where you can shop online for Mayesh flowers, live 24/7? Visit mayesh.com/shop to learn more and to register!

 

Check out this small sample of products available now: hellebores, carnations, calla lilies, roses, and peonies!

 

 

If you are registered already, then feel free to start shopping!

 

Mayesh Rose Guide Download

 

With so many rose varieties available in all shades imaginable, it can be difficult to narrow down which rose is perfect for your arrangement or event. To help make the decision easier, we curated a Rose Guide that includes the top-selling roses in each color category.

 

Download our Rose Guide and keep it handy for wedding and event consultations, a reference for new employees, and everyday use when planning the perfect palette!

 

Flower 411: October 2018

 

October brings great new flowers, from peonies from Chile to local ilex! Read on to see what the latest product availability is.

 

*Please note: the Local California and Oregon cut flower season is winding down, product availability is limited.

 

 

Just Starting

 

Callicarpa – limited

Cone flower/Echinacea

Eriostemon

Hydrangea – hot pink, blurple, antique – local

Ilex – gold – Portland

Ilex – orange – local

Ilex – red with leaves – Portland

Lisianthus – light brown – import

Nandina – Oregon

Peony – Chile

Pieris buds – tight buds won’t open – Oregon

Pink Ice Protea – local

Pumpkin Rose Hips

Viburnum Snowball – Chile

Yarrow – yellow

 

 

Available

 

Acacia Foliage – purple feather

Acacia Foliage – Knifeblade

Alchemilla Mollis Local – import

Agapanthus – import

Allium- import

Amaranthus Hanging – green

Amaranthus Upright – green, red, bronze

Amaryllis – import

Anemone – limited burgundy – import

Asclepias – local

Astrantia – import

Banksia Protea – import only – local orange just starting

Begonia Leaves

Bell of Ireland

Bittersweet Vine – orange

Bouvardia – import

Broom Corn

Bupluerum

Cattails

Celosia Feather – limited colors

Camelia Foliage

Chinese Lanterns

Clematis Flower – no white – Dutch

Clematis Pods – import

Cornflower – blue

Cosmos – chocolate – local

Cotinus – purple foliage only

Coxcomb Large – Dutch

Coxcomb -smaller headed – local

Craspedia – local

Crocosmia Flower – local & Dutch

Crocosmia pods – import

Cymbidium – large or mini – New Zealand

Dahlias – burgundy and peach are limited

Ball Dahlias

Delphinium Belladonna – dark blue

Dianthus Green Trick or Green Ball – import

Dianthus Gypsy – hot pink and purple

Eremurus – import

Explosion Grass

Freesia regular – import

Fruiting Branch Persimmon

Fruiting Branch Pomegranate

Gardenias

Gloriosa short – Dutch

Gloriosa long – Dutch

Gerbera – local

Gomphrena

Green Mist

Grevillea Foliage

Grevillea Flower – assorted only

Hellebores – green only- import & Dutch

Hosta – import

Hyacinth – import

Iris

Kale – large – local & Dutch

Kale – mini – local

Kale Frilly – local & Dutch

Kangaroo Paw – import

Leis and Lei strands – orchids and stephanotis

Lilac – import only – $$$$$

Limonium – import or local (limited)

Lisianthus – regular colors (no brown) – local

Lisianthus – light Brown, dark brown – import

Lily of the Valley – import

Manzanita Natural & Sandblasted

Marigolds – yellow & orange

Nerine – import

Ornithogalum – white, yellow, orange – import

Ornithogalum Arabicum – import

Passion Vine foliage w/ flowers

Penny Cress – import

Pepperberry Hanging w/berries

Phlox – import

Privett Berry – green

Queen Anne’s Lace

Ranunculus – limited Burgundy – import – South America

Sages – culinary – Portland

Scabiosa Annual – black & white – local

Scabiosa Annual all colors – import

Scabiosa Perennial – white & blue – local

Scented Geranium

Sedum – pink/brown (almost finished)

Southern Smilax – Texas

Stephanotis

Stephanotis Vines

Sunflower – black center, green center

Tulips – double, frilled, parrots extremely limited – local

Tweedia – local

Veronica – blue & white, limited pink – local & import

Viburnum Berry Black – import

Viburnum Snowball – import only

Waxflower- purple – local, other colors import only

 

 

Limited

 

Agonis

Artichokes – all size and colors

Brunia – silver – $$$$$

Chamomile/Matricaria/Feverfew

Chocolate Lace

Delphinium Belladonna and Waltz – light blue

Delphinium Hybrid – local

Dusty Miller Lacey

Echinops – local

Eucalyptus Gunni

Eucalyptus parvifolia

Eucalyptus Small Leaf  (moon lagoon, gumdrop, bonsai) – extremely limited

Gardenia Foliage

Godetia – limited colors – import

Grevillea Flowering – asst only – local

Jasmine – foliage only – very limited

Larkspur

Lavender English – local production very limited, but plenty of French

Lily of the Valley – local 10st – $$$$$$$

Nigella flower

Nigella pods

Ninebark

Orlaya

Papyrus Lions Head – advance notice required – Costa Rica

Pieris Japonica – barely starting a few weeks out still

Peony Tree

Pokeweed with berries

Protea King white – limited

Smilax Bag

Snapdragons – no burgundy

Statice Sinuata – NO peach

Statice Sinuata

Statice Tissue – heat damage

Strawflower

Sunflower mini – black center

Sweet Pea – Dutch

Vine Maple

Yarrow Cottage – limited colors – import

 

 

Finished/ Not Available

 

Acacia foliage pearl

Amaranthus Yearning Desert white – we are no longer able to import this season because of California Agriculture

Anemone – local

Bear Grass – super length – only available in the late summer now

Bleeding Hearts

Blossom (blooming branches) – all

Chamomile Yellow Daisy – no one grows this anymore

Clematis – local – grower has severe damage – will not cut any for all of 2018

Buddleia

Cosmos – pinks, cream & whites

Cotinus flowering – all colors

Eucalyptus flowering

Delphinium Belladonna – white

Dogwood Flowering

Foxglove

Fruiting Branch – Blueberry

Fruited Branch – Raspberry

Fruited Branch – Blackberry

Genestra

Grasses from Portland

Heather – all colors, all types

Hellebores – all colors except green

Honey Suckle – gapping due to heat

Hops – all forms

Hydrangea Lacecap

Hydrangea Peegee

Japanese maple foliage – red

Kumquats restricted by the Department of Agriculture – not available until further notice

Lace Flower

Lunaria – finished for the year

Magnolia Blooming

Marco Polo Thistle

Marguerite Daisy – white

Mock Orange

Ninebark

Pieris Japonica flowering

Poppies – hybrid & Icelandic

Protea – white

Pussy Willow Fantail

Protea Pink Mink

Ranunculus – local

Shasta Daisy

Snowberry

Spirea – local, Dutch or Japan

Sterling Range Heather

Sweet Pea – Japan

Tallowberry

Thryptomene/Calycina – import

Viburnum Berry – red, yellow, green, blue, black

Viburnum Blooming all types

Viburnum Pink – Mary Milton

Viburnum Popcorn

Weigelia

 

 

Coming Soon

 

Blueberry foliage – purple

Dogwood, Curly Willow, Pussy Willows

Peony from New Zealand – 2 weeks away

Privet – black berries

Spring Bouquet Viburnum

 

Mayesh Market Preview: October 2018

 

Have you checked out Mayesh Market yet, where you can shop for Mayesh flowers online, live 24/7? Visit mayesh.com/shop to learn more and to register!

 

This is just a small sample of what is available online now, check out the video for a taste, then head to Mayesh Market to see more awesome products at great prices!

 

 

 

 

If you are registered already, then feel free to start shopping!

 

Wondrous Brown Lisianthus

 

 

We are so excited to introduce this brand new lisianthus variety grown exclusively for Mayesh by Montana Lisianthus. Read more about Montana Lisianthus here – one of our favorite growers in our Luxe Blooms line!

 


 

These beautiful single blooms have touches of light brown, nude and peach tones, and are the perfect color for the quickly approaching fall season! As this is a new product, quantities may be limited – connect with your sales rep to find more info about availability.

 

 

 

Moon Gate Arches and Floral Hoops

 

Moon gate arches and floral hoops can really add that wow factor to any event with their unique shape and ethereal nature. Plus, they’re not hard to design once you get going. All you need are some clippers, zip ties/floral wire, a water source, and of course, those beautiful wholesale flowers. Then you just need the actual hoop or arch itself!

 

 

Have you ever wondered, though, where you can get your hands on a moon gate arch or floral hoop? If you have, look no further, because we did the research for you. Check out our list below, and let us know in the comments if you’ve found somewhere else to get one!

 

Moon Gate Arch – FlowersByNelly – Etsy

 

Moon Gate 7 ft. Steel Arch Arbore – Hayneedle

 

Moon Gate Garden Arch – A Garden Place

 

84″ Moon Gate – Amazon

 

19″ Silver Floral Hoop By Ashland – Michaels

 

Looking for a more DIY option? Quilting hoops or hula hoops work great – and they’re both easy to find and inexpensive! Looking for a larger hoop or moon gate arch? Connecting with a local welder is a great option to be able to customize exactly what you want!

 

Check out our previous Mayesh Design Star Christy Hulsey as she walks you through how to design a floral hoop. Her tips and tricks are perfect for any size, from a small floral hoop all the way up to an extra-large moon gate arch!

 

 

Host: Christy Hulsey,  Colonial House of Flowers
CHOF Team: Kaitlyn Baxter, Amanda Currier, Lanier Hays, Taylor Ellen
Styling: Whitney Downs, Whitewood Events
WE Team: Erica Cleary, Ashley Stalvey
Videographer: Justin Peay Productions
Photographer: Kelli Boyd Photography
Floral Supplies: Accent DecorOasis Floral ProductsDesign Master
Napkins and Runners: Alanah Textiles
Table Linen: BBJ Linen
Plates: R. Wood Studios
Studio Space: Roxie Remley Fine Arts Building
Hair & makeup: Jessica Belfry, Hustle & Blow Dry Bar

 


The Ultimate Flower Guide

 

Do you want 12 months of flower availability lists at your fingertips together in one place? The be sure to download our Seasonal Product Availability Guide!

Great to use for wedding & event consultations, planning product palettes for everyday designs, and new employees as a reference.

DOWNLOAD GUIDE HERE

 

My Mayesh Pull Challenge: Holly Chapple Edition

My Mayesh Pull Holly Chapple Flowers

 

A few months back, Kelly Girard of our LAX shipping department challenged Holly Chapple to a Mayesh Pull challenge using wholesale flowers from our Luxe Blooms line, and much to our delight, she accepted! If you’re unfamiliar with our Mayesh Pulls, check out the basic process here, and keep reading to see a real life example with the one & only Holly Chapple!

 


 

THE CHALLENGE

 

Kelly asked Holly and her team to send her one inspiration image to give her a feel for color palette and texture. From there, Kelly would put together a Mayesh Pull for Holly to design whatever she wanted and do a styled shoot.

 

 

THE INSPIRATION

 

My Mayesh Pull Holly Chapple Flowers

 

THE MAYESH PULL

 

My Mayesh Pull Holly Chapple Flowers

 

RECEIVING THE GOODS

 

My Mayesh Pull Holly Chapple Flowers

My Mayesh Pull Holly Chapple Flowers

My Mayesh Pull Holly Chapple Flowers

 

Well, Holly took this challenge above & beyond what we even expected, taking her Instagram followers through the ENTIRE process via Instagram stories, from unpacking the boxes to designing to the final shoot!

And boy were we blown away by the results… Holly and her team knocked it out of the park, and really showed what our sales reps can pull of with one simple inspiration photo!

We hope you’re as smitten with this photoshoot as we were, and if you want your own Mayesh Pull, head over here to place your order!

 


 

THE RESULTS

 

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Photos: Chris from @healthfullyeverafter

Model: @jcfunkhouser

Ribbon: Honey Silk Co.

 

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