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Seasonality of flowers

Seasonality of flowers

Flowers such as roses, alstroemias, branch asters, eustomas, bouvardia, cloves, cymbidium orchids, phalaenopsis, daisies, kraspedia, gloriosis, gerberas, gypsophila, heliconia, strelitzia, cantadias, lily, limonium, ornithogalum are available throughout the entire anthurium or anthurium year. They are very often the base of most flower shops. We have to wait a while for some species, depending on their season. In their due time, they will repay us with their originality and excess. By definition, everything that is difficult to achieve is more interesting for us. It’s worth the wait. Moreover, they are much cheaper then, which is why the seasonality of flowers is of great importance when we are influenced not only by aesthetic values ​​but also by price. We must realize that, in general, all kinds of flowers are available on special order, where they are imported from the Netherlands. A place that is a huge floristic basin. However, off-season the price of flowers is raised many times, it is worth being aware of this, especially when planning your dream wedding bouquet or wedding arrangement.

There is a certain tendency in choosing flowers for a bridal bouquet. In the wedding season, so at the beginning of April, a frequent choice are joyful tulips, playful buttercups, elegant anemones and romantic pink roses, timeless carnations, delicate eustomas, as well as elegant peonies and fragrant fesias. There is also a light gypsophila, the dominant hydrangea, the royal dahlia and the decaying cosmos. In the season of a given genre, accessories are in the lead. I mean the flowers accompanying the main one in the bouquet. They are the secret of a perfect looking bouquets, they add a unique charm. They are almost like a dot over and. In fact, it all depends on individual preferences because tastes are different and it is worth following your own.

Here are some seasonality tips.

Flowers from January constitute a kind of base, and in the coming months they will be joined by other types of flowers.

JANUARY : tulip, anemone, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, calla lily, freesia, hyacinth, hyacinth , agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters

FEBRUARY: All flowers as above, i.e. tulip, anemone, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, canted, hyacinthia, freesia , grape hyacinth, daffodil, ranunculus, agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters, crosmia

MARCH :  plus:  decorative garlic, astilbe, peas, lily of the valley, so we have : tulip, anemone, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogalia, rose, ruddy , strelitzia, calla lily, freesia, hyacinth, grape hyacinth, daffodil, ranunculus, agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters, crocosmia

APRIL : we get lion’s mouths, peonies, poppy seed, gladiolus, bearded carnation and freesia Anemone , astilbe, has passed away from the flowers available in March. Remaining: ornamental garlic, peas, lily of the valley , tulip, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, calla lily, calla lily grape hyacinth, daffodil, buttercup, agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters, crocosmia

MAY: comes: lilac, lupine, sapphire, lily of the valley, delphinium, there are: decorative garlic, peas, lily of the valley , tulip, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, calla lily, freesia, hyacinth, grape hyacinth, narcissus, buttercup, agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters, crocosmia, lion’s mouths, peonies, poppy, gladiolus, bearded carnation, carnation

JUNE : we are welcomed by a dahlia and a sunflower, a peony . We say goodbye to the lily of the valley and the lilac is left with: lupine, delphinium, decorative garlic, peas, lily of the valley , tulip, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, rose, ornitha rudbeckia, strelitzia, calla lily, freesia, buttercup, agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters, crocosmia, lion’s mouths, peonies, poppy, gladiolus, bearded carnation, freesias

JULY : here comes …  cosmos ! We say goodbye to peonies, glaucoma and gladiolus. So we have a choice of: dahlia and sunflower, lupine, delphinium, decorative garlic, pea, lupine, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogalum, rose , strelitzia, calla lily, freesia, agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters, crocosmia, snapdragon, peonies, poppy, bearded carnation, freesia, poppy

 

AUGUST: we say goodbye to gladiolus, peas and lions, so we can choose from: cosmos, dahlia and sunflower, lupine, delphinium, ornamental garlic , tulip, anthurium, agapanthus, kraspedia, cymbidium orchid, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gloriosa, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, calla lily, freesia, phlox, rose, agapanthus, hipeastrum, vanda, Irish bells, bouvardia, branch asters, crocosmia, snapdragon, bearded carnation, freesia, poppies

SEPTEMBER: leaves the bearded carnation, the gladiolus .  The available flowers are: dahlia, sunflower, cosmos, kraspedia, crocosmia, cymbidium, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gypsophila, hydrangea, margaret, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, calla lily, freesia, agapanthoxus, rudbeckia, phloxia, Irish bells, asters, celosia, delphinium, Echinacea, sunflower, poppy

OCTOBER: flowers cease to appear: cosmos, dahlia, poppy, sunflower. Remains: alstroemeria, astible, anemone, anthurium, bouvardia, margaretka kraspedia, cymbidium, anemone, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, cantedesque, celandine, celandine, celandine , Echinacea.

NOVEMBER: Celosia, delphinium, Echinacea ceases to bloom. You can choose from: kraspedia, cymbidium, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, strelitzia, calla lilies, agapanthus, asters, alstroemeria, anemone, anthurium, bouvardia, helikonia, glorinia, Irish bells, phlox,

DECEMBER : remain: kraspedia, cymbidium, cloves, eustoma, gerbera, gypsophila, hydrangea, lily, limonium, ornithogallum, rose, rudbeckia, Irish bells, strelitzia, calla lilies, agapanthus, asters, anthurium, asters, bouvardia, margaretka, margaretka, margaretka, margaretka, margaretka alstroemeria

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