Spring Flower Guide
The driving principles are much the same as the organic-sustainable-local movement in food. Instead of shipping flowers thousands of miles after they've been produced using harmful chemicals (and often unethical labor practices), why not focus on flowers grown as close to home as possible without pesticides, herbicides, or synthetic fertilizers, with acceptance of seasonality. Buying flowers in season is also cheaper.
Colorful Gerbera Daisies for a spring wedding
ranunculus and garden roses
Romantic Modern Wedding at Studio 450 | Snippet & Ink
March: Best floral pick: Flowering branches such as Kwanzan Cherry. These striking, delicate branches are the ideal choice for an unconventional March bride and they need few accoutrements — just bundle them together and fasten with a bouquet wrap material that suits the rest of your wedding decor
Dutch tulip centerpiece
Unique centerpiece idea. Tulips in wine glasses.
A spotlight shines on an exquisite arrangement of cherry blossoms (bloom March and April in MO)
Arrangement of jonquils (daffodils), amaryllis, anemones, lilacs, hellebore, and speckled foliage
This centerpiece features sahara roses, scabiosa, stock, larkspur, snapdragons, and green geranium foliage
Garden-inspired centerpiece « Bollea – Floral Design Gallery
Roses are available all year
Peach juliet garden roses, peach stock, white ranunculus, chamomile, and dark green Israeli ruscus tips (chamomile blooms June through September, can be replaced with another spring flower)
Stock Flowers bloom on cooler spring days to winter, before frost (plants grow into the flowering stage during the months when temperatures remain above 35 degrees at night but below 85 degrees during the day.