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    March Flowers

    March...it's almost Spring! Beautiful options available for local flowers in Maryland in March!


    March Flowers

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    Cryptomeria is a highly textured evergreen. Some stems have tan pine cones at the tips.

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    Bowood is a tall branch full of shinny dark green leaves. It is great for large arrangements.

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    Pieris Japonica is a dark green foliage with soft pink tendrils. It is a lovely addition to full arrangements and bouquets.

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    Linderas is an everlasting Tan foliage with small berries. It is a beautiful winter foliage that and a nice break from "Christmasy" evergreens. We love mixing this foliage with the early soft pinks, oranges and creams of Spring!

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    Fantail willow- Is everyones whimsical favorite. If you want to be different and fun definitely opt for these unique branches.

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    You can't go wrong with adding sculptural succulents to any bouquet or arrangement. They add sophistication to any color palette.

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    French Willow will add hight and dimension to any design.

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    Prunus Mume - Flowering branches make a stunning statement in ceremony and escort table arrangements.

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    Flowering Quince - Red We love flowering branches. The are beautiful arranged on their own or mixed into a grand design. They smell good too!

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    Flowering Quince - White. We love flowering branches. They are beautiful arranged on their own or mixed into a grand design. They smell good too!

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    Flowering Quince - Pink. We love flowering branches. They are beautiful arranged on their own or mixed into a grand design. They smell good too!

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    We love woody stems! Big and small pussy willow, and curly willow are some of our favorites in March.

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    Vibrant pink ranunculus

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    Bells of Ireland have the freshest, earthiest scent.

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    Narcissus

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    Young hellebores

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    Daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, anemones, winter hazel.

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    Sweet William...sweet!

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    Red bud...but its pink!

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    Early viburnum! (betcha thought it was a hydrangea!)

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    Hellebores...just beautful! they come in shades of green, ivories and dusty pinks.

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    The amazing Wollam Garden's grows the most incredible poppies. They are striking in centerpieces.

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    Daffodils are the perfect Spring flower! Shades of white, cream and yellow are beautiful for Spring weddings.

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    Hyacinths are beautiful and highly fragrant.

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    Cherry blossoms are great Spring branches for tall arrangements.

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