I’ve noticed more and more brides using plants in addition to cut flowers in their weddings and, in particular, succulents. I love these hardy indoor/outdoor plants – their unique textures, colors and shapes add visual interest, especially to a winter wedding. Here are some 5 ways to incorporate them into your wedding day: 1. Bridal...
How to Make a Large Hydrangea Bridal Bouquet Add filler flowers. To add a "pop" of color to your hydrangea bouquet (especially if you are planning a spring or summer wedding), add only two or three small flowers of color. Perhaps a few yellow, white or red rose buds, or even a calla lily or two would give your hydrangea bouquet that splash of color that would render it unforgettable.
Florida clematis: Clematis vines produce excellent cut flowers, which last 10 days or more in a vase. Stems are very sturdy;pack and ship very well. Roseville Farms utilizes its yearly production rotation of millions of Clematis plants to produce large numbers of cut stems weekly for up to eight months of the year. We offer five color Categories: White, Red, Blue, Purple, and Pink. We currently grow more than 80 varieties of Clematis, Minimum order – 150 steams. Call Dan for more info
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