Flower Growing

Wildflower Bouquets – Choosing the Right Selection

Posted on September 1, 2017 at 10:36 pm

Wildflower bouquets are perfect for any occasion, from weddings and christenings to parties and birthdays. There are many different flowers you can use together that will look stunning, giving the essence of a typical British garden or suggesting something entirely more exotic. Here are some ideas for wildflowers that will look beautiful in a bouquet:

  • Roses. Always a standard flower, wild cut roses of any colour can be a stunning addition to a wild bouquet.
  • Dahlias. With their pointy heads and pretty flowers, dahlias can add some interest to a bouquet.
  • Pompom daisies. Choose from white or different shades of pink. The distinctive, petite flowers are delicate but make a statement.
  • Pink matsumoto. The blooms are similar in shape to a daisy and they will make good filler flowers in a larger bouquet.
  • Pink larkspur. Tall and distinctive, these wildflowers will lend height and interest to a bouquet. It is available in shades from pale pink to rich, deep colours close to red.

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Wholesale Tulip Bulbs and Hyacinth Bulbs Bring Life to Your Garden

Posted on July 31, 2017 at 4:11 pm

Hyacinths and tulips are one of the most popular flowers for gardens. They are representative of spring and add beauty and life to any green space. Planting wholesale tulip lamps or hyacinth bulbs will bring you a smile for the season when they blossom. If you need bulbs of good quality, you should look for online offers.

In the spring of this year, your garden will look like a small corner of paradise, if in the fall of this year you plant wholesale bulbs of tulips and hyacinth bulbs. Why plant these flowers, not others? Of course, all the flowers are beautiful and can decorate any garden, but hyacinths and tulips are one of the brightest and brightest colours that can be planted, which makes them very suitable for spring. Also, they can be installed both outside and indoors, in individual pots, and they do not need much maintenance. Once the bulbs are planted, they need to be watered at regular intervals and stay away from frost (because it will destroy the bulbs). In a few weeks, the bulbs will start to grow and soon blossom into beautiful flowers with tempting spring spirits. (more…)

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