Season's Best: Winter Flowers

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Red - Classic in our complimentary gift wrap

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20 Stems in a Small Mayfair Vase 5 Colours
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20 Stems in a Royal Windsor Vase - Please note vase is not included 10 Colours
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20 Stems in a Royal Windsor Vase 10 Colours
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20 Stems in a Small Mayfair Blanc Vase 6 Colours
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20 Stems in a Royal Windsor Vase 5 Colours
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20 Stems in a Royal Windsor Vase - Please note vase is not included 10 Colours
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Ivory Pink - Classic in a Royal Windsor Vase

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Alpine White Mini Orchid Planter

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Ivory - Classic in our complimentary gift wrap

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20 Stems in a Medium Curve Windsor Vase 3 Colours
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20 Stem in a Tall Wickstead Vase
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20 Stems in a Small Mayfair Vase 5 Colours
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20 Stems in a Small Mayfair Blanc Vase 6 Colours
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Chocolate Hypericum 5 Colours
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Sunset - Classic in our complimentary gift wrap

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In the Pink Hypericum 5 Colours
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Which flowers bloom in winter?

Flowers that bloom and are available in winter include:
Amaryllis
Orchids
Roses
Carnations
Anemones
Ranunculus
Tulips
Calla Lilies
Alstromeria

Winter foliage includes:
Eucalyptus
Hypericum
Ilex berries
Pine
Hard Ruscus
Italian Ruscus
Skimmia

Which flowers should go in a winter bouquet?

Flowers that go in a winter bouquet should always be seasonal and fresh. These may include roses, orchids, carnations, amaryllis, tulips, anemone, ranunculus, bouvardia, calla lilies, and alstroemeria.

Can you get peonies in winter?

No, you can not get peonies in winter. Peonies are late spring flowers, found in season in the United Kingdom from late April to June. Because seasonality is so important to us, you will never find us selling peonies during the winter season. A great winter alternative to the peony is the ruffled double tulip.

Which red flowers are available in December?

The red flowers that are available in December include roses, amaryllis, tulips, carnations, anemone, ranunculus, bouvardia, and alstroemeria. Christmas branches including ilex berries, skimmia, and hypericum can also bring a dose of red colour to your festive arrangements. Perhaps the most popular red Holiday plant is the Poinsettia - usually potted and covered in red bracts/leaves rather than petals.

Which flowers represent winter?

The flowers that represent winter are synonymous with the festive season - be that in colour, texture, or scent. Flowers that you will often find associated with the Holidays are winter roses. tulips, amaryllis or Christmas lily, and carnations.

What is winter greenery?

Winter greenery is a collection of non-flowering foliage, leaves, branches, and stems that is seasonal to the months of November-February. Often heavily associated with the Christmas season, winter greenery encompasses stems that evoke the scent, colour palette, and textures found during the festivities, and often offer up pops of red and white among the greenery. Scented greenery such as pine and eucalyptus are also very popular choices for the festive season when selecting greenery.