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Winter Flowers

The colours are richer and darker at this time of year, with reds and purples a firm favourite for winter weddings



Camellia: Beautiful open-faced flowers ranging from a single row of petals to overlapping multi-rows.

Euphorbia: An evergreen shrub with yellowish flowers. Useful as an all-year-round addition to venue arrangements and more elaborate bouquets.

Iris: An unusual fan-shaped flower with three large petals. Usually lilac, purple or white and popular for centrepieces.

Nerine: Sprays of hot or pale pink trumpet-shaped flowers. Fairly exotic, so good for more unusual centrepieces.

Pansy: Small, flat faced flowers in a variety of colours and intensities. Can be kept in a pot to double up as a table decoration and pretty favour.

Snowdrop: A delicate white bell-like flower and one of the classic bridal blooms. Ideal in hand-tied posies and for smaller table decorations.

Hyacinth: Dense spike of tiny bell-shaped blooms on a single stem. They come in a range of colours to include pure white,  shades of pink and baby blue.

Lilac: Tiny, star-shaped flowers growing in delicate pear-shaped clusters. Available in white, mauve or pink.

Tulip: A cheerful favourite available in a wide range of colours. The varieties with frilled edges are very popular for contemporary bouquets.

Lisianthus: Single forms resemble tulips or poppies; double forms resemble roses or peonies.  Perfect for bouquets and table arrangements.

 

 

 

 

 

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