MARCH 24, 2020
Nothing goes together better than springtime and flowers! While traditional floral arrangements are always beautiful, here are five unique ways to stand out from the crowd!
- Pieris Japonica: Otherwise known as Japanese Andromeda, Pieris Japonica is a broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree. This species typically grows early in the spring, featuring drooping clusters of lily-of-the-valley-like flowers, blooming in white, pink, and a deep rose color.
- Clematis: Clematis is a genus of about 300 species within the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae. The genus is composed of mostly vigorous, woody, climbing vines. Clematis grows in many colors ranging from white, to yellow, to pinks, purples, and reds.
- Hyacinth: Hyacinth are spring-flowering bulbs with long, narrow leaves that are folded lengthwise. They are also highly fragrant and bloom in dense clusters of white, peach, orange, salmon, yellow, pink, red, purple, lavender and blue.
- Tulips: Everyone knows about tulips, but what you might not know about are the many different types that it comes in. They’re usually large and brightly colored, generally red, pink, yellow, or white (usually in warm colors). Some of our favorite types of tulips include: parrot tulips, frill tulips, and of course, the traditional type that most people know of.
- Poppies: Most people have heard of poppies, but wouldn’t immediately think of them as a wedding flower. They tend to grow in a variety of colors: white, cream, yellow, orange, peach, pink, and shades of both reds and purples. In reality, there is so much that can be done with poppies, and here are just a few examples!