You probably know what flowers you love but, if you’re like most people, then you don’t know what to call them. Avoid hassle and confusion by using this flower guide complete with real names so you and your florist will be on the same page.
Fresh and Bold
1. Ti Leaf 2. Spray Roses 3. Wax Flower 4. Kale 5. Parrot Tulip 6. Sweat Pea 7. Freesia 8. Cymbidium Orchid 9. Mini Carnation 10. Mokara Orchids
A vibrant pink bouquet with satin ribbon and an oval rhinestone pin ideal for either spring or summer from Paisley Floral Design Studio of Manchester.
1. Tortum 2. Eucalyptus Pods 3. Seeded Eucalyptus 4. Lavender 5. Scabiosa 6. Plumosa Fern 7. Ranunculus 8. Curly Willow 9. Amaranth
Looser and “wild” bouquets with extra elements such as the curly willow pieces and dripping amaranth used here are growing in popularity. This bouquet from Ivy and Aster Floral Design of Franklin looks like it just emerged from the forest.
1. Lilac 2. Anemone 3. Star of Bethlehem 4. Hyacinth 5. Purple Allium 6. Green Mist 7. Mokara Orchid 8. Hellebore 9. Sweet Pea 10. Silver Brunia 11. Kangaroo Paw 12. Tulip
The Pantone color of the year, Radiant Orchid, was the inspiration for this bouquet from Apotheca Flowers & Tea Chest of Goffstown. The elephant brooch captures the emerging Bohemian Chic trend.
Essence of Spring
1. Eucalyptus 2. Flox 3. “Escimo” Rose 4. “Super Green” Rose 5. Mini Green Hydrangea 6. Hypericum Berry 7. Stock 8. Ranunculus 9. Hydrangea
Jacques Flower Shop of Manchester chose to capture the essence of spring with fresh whites and greens.