A complimentary signature cocktail has become a popular wedding trend, no better way to pretty them up than with fresh flowers. Choose a single bright bloom to float along with matching table decor to liven up your drinks reception. Need more inspiration? Visit our ‘signature cocktails’ board on Pinterest.
To brighten up a hotel wedding reception, coloured table linens are a great way to carry your floral theme through the room. Coloured tablecloths, napkins, and runners are available to hire or buy and can transform your wedding decor. See more inspiration on our ‘table linens’ board on Pinterest.
Cheerful, colourful, tropical and blessed with extraordinary appearances: the Bromeliad has long been the most exotic beauty amongst the houseplants. The Bromeliad range is diverse and colourful. The best-known species are Guzmania and Vriesea, whereby Guzmania blooms concentrically and Vriesea always has a somewhat flat inflorescence. The leaves are always smooth and usually green, but there are also variegated varieties. They both come in a wide range of colours and in various sizes. There are even botanical varieties of… Read more »
With hotel weddings, a stunning way to carry your floral theme through the room is by styling your cake table with lots of fresh flowers. Cake toppers, garlands, and loose flowers can transform an ordinary cake table into a showstopper! See lots more ideas on our ‘cake flowers’ inspiration board on Pinterest.
Potted bulbs give you a feeling of spring. They’re flowers that emerge from their bulbs bursting with energy and colour. In February it’s often still too cold to see the bulbs that you planted in the garden in autumn emerge from the ground. But there’s a handy solution to this: potted bulb products, which are widely available in February thanks to the grower’s skill. Potted bulbs bring an early spring to the garden and the living room. When the first warm… Read more »
The buzzword for design in 2017 is ‘greenery’! And the best way to incorporate the trend into wedding florals is with lots of trailing foliage. Green wedding garlands and table runners are a huge trend in weddings, great value for all seasons too! Find lots more inspiration on our ‘table runners’ board on Pinterest.
The attractive shape, strong look and easy care makes Ficus very suitable for students, offices, public spaces and plant lovers with little time or a lack of green fingers! Beautiful leaves and an attractive structure make Ficus one of the most popular houseplants and indoor trees around. The plant is a member of the Moraceae (mulberry) family, which also includes the fig, rubber plant and hop plant. Care tips ● Ficus requires a light position. The more variegated the… Read more »
A new year, a new beginning. The tulip is ideal for welcoming in the new year with its brilliant colours and varied appearance. If you gave someone a tulip in the sixteenth century, you were giving them a fortune. In those days the flower was incredibly popular and a speculative trade in tulip bulbs developed. You could buy a whole canalside house in Amsterdam for the price of one tulip bulb in those days. A nice bunch of tulips now… Read more »
December’s houseplant of the month offers lots of showy colour: azalea. With lavish flowers and available in classic December colours, the Azalea is an original alternative for creating atmosphere while still being a real seasonal classic. Azalea’s official name is Rhododendron syn. Azalea. Rhododendron is a compound of the Greek words for ‘red’ and ‘tree’ and freely translated it means ‘a woody plant with rose red flowers’. Azalea means ‘dry’ in Greek, which refers to the tough wood and not… Read more »
The cut flower of the month for December is possibly winter’s biggest, boldest, showiest bloom, the amaryllis. The amaryllis’s petals are very unusual: they look like they’re made of fabulous velvet. In terms of colour they come in white, red, yellow, pink, salmon, purple, orange and bicoloured. There are usually 4 to 6 impressive flowers on the stem. The amaryllis as a cut flower does not have any leaves, which is why it’s sometimes called ‘Naked Lady’ in America. Care… Read more »