Always wanted to know more about a specific type of flower, green or branch? Our #flowerwiki blog section helps you to enrich your knowledge!
Fascinating Product Stories
We learn you all about the origin of products and their symbolism, which is often accompanied by beautiful stories. Stories you can tell your customers when they ask you for advice on how to fill a specific order, like a bridal bouquet, holiday centerpiece, or funeral tribute!
Did you know that the name “Amaryllis” comes from the Greek word amarussein, what means sparkling? What a beautiful name for a flower! Because it truly adds that extra little bit of sparkle to every floral Christmas design! And did you know there are more than 2000 Hyacinth varieties, which are almost all are grown in the Netherlands? Our little country proved to be extremely suitable for the cultivation of these gorgeous flowers, because of the dune ground!
Floral Design Suggestions
Next, to the theoretical enrichment, we also offer you practical input: which products match magnificently with each other? Gloriosa combines perfectly with Gerbera and Craspedia. Think of the gorgeous Ranunculus flowers, in combination with other romantic flowers like Tulip and Muscari. Lovely! Visit our floral design inspiration section for more design suggestions.
Now you have ordered all those stunning flowers, you must be sure that you treat them the right way, so rot and other trouble can be prevented. But how much water do you need to put into the bucket? This can differ per product!
Visit the product pages to see what applies to every product.
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Meet our Scabiosa in its glory! Effortlessly making floral designs look natural and sweet! With our Scabiosa Blackberry Scoop, Scabiosa Picasso, Scabiosa Lavender Scoop, Scabiosa Annabelle, and Scabiosa Davida, we…Show me the full post »
Leontopodium Alpinum Blossom of Snow, the one and only, is a flower that still empowers people. Leontopodium creates an incredibly rich texture to your floral designs. Summer floral designs with…Show me the full post »
Fill your bouquet with Limonium! This flower is incredibly uplifting and adds texture to any floral arrangements. With White Starlight Wings, Donau Birds, Safora Lilac, Sinensis China Summer, and Max…Show me the full post »
Start the summer with Martagon Lily. Normally found in many gardens, but they are surprisingly remarkable as cut flowers! This unique shaped flower adds stunning textures to your floral designs!…Show me the full post »
There are loads of amazing flower varieties out there for your customers. But if you are looking for a flower that adds some sparkle to the symbolism of a floral…Show me the full post »
Take a step into the world of Allium. This beautiful flower gives energy to your floral design! With our stunning Allium Gladiator, Allium Dutchman, and Mount Everest, we enhance the…Show me the full post »
Origin This delicate and lovely flower is more well-known under the name Waxflower, then by its official name Chamelaucium. There are fourteen species, and the most common one is the…Show me the full post »
Origin A flower with a rich medical history, also known under the name Mutterkraut (mother herb). The name Tanacetum is derived from the Greek word ‘Athanasia’ what translated means immortal.…Show me the full post »
Origin Craspedia is also known as Billy Balls, Drumstick or Billy Buttons. It is native to New Zealand, Australia and Tasmania. With 17 of the 23 species it is most…Show me the full post »
Have you ever seen so much Celosias altogether? With a greenhouse of 2 hectares planted with Celosia, Feiko Sonneveld is one of the largest Celosia growers in the Netherlands. New…Show me the full post »
Celosia is part of the Amaranthus family (Amaranthaceae) and is native to the subtropical in America, Africa, and Asia. Celosia is derived from the Greek word kelos, which means translated…Show me the full post »
Did you know? Hedera (Hedera Helix), commonly known as Ivy, is not only available as a garden plant, but also as cut greenery. And it can be a great addition…Show me the full post »
Aralia, or to be exact, Japanese Aralia, is officially named Fatsia Japonica. It is native to southern Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. ‘Fatsi’ is an approximation of the Japanese word for…Show me the full post »
Let’s applaud for the golden oldie greenery… Aspidistra! Aspidistra leaves are well-known nowadays by every floral designer. The great thing about the lanceolate Aspidistra leaves is that you can use…Show me the full post »
Such a romantic flower, the Clematis! We all know it as a garden plant, but also as a cut flower, Clematis will conquer the hearts of your customers quickly! The…Show me the full post »