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Last-Minute Christmas Must-Have Flowers & Greens

Christmas will soon be the time of the year, and therefore we made this blog post about Christmas must-have flowers and greens. Make sure you stock up on them and boost your holiday sales!

Genista White

Genista season has begun, and we are happy to see all those lovely colors back in our cooler! Genista White is a must-have in any Christmas floral range because it is such a versatile product. Use it in bouquets and arrangements of any size, and be amazed with its great distinctive appearance.

Genista White

Hypericum painted Gold

Gold-colored products can be used perfectly in Christmas designs, and the days after they can be used for New Year’s Eve creations. With its cheery berries, Hypericum uplifts any arrangement!

Hypericum painted Gold

Asparagus Falcatus

Getting tired of using Abies in your Christmas floral designs? Try Asparagus! Asparagus comes in many appearances, from soft feathery branches to spiky plumes. Asparagus Falcatus has spiky leaves and the fresh, green color will match with literally any flower color! Perfect for last-minute seasonal designs, and if you have any leftovers, they are easily usable in New Year’s or even January designs.

Asparagus Falcatus

Bracken Fern Burgundy

This preserved and painted Fern variety is very trending right now! Because of its burgundy color, it matches fantastically with Christmas décor. After Christmas, these beautiful Fern branches can be implemented in for example boho chic floral designs. No design assignments planned yet? No worries, these Bracken Ferns are everlasting!

Bracken Fern Burgundy

Helleborus Winter Bells

Oh, those whimsical flowers of Helleborus Winter Bells! They contrast beautifully with red and white tones in your arrangements. After Christmas, use them with only white-colored flowers to offer your customers crispy fresh looking floral New Year’s decorations!

Helleborus Winter Bells

Amaryllis Red Lion

No Christmas without Amaryllis! Although these stunners are fresh, and therefore have a limited vase life, you cannot offer a Christmas floral range without them. Make sure you use them all in your designs before your shop closes for the holidays.

Amaryllis Red Lion

Daffodil Paperwhite

Daffs are harbingers of new beginnings! Paperwhite is a white spray variety, with sweet little flowers. Perfect for floral designs at this time of the year! Make sure you offer them to your customers.

Daffodil Paperwhite

Eucalyptus Populus Green Preserved

Who doesn’t uses Eucalyptus in the floral business? Since the coming weeks will bring some holidays, it is go-ahead to stock up some everlasting products, like this preserved Populus! If your customers don’t use it in Christmas designs, they can keep it until new designs are needed.

Eucalyptus Populus Green Preserved

Freesia Versailles

This Freesia variety has lovely white flowers, that carry out an astounding fragrance! Versailles is a real must-have in your Christmas floral range since many people appreciate them. Also perfect for holiday floral gifts!

Freesia Versailles

Tulip Super Parrot

Our cooler is getting filled more and more with all sorts of the most beautiful Tulip varieties, and these are products you definitely have to offer in your Christmas range! All colors you can imagine are available, in Single, Double, Frill, Parrot, and even French varieties! Super Parrot is just one of the Tulip varieties that is a real must-have for this period. Visit our webshop to complete your Tulip offerings!

Tulip Super Parrot

Last-Minute Christmas Must-Have Flowers & Greens in The Holex Webshop

All products mentioned in this blog post can be found in the Holex webshop. Contact your Holex Account Manager (wholesale florists) or your local wholesale sales rep (florists) if you need more information about availability and pricing.

Christmas Floral Design Inspiration

Looking for some festive design inspiration? Visit our Pinterest mood board and get inspired! Or read our blog post with 10 inspiring Christmas design tutorials.

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