ALSTROMERIA

"Wealth." Comes in a large number of colours and is good value for money.

Chrysantheumum (spray or single stems)

Available almost all year round. Many varieties and colours

Freesia

  Available almost all year round (not January/Feb)

GERBERAS

Available all year round.

GYPSOPHILA OR BABY’S BREATH

Depending on the time of year, gypsophila is not a cheap flower, particularly late March early April, and before Christmas when supply is reduced. Very vintage but ask your florist about price first. Almost all year round

Heliconia

Tropical. Tall red flowers in June to September

Kale

Cabbage family. Available in purple shade and cream. August to Jan

ORIENTAL LILIES

Available all year round

Protea (King)

Beautiful large white protea (native of South Africa) June/July/August

PROTEAS

Native of South Africa. Grown commercially late summer through to late spring.

ROSES

"White - purity, Pink - grace, Peach - modesty, Burgundy - unconscious beauty, Red - love, Purple - enchantment, Orange - fascination, Yellow - infidelity." Roses are available all year round.

ROSES – DAVID AUSTIN

David Austin roses are awesome. They have a bigger head than ordinary roses and are known for their perfume although commercial roses don't have quite the same strength of smell. Twice the price of ordinary roses. Available in 3 colours - buttery cream, peach and mid pink. All year round

SINGAPORE ORCHIDS

Singapore orchids come on a stem with multiple blooms almost all year round. They are great in corsages and boutonnaires. Yes, they are imported from Singapore and on the odd occasion are ruined in the fumigation process, fortunately not often. (Unavailable late December early January)

TOI TOI

Native to New Zealand in summer - grows wild. Toi toi can look great in big arrangementsĀ such asĀ urns. Feb/March/April/May/June/July/August

TULIPS

Tulips for a declaration of love. "Come to my aid thou tulip red, Go and declare my love instead. Unknown." While tulips open up quickly, if bought in good time can look amazing. Beware - tulips keep growing in length once cut. Late winter/early Spring