New in Flowers
Flower trends are constantly evolving. Here we link you with information and topics impacting the world of changing flower trends, flower types, floral varieties, flower colors and floral design styles and arrangements. Here is what is trending in flowers.
Often consumers want flowers and plants with personality; a uniqueness that speaks to them. King Protea White is one of those flowers who’s uniqueness causes viewers to take a deeper look! With impact to spare, King White Protea, instantly demands attention with its size, color and textures! See the Thursd.com blog post!
Monstera Deliciosa has captured a huge following on social media and Costa Farms has introduced ‘Thai Constellation’. The variety has large, glossy cut leaves with small splashes of creamy white. Nicknamed the ‘swiss cheese plant’ this beauty’, ‘Thai Constellation’ won the prize as the Favorite New Foliage Plant at the TPIE Show! See more about ‘Thai Constellation’ and more about Costa farms Trending Tropicals!
The British flower market is always telling and Floral Daily just shared this informative trend article on which flowers are trending in the United Kingdom! Dried flowers, grasses, apricot/nude colored flowers and more. See the Rona Wheeldon article at Floral Daily!
Success, Pon-Pon, Elegance and Elegance Spring are the leading cut ranunculus varieties. For 30 years Biancheri Creazioni has lead the way introducing the best varieties using centuries-old traditions and revolutionary research. The work of Antonio Biancheri and his son, Alberto have created beautiful flowers for us to enjoy and create with. See the Ranunculus Collection of Biancheri Creazioni!
Flare Yellow Lisianthus, a new introductions from PanAmerican Seed, fits nicely into a new leaf petal palette. Flare is a top spray-type lisianthus series producing a spray of flowers on the top of each stem. See what’s new from PanAmerican seed; New Variety Catalog or download the PanAmerican Cut Flower Catalog see to their entire collection.
The National Garden Bureau selects one annual, one perennial, one bulb crop, one edible and one shrub as our “Year of the” crops. The shrub of the year produces great cut flowers and the NGB shared many different hydrangeas to choose from. Learn more about Hydrangea and all of the featured National Garden Bureau’s “Year of the’ plants!
Each year Royal Flora Holland presents the Glazen Tulp (Glass Tulip) awards for best new flower and plant varieties. The finalist for the best cut flower introduction for the last year include: Alstromeria Florinca Cherry, Hydrangea Royal Anastasia, Lily Roselily Samantha, Alstromeria Mojito and Rose Bellini! See the list of all the Glazen Tulp finalist!