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.
Sea holly (cross thistle) is always distinctive but the Questar series has taken Eryngium to new levels! Here Eryngium Magnetar Questar is the star in an incredible series of designs by Alina Neacsa. See the Thursd. story!
Not all dahlias are created equal and ‘Fireball’ provides everything you want in a dahlia! Long stemmed and striking colors make Fireball a dahlia’s lover’s dream. Although currently only grown by Patrick Baars at Baar’s Dahlia in Holland, his dahlias are available on the Dutch auction system. See the Florapodium article.
The annual California flower trial event is back! Formerly known as CAST and now moved to summer and renamed California Summer Trial 2021, breeders are showcasing new flower varieties. Ball Bloom Studios, the Ball division focused on cut flowers introduced new cut flower varieties including a new Stock – Katz Hi Double White-a nice improvement in the number of double flowers on each stem! See the Bloom Studios video showcasing their new flowers!
Who said mums aren’t romantic! New Stresa Salmon from Deliflor has the antique salmon shade that blends in the popular antique color palettes. Currently only available in Holland, Stresa Salmon is a beautiful pastel shade in a dark-centered anemone style chrysanthemum variety! See more about Deliflor's Stresa Salmon.
SENTI Light Peach is one of the new SENTI (feel and experience) roses being introduced to growers this month. Danziger’s new series includes SENTI Dark Red, SENTI Dark Pink, SENTI Yellow, in addition to Light Peach. See more on the Danzinger SENTI rose launch!
TPIE announced the 2021 Cool Product Awards and plant lovers will have more to collect! From the ‘Ultra Pink’ Aglaonema from Costa Farms to the ‘Jurassic’ Rex Begonia from Ball Seed there are plenty of new cool products. Eleven companies were awarded for 14 “Cool Products”, see the Garden center Group's recap!