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.
Dekker Chrysanten has introduced Alibaba, a beautiful white disbud with a firm flower and great shelf life. Looks like the multi-petaled white flower for your next event. See more Alibaba! Plus Dekker presents the Dekker Chrysanten Miami Experience to inspire the industry during the International Floriculture Expo, register for the experience here!
It is the season for peonies and Scott Shepard at theflowerprocast.com shares his picks for peony varieties to look for this spring! Etched Salmon pictured here starts out as salmon in the bud and opens to this lovely pink. See Madame Claude Tain, Sweet 16 and other lovely peonies you may want to use this spring! See Scott’s blog!
The Color Marketing Group named Future Green as a key color and we are seeing foliages of all sorts command attention. Looking for a new green filler variety? Look no further- Danziger has introduced Green Dragon Lepidium (peppergrass)- with stronger stems, longer vase life and greater inflorescence, this fine textured filler flower provides great texture and color. See more Green Dragon!
Combine Pink X-pression roses with astilbe and dusty miller and bravo it is Ethereal Bliss! FlowerBuzz’s rose of the month, Pink X-pression is a gorgeous garden rose in a wonderful pink hue! See the FlowerBuzz page and video!
The two varieties featured in this arrangement are ‘Novia’ and ‘Alcazar.’ They are both strong and uniform varieties that produce elegant flowers with long, sturdy stems. ‘Novia’ is an attractive peach colored charmer with large flowers. Its petals are round and create a beautiful opening. ‘Alcazar’ is an SAF Best in Category winner. It has a clean baby pink color, tall stems, and an excellent vase life.” See more
Anthurium, Livian from Anthura wins Best in Show at TPIE. Livian also won Most Unusual Plant Specimen! Perfect timing with consumers craving more unique plant and flower material. Image courtesy of Ball Publishing. See the inspiration page at Anthura for great ideas for using Anthurium as either potted plants or cut flowers!