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.
Netzer is a new vibrant orange spider mini gerbera from Dummen Orange. Spider mini gerberas provide great burst of color in a unique and compelling flower form. Like most heavily-petaled cut flowers they draw the eye in, the intricate patterns of nature are magical in that they astound us in their beauty and wonder. See the whole selection of Dummen Orange Gerbera!
Sun Valley Group’s Cotinus awarded Best in Show at the 2019 SAF Outstanding Varieties Competition. This Cotinus is a remarkable foliage with burgundy oval leaves with red margins and green undersides borne on long linear stems! Best in Class Dianthus was awarded to Damascus from Dummen Orange, a stunning bicolor carnation with dark rounded margins. See all the SAF winners!
When looking for versatile wedding flowers, lisianthus delivers. Sun Valley Flower Farm has some of the newest of the new lisianthus varieties including Voyage Champagne seen here. See the new Sun Valley Flower Farm lisianthus here!
Heavily petaled and last forever – the perfect value statement for today’s consumers. Dummen Orange introduces Pina Colada, the spray chrysanthemum that is every florist’s dream providing eye appeal and reliability! Learn more about Pina Colada at Dummen Orange and look for the yellow version!
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!