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BUNCHES LIBRARY: FLOWER GLOSSARY

Name Description Typical Availability Care notes Approximate life expectancy
Alstroemeria A long-lasting member of the lily family, especially loved for the intricately detailed blossoms. Year round. Best season: March through September Pinch back finished blooms to promote bud development and avoid excessive shedding. 7-14 days
Amaryllis Huge, showy blooms on a single, thick stalk. Feb-May Pinch off finished blooms to promote bud growth. 6-10 days
Anemone Colourful, delicate blooms are surprisingly long lasting. Jan-May Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Anthurium Glossy tropical blooms come in shades of red, pink, coral, and white. Oct- June Display flowers in warm, humid area away from cold drafts. 7-10 days
Aster A lively filler flower available in white and purple. July-Dec Pinch back finished blooms to promote bud development and avoid excessive shedding. 6-10 days
Baby's Breath A dainty, long-lasting filler flower makes a great accent in any bouquet. Year round with fluctuations. Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 7-14 days
Bird of Paradise Dramatic flower from the tropics can be effective with foliage accents. Oct-June Display flowers in warm, humid area away from cold drafts. 6-10 days
Carnation A traditional favourite, available in a rainbow of colours, appreciated for its long lasting quality. Year round, prices may fluctuate seasonally. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Carnation- mini Clusters of colourful, long lasting blooms on every stem. Year round, prices may fluctuate seasonally. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Chrysanthemum Spray- Button Compact, long lasting blossoms in available in many colours, make an excellent accent point in any bouquet. Year round, varieties fluctuate. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Chrysanthemum Spray- Cushion Larger blooms add fullness and mass to bouquets. Year round, varieties fluctuate. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Chrysanthemum Spray- Daisy Fresh, perky blooms have the lively look of a spring meadow. Year round, varieties fluctuate. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Chrysanthemum Spray- Novelty New hybrids bring interesting shapes and colours to a traditional favourite. Year round, varieties fluctuate. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Coxcomb The silky texture and wonderful shape of this flower gives any bouquet a dramatic flair. Aug-Oct Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Daffodil A bright spring-time welcome. Jan- March Do not mix with other flowers without pre-soaking stems. 3-5 days
Delphinium Colourful stalks bring the look of a summer garden. June-Oct Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Delphinium- Hybrid Massive stalks are perfect for a tall vase. June-Oct Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Freesia Dainty blooms with a delightful fragrance. Year round. Best season: Feb- June Pinch off finished blooms to promote bud growth. 3-5 days
Gardenia A classic flower with a heavy fragrance used in corsages or bridal bouquets. Flower will naturally turn yellow after a few hours. Year round. Best season: May-July Keep bloom cool and moist as long as possible. 3-8 hours (corsage)
Gerbera Large, cheerful flower faces grow in a rainbow of pastel and saturated colours. A member of the daisy family. Year round with fluctuations. Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Ginger A large, substanial blossom lends an definite exotic flavour to any bouquet. Typically available in red or pink. Year round with fluctuations. Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Gladiolus A showy summer treat. Makes a great bouquet alone or mixed. July-Sept Pinch tops before re-cutting. Remove finished blossoms from bottom of stem as flower matures. 3-5 days
Gypsophilia A long-lasting accent flower makes a great compliment in any bouquet. Year round Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 7-14 days
Heather A delightful Highland accent in springtime. Feb-April Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. Blossoms will gradually dry and retain their shape. 5-10 days
Heliconia Magnificient tropical bloom, ranging 20-40cm in length, creates the ultimate focal point for any exotic bouquet. Year round with fluctuations. Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-9 days
Hyacinth Admired for its rich fragrance and pastel colours. Jan-March Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 3-5 days
Hydrangea Massive, lush blooms can be enjoyed as a dried flower, too. July-Sept Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-10 days
Hypericum Shiny berries grow on a tall stem. Great for adding texture and colour. Aug-Dec Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. As flower matures, remove dried foliage. 7-14 days
Iris Delicate blooms bring the essence of springtime. Year round. Best season: Jan-May Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 3-5 days
Kangaroo Paw Interesting texture and detail. Stems retain their shape and colour when dried. July-Oct Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. As flower matures, remove dried foliage. 7-14 days
Larkspur Delicate blooms bring the essence of a summer garden. June-Oct Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Leptospurnum Tiny blossoms on a woody branch give a natural texture. Feb-May Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Liatris Tall stems available in purple or white. Year round with fluctuations. Clip off finished blooms from top of stem to promote continued bud development. 5-10 days
Lily- Asiatic Showy, multi-bloom stems are available in many colours and shapes. Year round. Best season May-Oct. Remove finished blooms to promote bud development. 5-8 days
Lily- Casablanca Huge, white blossoms make a gorgeous show with accenting foliages. Year round. Best season May-Oct. Remove finished blooms to promote bud development. 5-10 days
Lily-Oriental Popular for its heavy scent, blossom size, and detail. Year round. Best season May-Oct. Remove finished blooms to promote bud development. 5-10 days
Limonium (Caspia) Dainty filler flower can be used as a dried flower as well. May-Oct Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Lisianthus Becoming very popular for its soft blossoms and gentle curves. May-Oct Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 3-5 days
Orchid- cymbidium Long-lasting blooms are perfect for arrangements, corsages, or wedding bouquets. Year round Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days (cut flower)
Orchid- dendrobium Dainty strings of white or purple orchids have a graceful curve. Year round with fluctuations. Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Orchid- onicidium Tiny, intricate blossoms are bright and beautiful. Year round. Best season: Mar-May Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Orchid- phalaenopsis This complicated, pure white orchid is supremely elegant. Limited year round. Keep bloom cool and moist as long as possible. 3-8 hours (corsage)
Ornithigalum (Nito) Also known as "Star of Bethlehem". Very long-lasting and showy. Dec-March Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. As flower matures, remove dried blooms. 7-14 days
Peony Soft and fluffy with a light fragrance. June-Sept Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
Poinsettia A potted plant in traditional red, or now available in many hybrids. Perfect as a gift plant or for holiday home d├ęcor. Nov-Dec Moderate, indirect light, keep soil moist, but not wet. Avoid drafts. 1-3 months
Protea- king An exotic look with a dramatic flair. June-Nov Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. Bloom will gradually dry and retain its shape. 7-14 days
Queen Anne's Lace A dainty fringe brings the grace of the Victorian Era. May-Sep Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. As flower matures, remove dried blooms. 5-7 days
Ranunculus Cheerful colours and a full blossom make these a springtime favourite. Feb-May Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. Best suited for display in vase with free water. 5-10 days
Rose A classic flower with a long tradition. Thousands of varieties now available world wide. Year round with fluctuations. Re-cut stems under water. Display in cool area. 3-7 days
Rose- Spray Pretty rose blossoms form a dainty cluster for a Victorian look. May-Sept Re-cut stems under water. Display in cool area. 5-7 days
Snapdragon Add a touch of summer garden with these tall stalks. May-Sept with fluctuations. Pinch off finished blooms to promote bud growth. 5-8 days
Solidaster A sunny accent to add fullness and colour. Aug-Oct Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 5-10 days
Statice Adds rich colour and texture when added to a bouquet. Also popular as a dried flower. Year round with fluctuations. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 7-14 days
Stephanotis A dainty, fragrant blossom popular for use in weddings and corsages. Year round with fluctuations. Keep bloom cool and moist as long as possible. 3-8 hours (corsage)
Stock A spicy fragrance accompanies this flower. Available in white, mauve, purple, and yellow. Mar-Aug Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. Remove finished blossoms from bottom of stem as flower matures. 5-7 days
Sunflower Huge, showy blossoms shout out the joy of summer! July-Oct Use a deep container and refill vase frequently. Re-cut stems and refresh water after 5 days. 5-7 days
Tulip Springtime fun! Available in a myriad of colours and shapes. Feb-April Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. Use of floral preservative is not recommended. 3-5 days
Waxflower A delightful accent of colour and texture. Feb-May Display flowers in cool light, not direct sunlight. 5-7 days
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