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Acacia gr-2b These small, ball-shaped flowers are fragrant and fluffy, and are effective as a filler in a design. Whole branches worked into large designs lend color and scent to a room. Acacia Product Details
Acacia Bagged gr-2a These small, ball-shaped flowers are fragrant and fluffy, and are effective as a filler in a design. Whole branches worked into large designs lend color and scent to a room. Acacia Product Details
Acacia Purple Feather gr-2c These small, ball-shaped flowers are fragrant and fluffy, and are effective as a filler in a design. Whole branches worked into large designs lend color and scent to a room. Acacia Product Details
Aconitum - Monkhood fl-1 Cool-toned, blue-colored hooded flowers borne on erect spikes reaching up to 4 feet tall are the hallmarks of monkshood, formally known as Aconitum napellus. Product Details
Acorn gr-3   Product Details
Agapanthus fl-2 A member of the Amaryllidaceae family, the agapanthus derives its name from the Greek words for "love" and "flower." Product Details
Agonis foliage gr-4   Product Details
Alchemilla (Ladies Mantle) fil-1   Product Details
Allium fl-5 The genus Allium includes a group of onion-, chive- and garlic-related flowering plants that have been prized since ancient times for their medicinal, aphrodisiac and culinary qualities. Product Details
Alstroemeria als-1 Of South American origin, alstroemeria--also known as Peruvian lily--is a member of the Amaryllidaceae family and is related to the onion, daffodil, agapanthus and nerine. Product Details
Amaranthus hng fl-6a Amaranthus is a popular choice in arrangements since its striking shades and forms add bold color and interesting texture to floral designs. Product Details
Amaranthus Up fl-6b Amaranthus is a popular choice in arrangements since its striking shades and forms add bold color and interesting texture to floral designs. Product Details
Amaryllis fl-7 Known botanically as hippeastrum, from the Greek hippos, which means "horse," amaryllis blooms are huge, trumpet-shaped flowers clustered atop stately long, leafless stems. Product Details
Ammi Majus (Queen Anne's Lace) fil-2 Commonly confused with Dacus Carota (Wild Carrot, Queen Anne's Lace, Queen's Lace, A Devil's Plague), Ammi majus is actually called bishop's weed but is used extensively in the floral trade as "Queen Anne's Lace." Product Details
Anemone fl-8a A poppylike flower of the Ranunculaceae family, the anemone's name derives from the Greek word anemos, which means "wind," and lends the flower its other commonly used name--windflower. Product Details
Anemone Japanese fl-8b A poppylike flower of the Ranunculaceae family, the anemone's name derives from the Greek word anemos, which means "wind," and lends the flower its other commonly used name--windflower. Product Details
Artichoke fl-10   Product Details
Asclepia fl-11   Product Details
Aspidistra gr-5   Product Details
Aster Matsumoto fl-12a A member of the Asteraceae family, the aster takes its name from the Latin word meaning "star" and refers to the flower's starlike head. Product Details




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