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Statice Sinuata fil-21b Of Mediterranean origin, limonium--commonly called statice--gets its name from the Greek word for "meadow," and belongs to the Plumbaginaceae family. Product Details
Stephanotis fl-114a Also known as Madagascar jasmine, floradora or waxflower, Stephanotis floribunda is native from Malaya to Madagascar. Product Details
Stock fl-115 Named for Italian physician and botanist Pierandrea Mattioli (1500-1577), the genus Matthiola includes some 50 species of annual and perennial herbs in the Brassicaceae family. Product Details
Sweet Pea fl-117a Lathyrus odoratus, as sweet peas are properly known, derive their name from the Greek word, lathyros, for "pea" or "pulse," and the Latin word for "fragrant," odoratus. Product Details
Sweet William fl-117b Introduced to England in the 16th Century, It's name origin has not been able to be verified. Product Details
Tweedia fl-127   Product Details
Veronica fl-128   Product Details
Viburn Snow Balls fl-129   Product Details
Watsonia lavender fl-130a   Product Details
Wheat gr-60   Product Details
Willow Curly br-23a Flowering branches bring unique line interest into a spring or oriental arrangement as well as accuentuating color, texture, and height. They can be dynamic alone in a vase or as a simple accent in a small design. Product Details




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