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Fruited Olive Branches br-7b   Product Details
Gypsophila (Baby's breath) fil-10 A member of the Caryophyllaceae family, gypsophila--commonly known as baby's breath--has European and Northern Asian origins and is a relative of chickweed, carnations and sweet William. Product Details
Herbs gr-22a   Product Details
Herbs - Geranium gr-22c   Product Details
Herbs - Lavender gr-22d   Product Details
Herbs - Mint gr-22e   Product Details
Herbs - Oregano gr-22f   Product Details
Honey Bracelet gr-23   Product Details
Kiwi Vine gr-27   Product Details
Larkspur de-5 A member of the Ranunculaceae family, larkspurs are closely related to delphiniums and are easily confused with standard delphiniums because both are characterized by large, showy flowers densely packed on sturdy spikes. However, larkspurs' more delicate, Product Details
Leatherleaf gr-30   Product Details
Lily Asiatic fl-80a A member of the Liliaceae family, lilies are fragrant, bulbous, herbaceous perennials that are native to the northern temperate zones. About half of the lily species originate in continental Asia, while the remainder are native to Europe, North America an Product Details
Lily of the Valley fl-80b Lilies of the valley derive their quaint common name from their botanical name, convallaria, which is derived from convallis, the Latin word for "valley." Product Details
Lily Oriental fl-80c A member of the Liliaceae family, lilies are fragrant, bulbous, herbaceous perennials that are native to the northern temperate zones. About half of the lily species originate in continental Asia, while the remainder are native to Europe, North America an Product Details
Magnolia wr-8   Product Details
Mistletoe gr-37   Product Details
Myrtle gr-38   Product Details
Naked seeded wr-9   Product Details
Narcissus fl-89 Narcissus is the broad botanical term for the flowers most consumers would call daffodils, narcissuses and paperwhites. Product Details
Ornithogalum fl-93 Although nearly 150 ornithogalum species are known, fewer than five are regularly used as cut flowers. The flower's common name, Star of Bethlehem, is often applied to three of these blooms, despite their distinct differences. Product Details




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