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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 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
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
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
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
Asclepia fl-11   Product Details
Aspidistra gr-5   Product Details
Baby Eucalyptus wr-1 Eucalyptus is a member of the Myrtacae family, and its name comes from the Greek word kalyptos, meaning "covered," which refers to its bud coverings. The eucalyptus plant is native to Australia and Tasmania, although hybrids also came from New Guinea, the Product Details
Barbatus chocolate fl-16 Introduced to England in the 16th Century, It's name origin has not been able to be verified. Product Details
Bay Leaves wr-2   Product Details
Bay-Pepperberry wr-3   Product Details
Bay-Seeded wr-4   Product Details
Bear Grass gr-6   Product Details
Bells of Ireland gr-7 Moluccella laevis, commonly called bells of Ireland, belongs to the Labiatae family and features tall stalks of unusual, cup-shaped calyces, or leaves, commonly mistaken for petals. Product Details
Berried - Date br-1b   Product Details
Berry privett wr-5   Product Details




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