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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
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
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
Artichoke fl-10   Product Details
Asclepia fl-11   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
Aster Rainbow fl-12b 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
Astilbe fl-13 Showy panicles or plumes of feathery flowers are the hallmark of astilbe, a member of the Saxifragaceae family of herbaceous plants. Product Details
Atriplex fl-14   Product Details
Balloon Flower fl-15   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
Bean fl-17   Product Details
Birds of Paradise fl-18 Strelitzia is a genus of four species native to South Africa. It is named after the duchy of Meckenburg-Strelitz, birthplace of Queen Charlotte of the United Kingdom. Product Details
Buddleia fl-20 The genus Buddleia contains numerous small, ornamental trees and shrubs. Of these, Buddleia davidii and Buddleia x weyeriana produce the cut flowers popular with today's florists. Product Details
Calendula fl-21   Product Details
Calla Artic white fl-22a Callas, which are often referred to as calla lilies, are actually unrelated to the Lilium family. Instead, they're members of the Araceae family, which includes anthuriums, caladiums and some philodendrons. Product Details




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