Wednesday, October 7, 2009

When are my favourite flowers available?

Some flowers are only in season for two to four weeks, whereas some flowers are grown all year round.

january february ~
garden rose hydrangea star bouvardia frangipani gardenia
tuberose stephanotis rose vanda orchid siam tulip gloriosa
singapore orchid water lily celosia calla lily ginger

march april ~
belladonna lisianthus david austin rose buddleia dahlia
tulip flannel flower freesia frangipani rose
blushing bride stock dusty miller magnolia foliage

may june ~
cymbidium orchid hyacinth nerine french tulip
lisianthus green goddess rose stock

july august ~
sweet pea hellebore green goddess pieris daphne rhododendron
poppy cyclamen erica jonquil snowdrop blossom
hyacinth willow japonica tulip ranuncula
magnolia branches

september october ~
flannel flower anemone guilderose field freesia jasmine rhododendron
lilac lisianthus ranuncula lily of the valley rose lavender

november december ~
calla lily peony phalaenopsis david austin rose spray rose oriental lily
gardenia copper beech vanda orchid hydrangea celosia tropical foliage

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

How do I care for my flowers?

In order to extend the life of your flowers, follow Simeons flower care steps;

1) Cut an inch off the stems of the flowers with sharp scissors.
2) Remove any bruised or discoloured leaves and petals.
3) Place in a vase with fresh water.
4) Keep the flowers in a cool spot.
5) Add flower food to water.
6) Re-cut stems and change water 2-3 days later.

Boxes/Flower Baskets/ Floral Arrangements
1) Keep in a cool spot.
2) Top up water to floral foam every day.

Thursday, October 1, 2009


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