Flowers you have never heard of, but want in your bouquet!

February 2, 2017



Lisianthus blooms are similar in shape to a rose, but less petals. Typically found with buds on each stem, which lends itself more of a wildflower. Or clustering of just the blooms itself create an elegant formal unique bouquet. Cool tones, bi-colors, and single or double blooms available.

Photo: click chick 


thistle bouquet, charleston 

Thistle, an unusual prickly blue flower. It creates an earthy organic feel in any bouquet.  The Eryngium varieties are available in cone shaped and round petite balls. In the blue flower world, which varieties are limited, it’s great to have a texture option.

Photo: lauren Jonas



 protea, charleston, tiger lily


Protea ~ pincushion protea is an unusual yet stunning flower that can add an exotic or wildflower touch into any bouquet. This novelty flower gets its name due to its resemblance of a pincushion!  Contrary to its name, the “pins” that form the bloom have rounded tips and are not prickly to touch. The vibrant orange color has red undertones and would look beautiful in bouquet and centerpiece designs and hold well in hot temperatures without wilting. 

Photo: gayla harvey @gaylaevents



Hanging Amaranthus

 amaranthus, tiger lily, charleston



Hanging Amaranthus is perfect for use in bouquets and centerpieces and can also be used to create gorgeous hanging flower displays. They have a fantastic dripping look that add a new element to arrangements.

 Photo: smith and ink:



anemones, tiger lily wed, charleston  


Anemones~ The White with Dark Centers are a dramatic statement to add to a fresh bridal bouquet or centerpiece. One of the most eye-catching and productive spring bloomers, anemones have been a favorite with our customers for many years.

Alex Thornton Photo


Phalaenopsis orchid

    orchid phal, charleston

Honestly, one of our favorites ~ Phalaenopsis orchid blooms. Peach, White, Variegated, Blush, you name it, it’s probably out there! The blooms create a stunning bouquet with a flair for dramatic with its cascading stems

Photo: aaron and jillian

Sean money and Elizabeth faye


dahlia bouquet

Dahlias are a sophisticated bloom that will bring an air of elegance to your wedding day theme. They have the fullness of a peony and yet they also have a geometric swirl that mesmerizes the eye. The best part, you can find many farms locally growing the dozens of varieties and shapes that you will grow to love, as well!

Alex Thornton Photo

Sean Money & Elizabeth Faye: