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Rose Sweet4Love
Sweet4Love...what a stunning rose! This variety was included in the very first Fabulous 50 list from Online Flower Search, and we can certainly see why. This large-headed, pale mauve-pink garden-style rose from Dümmen Orange is perfect for combining with other flowers or displaying on its own. This variety will be a favorite for many customers soon! To see it...
Mistletoe
In 1893, fourteen years before its official statehood, Oklahoma choose Mistletoe (Phoradendron serotinum) as its official state floral emblem. The greenery shown in harsh winter months was used to symbolize the strength, resilience, and perseverance of the early settlers to the region. A state flower, the Oklahoma Rose, was also declared in 2004. Mistletoe is a parasitic plant, it attaches...
Spray Rose Sahara Sensation
With the fall wedding season approaching, we wanted to give this Sahara Sensation special attention. The color combination is truly unique, and it's perfect for all weddings. Please enjoy the video and ask for this Spray Rose by name from your favorite wholesaler!
The state of Maine is the only state to select a state floral emblem that actually isn’t a flower at all! In 1895, the White Pine Cone and Tassell were selected to represent the state. Maine is affectionately nicknamed “the Pine Tree state” and the white pine plays a particularly important role in the lumber industry that has long...
In 1919, the northeastern state of New Hampshire choose Purple Lilac, Syringa vulgaris, as its official state floral emblem. Purple Lilac is not native to North America, it is originally from parts of Europe and Asia. Purple Lilac was first brought to the continent from England in 1750 to be planted in the gardens of Governor Benning Wentworth in...
Rose Lighthouse
Welcome to August, where we feature “Lighthouse”, a cheerful yellow rose for many purposes! When you're looking for a great performing yellow Rose, look no further than "Lighthouse". CLICK PLAY ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO WATCH THE "LIGHTHOUSE" VIDEO For more information on how to source this rose, please contact Diego Chiriboga, located in Ecuador. We'll hope to greet you in September...
In 1620, the colonial ship named the "Mayflower" landed on the coast of Massachusetts. It is fitting that the state floral emblem is a dainty flower of the same name. The Mayflower was named the official floral emblem of the commonwealth in 1918, voted in by the school children of the state. It is a small, delicate, and fragrant...
Rose Hearts
If you're looking for an exclusive red Rose, look no further as Hearts has it all. With its many layers and dense garden-style center, Hearts opens beautifully. Also known by the name of "Wanted", Hearts is the perfect choice for Valentine’s Day and other year-round events, so be sure to ask for Hearts by name when you’re looking for...
What do you think of when Florida comes to mind? White sandy beaches? Retirees? Sunshine? How about oranges? It will undoubtedly come as no surprise that the state floral emblem for Florida is the Orange Blossom. The Orange Blossom is the fragrant flower of the Citrus sinensis (orange tree). It was chosen in 1909 as Florida produces more citrus...
This grandiose beauty, called the Amorphophallus titanum, owns the title of the largest flower in the world. Blooming once every 40 years for only 4 days, it proves to be an absolutely rare and stunning sight. Worldwide, only 3-5 blooming events, from plants grown in cultivation, happen each year; amazing! Amorphophallus titanum, the Titan arum, is also a flowering plant...

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State Flower – Alabama (AL)

The Southern USA state of Alabama has both a state floral emblem, the Camellia, and a state wildflower, the Oakleaf Hydrangea. The Camellia was...

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