Flowers available throughout the year for your wedding

Botanical name: Rosa, commonly known as Rosa; In English: Rose, Color: All you can imagine and wonderful combinations.

It is no secret that roses are a favorite of many brides and not by anything. They are very beautiful, delicately fragrant, and very resistant proper care. A great advantage of this flower is that you can easily make your own bouquet and even centerpieces with them because they are easy to maintain and very versatile.

Botanical Name: Lilium, commonly known as lily, lilies, and lily; In English: Lily, Color: White, yellow, orange, pink, purple and others.

There are lilies of various sizes, in all sorts of colors from white to deep red. The most versatile and resilient for flower arrangements are lilies Asiatic lilies, have no fragrance and can be used in all kinds of arrangements. Other favorites are Oriental lilies are larger, incredible combinations of colors, and a really amazing fragrance.

Note: The stamens are deep orange pollen that could easily stain your dress, so make sure they are removed carefully.

Botanical name: Gerbera, commonly known as: Gerbera; In English: Gerber Daisy or African Daisy, Color: Yellow, orange, white, pink or red variety.

The gerberas are fifth in the list of the most commercially important flowers (beating only rose, carnation, chrysanthemum, and tulip). There are thousands of crops and flowers can vary widely in both form and size. It is usual to find gerberas with various shades in a single flower and sometimes even sections of petals in different colors. They are beautiful, durable, and surely find the color scheme you’ve chosen for your wedding.

Botanical Name: Daucus carota, commonly known as Queen Anne’s lace, wild carrot flower, In English: Queen Anne Lace, Color: white with a red flower or ink Florecitas right downtown.

In this flower it is so called to appear fit. It is actually a stem holding an umbrella as sensitive and delicate white flowers that really do seem small stitches lace. This flower is used as the cloud, either as filler flower or starring in a delicate and romantic bouquet. This, like any other flower, can have a long life after cutting with the necessary care.

Botanical name: Asteraceae, commonly known as: Daisy, In English: Daisy, Color: Variety of colors

You can find daisies everywhere in the world except the Antarctic and Arctic extreme. Did you know that the cristantemo, gerbera, calendula, dahlia, marigold, zinnia and are all daisies? You are right! Flowers for being so tough and easy to acclimatize can find them throughout the year, although in their natural environment many of them prefer to bloom in the fall.

Botanical name: Eustoma russellianum; Commonly known as: Lisianthus; In English: Lisianthus, Texas Bluebell, Prairie Gentian, Color: Blue, pink, or white, green

Lisianthus is one of those perfect flowers for almost any arrangement, has no thorns and is very soft to the touch and visually both. The petals look like thin sheets of tissue paper and yet is a durable and sturdy flower. It has a beautiful blue-green leaves and beautiful bell-shaped flowers that can be found in the blue almost purple, magenta, pink pastel, white, and pale green.