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List of 87 Flower which you can find in Feb

  1. Acacia (Mimosa) – Tiny petal-less yellow flowers cover the stems
  2. Aconitum (Monkshood) – Tall spiky flowers, long lasting but poisonous
  3. Alstroemeria (Peruvian Lily) – Very popular and long lasting flowers, often bi-coloured
  4. Amaryllis (Hippeastrum) – Large very striking trumpet shaped flowers, often grown indoors from bulbs
  5. Ammi (Queen Anne’s lace) – Masses of delicate white flowers, ideal as a filler
  6. Anemone (Windflower) – Delicate, papery flowers, available in vibrant and pale colours
  7. Anigozanthus (Kangaroo Paw) – Unusual furry buds with insignificant flowers. Ideal for modern arrangements
  8. Anthurium (Painter’s Palette) – Exotic waxy looking flowers
  9. Aranthera (Scorpion Orchid) – Long lasting orchid with small flowers on upright stems
  10. Asclepias (Milkweed) – Clusters of tiny flowers, ideal as a filler
  11. Aster (Michaelmas daisy) – Popular filler with daisy like flowers on upright stems
  12. Astrantia – Starry mauve or white flowers, slightly unpleasant smell
  13. Arachnis (Spider Orchid) – Long stems with slender petals and spotted flowers
  14. Banksia (Bottlebrush) – Exotic Protea from Australia, large flower heads made up of masses of tiny flowers
  15. Bouvardia – Clusters of small tubular flowers, use with special flower food. Not all colours are available throughout the year
  16. Bupleurum – Insignificant yellow green flowers.
  17. Marigold (Calendula) – Popular daisy-like flower with a country garden feel
  18. Calla Lily (Zantedeschia, Arum Lily) – Striking single flowers. The coloured varieties are smaller than the white ones, and not all colours are available all year round
  19. Campanula (Canterbury Bells) – Quite large bell shaped flowers, several to a stem
  20. Carnation – Very long lasting. Some new more interesting colours are now available
  21. Carthamus (Safflower) – Unusual slightly thistle like flowers, dries well
  22. Spray Carnation – Long lasting flowers. Some more interesting colours becoming available
  23. Cattleya orchid – Large brightly coloured orchids, usually 1 or 2 per stem
  24. Cestrum – Dense clusters of flowers at the top of straight stems
  25. Ginger (Alpinia) – Large striking tropical flowers
  26. Waxflower (Chamaelaucium) – Small scented flowers ideal as fillers, sold in bud and in flower
  27. Chrysanthemum – Available as large individual showy blooms, or the spray variety. Very long lasting
  28. Craspedia – Small completely round flower head made up of lots of tiny yellow flowers
  29. Crocosmia – Tall spiky flowers generally known as Montbretia when grown as a garden flower.
  30. Cymbidium Orchid – Striking flowers, which flower profusely with up to 12 flowers on each stem
  31. Cynara (Artichoke) – The flower of the artichoke
  32. Delphinium -Tall flower spikes. Also, Larkspur which is a type of delphinium
  33. Dendrobium orchid (Singapore orchid) – Long lasting orchids with several blooms on each erect stem
  34. Echinacea – Daisy like flowers with backward sloping petals
  35. Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) – Large dramatic flowers, usually yellow or orange, with other colours less commonly available
  36. Eryngium (Sea Holly) – Blue thistle like flowers, sometimes the blue is so intense it is hard to believe they are not dyed
  37. Eucharis (Amazon Lily) – Beautiful slightly downward facing delicate flower heads on tall straight stems
  38. Euphorbia (Spurge) – Graceful curving stems with loads of tiny flowers.
  39. Eupatorium – pretty white small flowers, used as a filler
  40. Forsythia – The shrub commonly grown in our gardens for their springtime flowers
  41. Freesia – Highly popular, highly scented flowers
  42. Fritillaria – Exotic looking flowers which hang downwards in a cluster on top of tall straight stems
  43. Genista – Masses of tiny flowers all along the straight leafless stems. Popular filler flower
  44. Gentiana – Long lasting trumpet shaped flowers up straight stems
  45. Gerbera – Large daisy like flowers, a smaller ‘germini’ variety is also available
  46. Gloriosa (Glory Lily) – A very dramatic flower with yellow edged cerise petals. The National Flower of Zimbabwe
  47. Godetia – Several brightly coloured trumpet shaped flowers open up each stem
  48. Gypsophila – Very popular filler flower. New smaller-flowered varieties are now available
  49. Heliconia – Tropical flower with large very dramatic flower heads. Several different types available
  50. Helleborus (Christmas Rose) – Short lived very delicate and subtle flowers
  51. Hyacinth – Popular as a pot plant hyacinth and increasingly popular as a cut flower
  52. Hypericum (St John’s Wort) – Attractive berries rather than flowers make this a very popular filler
  53. Iris – Very popular but short lived flowers
  54. Leucadendron (Safari Sunset) – It is the leaves rather than the flowers which make this popular
  55. Leucospermum (Pincushion Protea) – Large flower heads which resemble a pin cushion. Long lasting
  56. Lily – Available throughout the year, but if you are looking for a particular colour check availability with your florist
  57. Liatris – Tall poker shaped purple flowers
  58. Lilac – A common shrub and highly popular, strongly scented cut flower
  59. Lily of the Valley (Convallaria) – Tiny bell shaped flowers on short stems. Very popular in wedding flowers
  60. Limonium (Sea Lavender) – Popular as a dried flower, all varieties make good fillers, but it can have an unpleasant smell!
  61. Lisianthus (Eustoma) – Popular flowers which open from tightly swirled buds, bi-coloured varieties also available
  62. Lysimachia (Loose Strife) – Arching flower heads on the end of the stems, each made up of a mass of tiny flowers
  63. Moluccella (Bells of Ireland) – Tall stems with a mass of bell shaped flowers
  64. Muscari (Grape hyacinth) – Very small with short stems and clusters of tiny blue flowers
  65. Narcissus (Daffodil) – Needs no description and evokes spring more than any other cut flower
  1. Narcissus (Daffodil) – Needs no description and evokes spring more than any other cut flower
  2. Oncidium orchid (Golden Shower Orchid) – Lots of small yellow flowers along the stem. Miniature hybrids are available in colours other than yellow
  3. Ornithogalum (Chincherinchee) – Fantastically long lasting flower, usually white and less commonly available in yellow
  4. Paphiopedilum orchid (Slipper orchid) – Very large dramatic orchid flowers
  5. Phalaenopsis orchid (Moth Orchid) – Large showy flowers, popular as a pot plant as well as a cut flower especially for weddings
  6. Phlox – English country garden flower. Very popular
  7. Protea – Large exotic flowers with many different varieties
  8. Prunus (Flowering cherry) – Cherry blossom, beautiful delicate flowers on tall straight branches
  9. Ranunculus – Small delicate, papery flowers.
  10. Rose – Needs no description! Almost every colour available except true black or blue
  11. Rudbeckia – Daisy like flower, usually sold without any petals, just the pincushion like centre
  12. Solidago – A popular yellow filler flower
  13. Solidaster – A cross between Solidago and the Aster. Used as a filler
  14. Stephanotis (Wax flower) – Not generally available as a cut flower, but the individual small, waxy, white flowers are often used in bridal work
  15. Strelitzia (Bird of Paradise) – Unmistakable large and exotic flowers with blue and orange flowers
  16. Sunflower (Helianthus) – Striking, large daisy like flowers, usually yellow but more unusual rusty colours are becoming available
  17. Tanecetum – A type of chrysanthemum with small button shaped flowers
  18. Trachelium – Masses of tiny flowers create a large flat flower head
  19. Tuberose (Polianthes) – Highly scented flowers on tall stems
  20. Tulip – One of the most popular cut flowers in the UK with many different varieties
  21. Veronica (Speedwell) – Delicate flower spikes add contrast to arrangements
  22. Viburnum (Snowballs) – Short lived but increasingly popular. Each flower head is made up of a mass of tiny flowers
  23. Vanda – Usually 6 – 8 blooms per flower stem, the petals often have a marbled appearance

24. Vuylstekeara – A hybrid orchid, with highly patterned petals

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