Flower Guides

Please browse our extensive range of flowers guides below. 
We provide important details on a huge range of varieties so that you can quickly identify the most suitable flower for your needs.

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A genus of the Rubiaceae family, Bouvardia is a plant native to the tropical Americas. Named after a French doctor called Charles Bouvard, bouvardia flowers are small trumpet shapes that form loose clusters edged with bright green leaves.

Brassica (Ornimental Cabbages)

Using fresh brassica, (ornimental cabbages), in any flower arrangement always grabs the attention. Brassica is something completely different, and although it's just a cabbage, will always add a touch of class.


Banksia are a genus of the Proteaceae family and are native to Australia.


Bupleurum  is a lovely cut flower, often used in the same way as foliage in flower arrangements and blends beautifully with large focal flowers such as peonies and roses.

Birch - Decoratively Dyed

Birch is a member of the Betulaceae family and is closely related to oak & beech.

Beargrass (Xerophyllum)

Beargrass, (real name, Xerophyllum), is a grass closely related to the lily and is native to North America. A fragrant white flower grows from the base on a long stalk. Other common names for Beargrass are: Soap Grass, Quip-Quip, Squaw Grass and Indian Basket Grass.