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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Molucella (Bells of Ireland)

Molucella, (otherwise known as Bells of Ireland and Shell Flower, often miss spelt 'Moluccella'), is native to Turkey and Syria. Molucella is a member of the mint family and is a very popular wedding flower.

Muscari (Grape Hyacinths)

Muscari, (otherwise known as Grape Hyacinths), is a genus of the Hyacinthaceae family and are native to Eurasia.


Mimosa is a genus of the Mimosoideae family and is famous for its soft round sprays of yellow flowers that are in fact made up of hundreds of tiny flowers.


Monstera is a creeping vine native to Mexico and is a member of the Arum family. It is also commonly known as Swiss Cheese Plant, Ceriman, Fruit Salad Plant, Monster Fruit, Mexican Bread Fruit and Windowleaf.


Mistletoe is a parasite plant that attaches itself to and the branches of a tree. European mistletoe has pairs of oval shaped green leaves, woody stems and clusters of white, sticky berries.


Moss is a small plant that commonly grows in clusters or mats in damp and shady places. Moss does not have seeds or flowers and reproduces by producing spore capsules. Water is absorbed through the small, simple leaves - not through the roots, so when growing on trees is not a parasite.