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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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The tulip is a plant grown from bulb and is a genus ‘Tulipa’ in the Liliaceae family. Although tulips are associated with Holland, the first commercial cultivation began in the Ottoman Empire – the word ‘tulip’ is derived from the Persian word ‘dulband’, meaning ‘turban’. Tulip festivals are held in the Netherlands, Spalding England and North America every May. The largest, permanent display of tulips in the world is in Keukenhof, Holland. Tulips are now very popular in Australia and tulip festivals are held in September & October, (Australian Spring time).

Tanacetum (Feverfew)

Tanacetum, (also known as Tansy, Costmary and Feverfew), is a genus of the Asteraceae family and is native to the Northern Hemisphere.


Trachelium, (otherwise known as Blue Throatwort), is a genus of the campanula family and is native to the west Mediterranean.

Triteleia (Brodea)

Triteleia, (otherwise known as Brodea and Triplet Lilies), is a small, mostly blue flowering plant native to North West America.