We all know the classic summer flowers such as sunflowers and gladiolus! But when you are in need of some inspiration, remember the many other summer flowers which reappear in the peak of the summer such as the Delphinium, Gloriosa, Allium, and Lathyrus.
Each festive bouquet is in need of these colourful and characteristic flowers! Because of its appearance, the Celosia makes a bouquet is both stylish and playful. These flowers are very appropriate and available in the colors of the sun: red, orange, yellow and pink.
A beautiful and elegant flower, which provides a graceful effect in every bouquet. The Gloriosa is also known as the glory lily, crown of honor or flaming lily. Due to the accessibility of this flower, it fits almost with every blooming style! Perfect to combine for your summer bouquet.
This flower carries a delicious sweet and natural scent. It is available in many colors such as white, red, pink, cream, cream-yellow, orange or mixed colors. The flower provides a playful and gentle effect to every summer bouquet.
These amazing and beautifully round flowers make the blasting season complete. Allium is available in the most beautiful colors and has a long vase life. After blooming you can dry her and can use it on a large scale even after the summer. Be careful not to damage the stems and leaves, because then you are dealing with a typical onion scent.
Did you know that this wonderful flower is related to the whippery. The graceful Delphinium is very popular during the wedding season but also with the flowers and bees. They love this beautiful flower with her stunning flowers. This flower is available in the colours; Purple, blue, red, yellow or white.
Sweet William - Dianthus barbatus
Nobody is sure which William sweet William is named after. But whoever it is, the flowers will always turn cheerfully towards you. There is no symbolism known for sweet William, but the name suggests that it stands for charming good looks.
Campanula (also known as Dalmatian bellflower) comes from a big family of more than 300 species (Campanulaceae). As you might have guessed, the botanical name is the Latin word for ‘little bell’. And this bell has a different chime everywhere.