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Whole Blossoms Wholesale Flowers offers Queen Anne's Lace Wholesale Flower. Please order your wedding flowers and wholesale flowers today.

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Queen Anne's Lace Flower

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Whole Blossoms Wholesale Flowers invites you to buy wholesale Queen Anne's Lace as floral arrangement filler for flower centerpieces, bridal bouquets and other floral decor. Described as a flower having tufts of multiple white blooms atop long green stems, each bunch comes with approximately 6-10 stems. Farm direct, our bulk Queen Annes Lace flowers are fresh cut and shipped within 24 hours to you for maximum freshness. Order online today for FREE SHIPPING on Queen Anne's Lace flowers. Please order your wedding flowers and wholesale flowers today.
1. Choose Bunch Quantity:
  PricePrice per bunch
10 Bunches$125.99             ( $12.60 per bunch )
15 Bunches$169.99             ( $11.33 per bunch )
20 Bunches$195.99             ( $9.80 per bunch )
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  • Flower Care & Handling

  • Flower Delivery & Shipping FAQ

  • Once your fresh cut Queen Ann’s Lace is delivered, it is very important to hydrate them as soon as possible.
  • To begin, prepare clean buckets or vases with a few inches of water. Be sure your containers are clean and sanitized prior to use. Leftover dirt or grime can harm your flowers. It is recommended that you use clean water, free of harmful chemicals. Mineral water is best, if available. It is not necessary to completely fill your buckets with water. A few inches is usually sufficient. Floral preservative or flower food may be added to the water. A teaspoon of table sugar can also be used for every quart of water. Be sure to mix the preservative well within the water. To mitigate the natural growth of water bacteria, a few drops of lemon juice or bleach may be added for every quart of water.
  • Once your containers are prepared, carefully remove your flowers from the box and trim about 1/4-1/2 inches off the end of the flower stems. Cut the stems at an angle and use floral shears or a sharp knife; not scissors which do not leave a clean cut. Remove any leaves or foliage that might remain under your vase water, to mitigate the growth of bacteria and rotting that may occur. To promote vase life, store your Queen Anne's lace in a cool place (no lower than 40F) with ample humidity. Keep your flowers away from direct sunlight or heat. It is important that the flowers remain in water at all times.
  • Be sure to replace your water ever 2-3 days, as this will elongate the vase life of your flowers. Floral preservative may be included at each changing as well.
  • Queen Ann's Lace commonly suffer from water stress and are ethylene sensitive so they need to be kept away from fruit and vegetables to ensure a long vase life.
  • Flower Information
  • Flower Care & Handling
  • Flower Delivery & Shipping FAQ

Name: Queen Anne's Lace, Wild Carrot

Colors: White green flowers

Vase Life: 4-10 days, depending on care and handling

Availability: April thru December

Length:  20-32 inch stems

Blooms: Queen Anne's Lace flowers have several blooms that divide in additional tiny blooms per stem.

Packing: Wholesale Queen Anne's Lace is packed in bunches of 6 to 10 stems

*If a chosen color and/or variety is unavailable at the time of shipping, Whole Blossoms will match the color and/or variety as closely as possible. Farm growing conditions, weather conditions, market demand, and other general forces may result in the unavailability of the flowers shown without notice.

*While online photos shown are representations of flowers available for sale, actual colors and specifications delivered may vary somewhat since flowers are a product of Mother Nature, different browser types affect the outcome of displayed photos, and computer monitors may show differences in detail, definition, contrast, brightness, and color.

  • Once your fresh cut Queen Ann’s Lace is delivered, it is very important to hydrate them as soon as possible.
  • To begin, prepare clean buckets or vases with a few inches of water. Be sure your containers are clean and sanitized prior to use. Leftover dirt or grime can harm your flowers. It is recommended that you use clean water, free of harmful chemicals. Mineral water is best, if available. It is not necessary to completely fill your buckets with water. A few inches is usually sufficient. Floral preservative or flower food may be added to the water. A teaspoon of table sugar can also be used for every quart of water. Be sure to mix the preservative well within the water. To mitigate the natural growth of water bacteria, a few drops of lemon juice or bleach may be added for every quart of water.
  • Once your containers are prepared, carefully remove your flowers from the box and trim about 1/4-1/2 inches off the end of the flower stems. Cut the stems at an angle and use floral shears or a sharp knife; not scissors which do not leave a clean cut. Remove any leaves or foliage that might remain under your vase water, to mitigate the growth of bacteria and rotting that may occur. To promote vase life, store your Queen Anne's lace in a cool place (no lower than 40F) with ample humidity. Keep your flowers away from direct sunlight or heat. It is important that the flowers remain in water at all times.
  • Be sure to replace your water ever 2-3 days, as this will elongate the vase life of your flowers. Floral preservative may be included at each changing as well.
  • Queen Ann's Lace commonly suffer from water stress and are ethylene sensitive so they need to be kept away from fruit and vegetables to ensure a long vase life.
  • WHEN SHOULD I SCHEDULE THE DELIVERY Of QUEEN ANNE'S LACE FLOWERS? Queen Anne's Lace flowers should be scheduled for delivery two to three days before your scheduled delivery date.
  • HOW LONG IN ADVANCE SHOULD I ORDER? We recommend that you order your bulk Queen Anne's Lace flowers at least two weeks before your wedding or event to ensure product and colors availability.
  • Please check your email for your carrier's tracking number. To ensure freshness, please make yourself available to sign for your flowers upon delivery as flowers are perishable and require immediate proper care and handling.
  • Wedding flowers dropped off outside may expose flowers to excessive heat or cold which can wilt flowers. Therefore, Whole Blossoms strongly recommends having someone available to assume receipt of flowers at the time of delivery. Tracking numbers will be emailed to you 1-3 days prior to delivery of your flowers.
  • Due to flower perishability, your flowers cannot be left outside for extended periods of time after being delivered.
  • Queen Anne's Lace flowers are shipped from South America and are refrigerated through cold chain management and carefully transported to ensure freshness. Upon arrival, carefully unpack your wedding flowers and follow the care and handling. Whole Blossoms stands behind freshness and offers freshness assurance upon delivery of flowers.
  • While FedEx is reliable at meeting delivery dates and times, in a limited number of cases, your shipment might arrive 1-2 days before or after your scheduled delivery date due to factors resulting from weather, customs processing times, FedEx flight delays, and other uncontrollable and unforeseeable factors.
  • For latest status on your order, please go to the Track Your Order section located at the bottom of the menu or contact FedEx directly at 1.800.GO.FEDEX  (1.800.463.3339).