Agapanthus, The Flower Of Love

The word Agapanthus is derived from the Greek word, Agape, which means love and the word andanthos means flower, and thus the translation of Agapanthusis is- The Flower of Love. Agapanthus is occasionally called by other names like: the African lily, Lily of the Nile and African-Blue Lily. There are around ten different species of the Agapanthus family. Agapanthus blooms are found in large bunches of blue, violet-blue or white.

Agapanthuses are found in South Africa; they spread all the way from the Western to the Eastern Cape. They grow under tree shade to stay protected from the blistering rays of sun.

Few Facts about Agapanthus

  • This beautiful flower is undoubtedly the star of the show, with its white or exotic blue flowers blossoming from end of spring till autumn (This may vary for different species).
  • It is suspected that Agapanthus can cause hemolytic poisoning, and their juice can cause ulceration of mouth.
  • An assortment of Agapanthus Flowers is an ideal match for floral arrangements requiring either spread or erupting buds from middle base.

Name – Agapanthus.

Colors – White and blue purple.

Freshness Vase Life – 6 to10 days, this largely depends on your handling and care.

Availability – They are easily obtainable from April to August; however their availability is limited in October.

Length Size – 20in to 30in Approx.

Costs – Economical

Packing – Whole Blossoms Agapanthus come in bunches of 10 stems.

Arranging Tips – Their heads contain several flowers. When the flowers reach you, you’ll find their buds are closed, after 2 to 3 days their buds will open.  Agapanthuses are distinguished by their round and large heads covered with white or blue tubular flowers. Keep in mind that their stems are fragile and will break if not treated tenderly.

Ideal for Wedding Arrangements!

Wholesale Agapanthus is presently offered in shades of dark blue/purple and white. You can wire and tape individual florets for corsages.

Some of the varieties presently available are:

  • White
  • Blue
  • Assorted

We at Whole Blossoms Wholesale Flowers would love to supply the freshest flowers available for your wedding decorations or other special occasions. We offer exceptionally low price and FREE SHIPPING. Don’t forget to visit our website:

Heavenly Carnations, Their History And Varieties

Carnations History

Carnations have a history that goes back to around 2,000 years. Some scholars advocate that their name came from the word “corone” which means flower garlands or “coronation” because it is used in Greek ritual crowns, and some scholars propose that their name is derived from Latin where “carnis” which means flesh is a reference to the pinkish hue of the flowers or “incarnacyon” which means incarnation, refers to the incarnation of flesh made by God.

Carnations are also frequently called Dianthus (their scientific name given by the Greek botanist Theophrastus). The name Dianthus comes from two Greek Words – “dios”, refers to god Zeus and “anthos”, which means flower. Carnations are therefore famously known as “The Flowers of God”.

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Orchid Wedding Bouquet & Flowers

Orchids are very beautiful flowers; they are exotic and come in many different colors and shapes that make any room brighten up. They also are elegant and really attractive to the eye which makes a perfect orchid wedding bouquet. Every color of the orchids have a special meaning, you can combine them to make your bouquet full of love and magic. All bride dreams of having the perfect bouquet and orchids are the ones to choose.

Orchid Wedding Bouquet

On your wedding you want all eyes on you,that is why walking the aisle is the most important part of your wedding, because this is the moment when you are handed to your future husband and life partner. Having the perfect dress and makeup is really important. The perfect bouquet is also a really big deal, because it is what makes you stand out, with the combination of your white big dress and beautiful bouquet. Continue reading “Orchid Wedding Bouquet & Flowers”

Whole Blossoms Wholesale Roses

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Roses have a long and vibrant history. As per fossil evidences the rose is about 35 million years old. In nature, it has some 150 species spread all over the Northern Hemisphere. Garden farming of roses began in China around 5,000 years ago. Roses were grown widely in the Middle East during the Roman period. At present, there are more than 30,000 types of roses and it has the thorniest family tree of all the flower species.

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The Flower Of The Sun


Sunflowers represent admiration, faithfulness and longevity. The meaning of sunflowers comes from their name itself. Sunflowers are rather unique in that they have the capability to provide energy in the form of vibrancy and nourishment these attributes mirror the sun and the energy given by its heat and light. Sunflowers are well-known for being happy-flowers, making them a perfect gift to bring happiness to your day.

They come in a number of assortments ranging from large to small, and from having yellow to red petals. Though, there is more to sunflowers than you can see. At the same time as they are stunningly good-looking, they are also rich in history and significance. They belong to North and South America and signify loyalty, pride and best wishes.

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Adding Kangaroo Paws To Your Bouquets


Kangaroo paw is the common name for diverse species, in two genus of this family Haemodoraceae, that are widespread in the south west of Western Australia. These perpetual plants are renowned for their distinctive bird attracting flowers. They have tubular flowers coated with thick hairs and open at the peak with 6 claw resembling structures: because of this paw pattern the common name “kangaroo paw” is derived.

The form and color of kangaroo paws make them a unique and rewarding Australian local plant for home gardens. Kangaroo paws are also great cut flowers. They are exported to various parts of the globe and are commercially grown in the USA, Japan and Israel.

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Why Buy Wholeblossoms Wholesale Baby’s Breath Flower Filler?


Wholesale BABY’S BREATH FILLERs are available for your special occasions and celebrations at huge savings especially for you. Baby’s Breath are also well-known as gypsophilia, they are used as filler in centerpieces. We add them in bridal bouquets, rose bouquets, and several other floral arrangements.

Baby’s Breath Filler can be used in many ways for different floral arrangements in weddings for instance you can use them to create chandeliers hanging through the reception tent, they can be used as garlands or wreaths to add grace to your venue doors, they can be added to the bridesmaids bouquets, they also look beautiful in centerpieces, you can use them in DIY monograms or just tuck few sprigs of in your hair with help of a bobby pin there are so many ways to use this beautiful flower.

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Nature’s Goodness Is Found In Spider Mums

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If you are on the lookout for an innate flower filled with goodness and striking splendor, then you are sure to like spider mums. Recently we ourselves ordered a few to shoot pictures, when they were placed in the house they were more than pleasing and they brightened the whole place up. We also presented few to our next door neighbors and they were delighted to see these exquisite flowers. They have a striking charisma which enchants anyone who sets eye on them. If you are thinking of buying these beautiful flowers then do learn these facts about them in advance.

Spider mums come from chrysanthemum family; in the United States they are called football mums because of they are used at football events and homecomings. In Japan and China they are highly admired. They are remarkable for the reason that they hold on to their bloom long after the flower head has been cut. Spider Mums also posses antibacterial properties. That’s not all; they can be used to manufacture natural insecticides which is not damaging to the environment.

Lets us share with you brief history of Spider mums; did you know that these gorgeous blooms are native to China and have grown to be popular in the US only in the last century?  In 18th century Karl Linnaeus (Swedish botanist) came up with the name chrysanthemum which comes from two Greek words, “Chrysos” meaning gold, and “Anthos” meaning flower, that’s how they became “Golden Flowers”. In the year 1989, it was discovered by NASA that spider mums have the ability to eliminate toxins from air by absorbing around 61% of formaldehyde from the surroundings.  They are identified as a likely source of an insecticide called pyrethrum which is used as a flea repellent. They are also used in tea in Asia for medicinal use.

Spider mums have a distinctive look on their heads. They reach up to 6 inches, and are available in light green, white, bright yellow and pale purple colors. Their florets (petals) are thin rays with coiled ends. Mum petals are named florets since technically; every floret is an in itself a flower leaping from the central disk.

Lastly, what is noteworthy in relation to spider mums? Well, they in fact have different significance in different countries. In US they express a bohemian touch to bridal bouquets. In Japan spider mums imply “celebration of happiness.” If we talk about their significance in China, then they convey “aristocracy.” And in Europe they are placed on graves.

Spider mums are full of nature’s righteousness and Whole Blossoms has a number of varieties for you to opt from. You won’t be dissatisfied with their appearance; they create a wonderful floral arrangement for your home or in your special occasions.

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Here are a few varieties available with us:





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What Is The Whole Blossoms Difference?

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At Whole Blossoms, we make every effort to bring you the finest quality flowers available from around the globe. Time and again our patrons wonder how we are different from their local florist or any other online stores. People say we have sensational roses; well, we can’t disagree with them as seeing is believing and we have 8 things that characterize us as different.

  1. Whole Blossoms offers a broad selection of flowers in different colors and varieties. Place an order of 6 dozen roses and you can see for yourself. If you compare us with others you’ll find that in another places the selection is limited compared to what we offer. We are also persistently on the lookout for new varieties to give you the most favorable flower shopping experience.

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An Easy Step By Step Checklist To Help You Plan Your Wedding Flowers

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Planning a wedding?? The first thing you need is a checklist. Any bride-to-be would find it exciting to brainstorm some ideas, prepare a checklist and then methodically execute it. The contentment you feel when carrying out your checklist is rewarding and more than worthwhile. At Whole Blossoms we wish to go beyond your expectations and bring you the finest quality flowers from our farms from all around the globe. We are also realistic and would like to give you several helpful checklist ideas to let you think and plan in advance about your wedding flowers. It is always a great idea to prepare in advance as your wedding is going to be the most significant event of your life. Planning a dream wedding takes a lot of effort; nevertheless, if you plan in advance, it will be rather easy to work out your wedding flower ideas. Are you ready for the checklist? Here we go…

1 Year before the wedding date:

Step one is to start compiling a scrapbook of different varieties and colors of flowers that you would prefer for you big day, you can tear off pages from different wedding flower magazines, in addition to that you can also visit our website and bookmark your desired flower options.

9 Months before the wedding date:

Once you have picked out your dress and the bridesmaids dresses, add a sample of both fabrics in your scrapbook to refer to while deciding colors for your flowers. You can also take assistance from us through our website; we’ll be more than happy to suggest which flowers will look good with the colors of your outfits.

6 Months before the wedding date:

Now that you have considered your flower options, finally it’s time to place your flower order, along with the total number of arrangements required.

3 Months before the wedding date:

Order your flowers over phone or online through our website. Share your delivery details considered necessary.

Below you can see another checklist to that can help you in tracking of all of the wedding flowers.

On the Wedding Day

Church Flowers

  • Entrance
  •  Columns
  •  Altar
  •  Civil Ceremony
  •  Pew-ends

Civil Ceremony

  • Entrance
  • Reception Flowers
  • Registrar’s Table

Reception Flowers

  • Entrance
  •  Top Table, Other Tables
  •  Pedestal Arrangements
  •  Cars/ Transport
  •  Wedding Cake