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. Continue reading “An Easy Step By Step Checklist To Help You Plan Your Wedding Flowers”

A Closer Look At Our Flowers From Ecuador

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Recently, I was able to travel to Ecuador to visit several of our farms and see for myself the climate and conditions for which our flowers grow in. The majestic Andes Mountains and fresh rain water overflowing from their towering mountain peaks into lush fertile valleys makes everything grow in a way you can’t find anywhere else. I took thousands of photos and hope to share a lot with you in upcoming articles and blogs. We are excited about our business and with confidence can say to you that you are getting the freshest flowers in the world. In the United States flowers have to grow seasonally in most areas, so the quantities and quality is somewhat limited. In Ecuador, which is on the equator, has a climate that never changes, is consistent and can produce the freshest flowers you can ever imagine.  I took this trip so I could see for myself how our flowers are produced, not to mention the feel of the atmosphere, which is tremendous. Continue reading “A Closer Look At Our Flowers From Ecuador”

Affordable, Fresh Cut Wedding Flowers

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When deciding your wedding flowers it is a good idea to order the bright and fresh flowers. At Whole Blossoms our flowers are by and large more reasonably priced, and most notably, available. Flowers like daisies, gerberas, carnations and chrysanthemums, as compared to orchids and roses are very easy on the pocket. Pick daffodils, irises and tulips in spring. All through the year Whole Blossoms can help you save over 50% of your wedding flower costs in both bouquets and decorations. Continue reading “Affordable, Fresh Cut Wedding Flowers”

We Have a Flower For Every Season


These days, many flowers are imported and available year round. Some examples include alstroemeria, carnations, chrysanthemums, freesias, gerberas, lilies, orchids, and roses. Deciding which flower to use can be a challenge, or completely up to you depending on your occasion, style and taste. Whole Blossoms wants to give you its recommendation of flowers to use for all four seasons. Continue reading “We Have a Flower For Every Season”

The Beauty Of Hydrangeas

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Hydrangeas are a very trendy and admired flower variety. I still remember watching my grandfather planting white hydrangeas for my grandmother; they used to sit in their lawn chairs by the garden, hand in hand and admiring at their marvelous floral display. Sadly they are not really appreciated as much these days because of the variety of other flowers available nowadays. Every time I look at hydrangeas I think of such fond memories. Continue reading “The Beauty Of Hydrangeas”

What Do You Know About Carnations?

Carnations 101

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Are you searching for the perfect flower and getting ready for your next planned event or wedding? Sometimes there is no right or wrong flower but a matter preference as to what fits your needs or what fits your personality. The 101 series is a series of articles helping to educate everyone with the contrasts of various flowers. You may want to read the others in this series as well as many other helpful articles. Continue reading “What Do You Know About Carnations?”

What do You Know about Campanula?

Campanula 101

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Are you looking for the perfect flowers and getting prepared for your next event or wedding? At times there is no right or wrong flower when it comes to flowers it’s actually just a matter preference as to what suits your needs or what suits your personality. We share articles that can help in enlightening everyone with the difference and contrast of different flowers. You will find many other helpful articles in our collection. Continue reading “What do You Know about Campanula?”

What do You Know about Baby’s Breath?

Baby’s Breath 101

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If you are looking for the ideal flowers and getting prepared for your special events or wedding, remember sometimes there is perfect flower the choice of flower depends upon your choice and on the type and budget of the function. If you are looking for more information on certain flowers to help you make a decision then please go through this article for more details about Baby’s Breath. Continue reading “What do You Know about Baby’s Breath?”

What Do You Know Aster?

Aster 101

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Asters bloom in areas with cool and moist summers. They have white, blue or pink flowers in late summer and fall. The Plants height varies from 8 inches to 8 feet, depending on type. Tall varieties create excellent back of the border plants and they look attractive when planted in naturalized pasture.

They are prone to powdery mold and rust problems, so it’s better select diseases resistant variety. Continue reading “What Do You Know Aster?”

What Do You Know About Amaranthus?

Amaranthus 101

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Few important points to consider with Amaranthus:

  • Several parts of this plant are edible, like the seeds and the leaves, and are often used as a food source in South America and India where one can see Amaranthus’s most important species known as kiwicha.
  • The red color in the inflorescences is attributable to an elevated level of Betacynins, much similar to Hopi red dye amaranth. Continue reading “What Do You Know About Amaranthus?”