When I first started selling flowers to florists 4 years ago, I discovered very quickly that more often than not, they wanted a colour or a flower that wasn't available at the time they wanted it. Because of the wholesale markets being able to buy from all over the world, the natural colours of the year have been lost.
We know that the burnt oranges, purples and maroons are signs of Autumn
We know that a yellow daffodil is a sign of spring
But when's the best time of year to get peach coloured flowers? Or for true blue blooms?.
Throughout the year, we'll give you the colour palettes that work well each month with British Flowers. If there are plenty of varieties available in those shades at your event season, it will be easier to find them, and you are less likely to need to use several different suppliers or growers.