Carnations got the name Dianthus from two Greek Words - "Dios", referring to the god Zeus, and "anthos", meaning flower. Carnations are thus "The Flowers of God".
Pink, in the floral world symbolizes the Mother's love, so don't be surprised if you see these beauties subtly taking over the bouquet on Mother's day!
Those Fresh Cut flowers are appreciated for their ruffled appearance, clove-like scent and extended blooming period.
Though native to the Mediterranean region, Promesas are usually in high demand all over the world - luckily, we are able to source and export flowers in great quality, thanks to the Kenyan farms we rely on.
We’re happy to share some exciting news that Azalea is embarking on a new project with The Xflora Group.
When we think of the ongoing conflict in Eastern Europe, it can be quite easy to feel as though we are all very far away from the issue and therefore not affected by what is going on. However, as we know all know from the recent hike in fuel prices worldwide, this is something that is affecting everyone and the flower industry is definitely no exception. The entire global economy is feeling the effects of what is happening in Eastern Europe at the moment. As we’re all aware from the history of the world, the ravages of conflict bring with it economic turmoil and this is no different.
Every day is a fantastic day to be surrounded by flowers. Whether they sit on your coffee table, as a centrepiece at your dinner parties, at your workstation or in your home-gardens, flowers remind us of the inherent beauty of life. They subtly make us more like them - effortlessly graceful and almost always blooming. With seasonal and perennial flowers always in the market, one could say they are ‘evergreen’.