Interflora flowers

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  • Hypericum

    Hypericum (hy-PERRI-cum) is also known by the more common name of St John’s Wort and can be found in the UK (since 1594), where they have traditionally been cultivated for their medicinal properties, especially as an anti-depressant. Description St. John’s Wort can be found in variety of forms. Many are small herbaceous herbs while other…

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  • Gladiolus

    The Gladiolus genus gets its name from the Latin for ‘small sword’. While sometimes referred to as the sword lily, the most common name used in the UK is gladiolus. Description Almost every species from the Gladiolus genus produces flowers in every shade apart from blue. The range of colour is considered one of the…

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  • Gloriosa

    Gloriosa Rothschildiana is more commonly known as the Gloriosa Lily or Glory Lily from the latin gloria meaning honour, fame. This splendid and exotic lily was named after Baron Z.W. Rothschild, an authority on birds, who brought the flower from Africa and entered it at an exhibition of the English Horticultural Society at the turn…

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  • Gypsophila

    Known as Baby’s Breath and Bristol Fairy, Gypsophila is a herbaceous plant which can be either annual or perennial. One of its more unique plants attributes is that it is pest-resistant, which makes it popular with gardeners. Description Gypsophila has many small yet striking flowers and, when in bloom, the Bristol Fairy variety produces a…

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  • Helenium

    Known as ‘Helen’s flower’, Heleniums are often displayed with other plants such as solidago, rudbeckias and heliopsis to introduce colour to an arrangement. They are seen as being part of the daisy family, which is down to their small flowers and multiple petals. Description Most species in the genus resemble daisies, in that they have…

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