All posts tagged Alstroemeria

Statice, Feverfew, Baby’s Breath, and More: Festive Filler Flowers that Stand on Their Own

Filler flowers are flowers that add volume and texture to floral arrangements. They may tend to be muted in color and may not have a strong fragrance. Nevertheless, many filler flowers are beautiful enough to stand on their own or as a focal point in a floral design. Continue reading [...]

Alstroemeria is the Right Flower for a Dear Friend

Popular in cut floral arrangements, alstroemeria are small lily-like flowers that are native to South America. They are one of the most common cut flowers in Europe with an increasing following in the United States. Continue reading [...]

Need Flowers for a Spring Wedding? Opt for These In-Bloom Selections

Doing last-minute flower shopping for a spring wedding? Wondering what’s in bloom so you’ll have the freshest, most springtime-ish blossoms to decorate your wedding ceremony or reception space? There are tons of gorgeous flowers springing up right now, and depending on where you live, you may be able to get your hands on all of them. Use the following spring flower guide to find floral sections that are readily available right now in North America. If you live somewhere else in the world, but want these flowers at your spring wedding, we’re guessing you’ll be able to find a floral seller online who can ship them to you quickly. Continue reading [...]
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Alstroemeria Sends a Message of Friendship and Devotion

Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian Lily or Lily of the Incas (and sometimes Ulster Mary, a perhaps deliberate mispronunciation) is a delightful shape, resembling a small lily, and comes in a wide variety of single colors and bi-colored blooms. With the flower meaning of friendship and devotion, you will want to include alstroemeria in a floral gift to someone close to you, to show them the strength of the bond between you both. Continue reading [...]