Saturday, March 6, 2010

Green Flowers

St. Patrick's Day is near, and what better way to celebrate than by sending someone a nice bunch of green-tinted carnations, right?  If you love the dyed green carnations, we of course would be happy to send them for you, but let's take a look at some fresh alternatives.  You may be surprised to learn that there are many varieties of flowers today that are naturally green.  From soft pale green roses to vibrant lime green of Fuji Chrysanthemums, there is surely a naturally green flower out there to match everyone's personal taste.  Below is a sampling of our favorite green flowers:

top row:  Fuji Chrysanthemum, Anthurium, Hypericum Berries
middle row:  Cymbidium Orchid, "Green Tea" Rose, "Kermit" Chrysanthemums
bottom row:  Trachelium, Bells of Ireland, Hydrangea

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