Featured Arrangements By Everyday Flowers
We have just uploaded three new arrangements to the website. These arrangements will be featuring some of the local hydrangea that is no available. Hydrangea will be available throughout the summer months and will continue to change color until it reaches it antique green look around August to September.
Our first arrangement has a soft lavender hydrangea with Gerbera Daises Alstromeria Lisianthus and Seafoam Statice with a Tea Leaf wrapped in the rectangular glass vase. Many of our customers don't realize this but a majority of the flowers that we use in our arrangements are grown here in California. Mostly down in the San Diego farms where we see Stock Alstromeria Fillers including Wax Flower and Seafoam Statice. Even most of our greens that we use such as the many types of Eucalyptus and the Geranium Leaves.
Which brings us to our next arrangement. Our second arrangement has white hydrangea with Gerbera Daises Roses Alstromeria Yarrow Solidaster Eucalyptus and Chocolate Geranium leafs. The Chocoalte Geranium has an incredible scent to them as well as the hint of Eucalyptus really makes this arrangement complete.
Gerbera Daises are also grown down in the San Diego area and they need a good amount of sunlight to grow with nearly perfect temperature to grow which makes San Diego the perfect location to grow these incredible flowers.
Hydrangea is also grown in these farms and are available in many types and of course colors. Annabelle and Mophead Hydrangea are the most popular when it comes to florist.
Our final arrangement features Pink Hydrangea with Roses Alstromeria China Mum Hypericum Eucalyptus Wax Flower and to top it off we have a matching ribbon with a Manzanita Branch and matching butterfly.
These three arrangements mark the beginning of the Summer Season so look for new arrangements being added to the website as we begin to see the summer flowers begin to arrive in our store.
Remember that we do offer delivery of our products to all cities located in Orange County California.