lily of the valley





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The flowers were great and the service was amazing they really took the time to go the exstra mile Vicky and Jeanett are brilliant


Mrs and MR Smith.

5 of 5 Stars!

Fun Flower Facts

Fun Facts about Flowers by Species
Although there are over 250,000 species of flowering plants in the world, most everyone has singled out one or two to call favorite. Below are some facts about a few of the world's most popular flowers.



  • Roses are valued for their romantic symbolism but their blooms are also edible and have the flavors of green apples and strawberries.
  • There are over 15,000 species of roses cultivated across the world.
  • Barbara Streisand, Whoopi Goldberg, and Rosie O'Donnell each have a rose named for them.
  • The rose family also includes pears, apples, cherries, plums, peaches, apricots, and almonds.
  • In 1996, Americans purchased about 1.2 billion cut roses, which is the equivalent of 4.67 roses for every person in the nation.



  • Tulips have a brief lifespan of only three to seven days.
  • Amazingly, Tulips can continue to grow as much as an inch per day after being cut.
  • Symbolism such as imagination, dreaminess, and a declaration of love is a big part of the allure of Tulips.
  • In a pinch, tulip bulbs make a passably good substitute for onions in recipes.
  • Most tulips have two to six leaves, but a few species can have up to 12 leaves.



  • Feng shui buffs believe that chrysanthemums will bring happiness and laughter to any room.
  • Japan has a national chrysanthemum festival every year on September 9th. The flower is also portrayed on their imperial flags and weapons.
  • Chrysanthemums are one of the few flowers that can be cultivated bonsai style.
  • In Malta, chrysanthemums are associated with funerals, making it unlucky to keep the flower indoors.
Chrysanthemum blooms can be as small as 1 centimeter or as large as 25 centimeters