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** Wedding Flowers in Season **

*Find Wedding Flower Availabilities and Colors*

From Nina Callaway, former About.com Guide

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Picking wedding flowers in season can save you a bunch of money. Sure,
growers are now able to fly almost anything in from the other side of the
world, but you'll pay a premium for that. Here is a US guide to what
flowers are generally in season to help you get started. Talk specifically
to your florist or grower about what is available.

This chart can also help you decide when to get married. If you want huge
amounts of different pink flowers, fall might not be the best time for you
to get married. On the other hand, if adore zinnias and dahlias, perhaps
you should have a fall wedding.

*Be sure to scroll down and see wedding flowers that are available
year-round.



-Spring Wedding Flowers in Season-

Anemone* * Blue, red, pink, white * Jan-May and Aug-Dec.

*Bells of Ireland* * Green * January-October

*Boronia* * Pink * April-May

*Casa Blanca Lily* * White * January-October

*Daffodil* * Yellow * January-Early May

*Delphinium* * White, Blue * April- October

*Hyacinth* * Purple, Pink or White

*Lilacs* * Violet or White

*Narcissus* * White

*Peony * * Pink or White * Late Spring – Early Summer

*Ranunculus* * white, pink, red, orange and yellow * February-May

*Star Gazer Lily* * Pink and White * January-October

*Sweetpea* * white, pink, red/coral, and lavender/purple


Source: weddings.about.com/od/weddingflowers/a/Season.htm


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