Flower availability brisbane While most of the popular wedding flowers are generally available all year round, field (or garden) flowers still have their seasons.

Summer (Dec/Jan/Feb) Agapanthus, Belladonna Lily, Buddleia, Calla Lily, Dahlia, Delphinium, David Austin Roses, Frangipani, Freesia, Garden Roses, Gardenia, Gentian, Ginger, Grevillea, Gloriosa, Hydrangea, Hypericum, Larkspur, Lavender, Lisianthus, Pansy, Peony (Nov to mid Dec only), Pineapple miniature, Queen Anne’s Lace, Stephanotis, Sweet Pea, Tuberose, Tulips, Water Lilies.

Autumn (March/April/may) Azalea, Bouvardia, Brunii, Calla Lilies, Delphinium, Dusty Miller, Garden Roses, Gardenia, Freesia, Hydrangea, Jonquil, Kale, Lavender, Lisianthus, Nerines, Phalaenopsis Orchids, Poppies, Privet Berries, Stephanotis, Stock, Sweet Pea, Sweet William, Tuberose, Tulip, Water Lilies.

Winter (June/July/August) Anemone, Camellia, Calla Lilies, Cymbidium Orchid, Daffodil, Daphne, Earlicheer, Freesia, Hyacinth, Hypericum Berries, Jonquil, Kale,

Nerines, Phalaenopsis Orchid, Poppy Privet Berries, Ranunculus, Rhododendron, Rosehip, Stock, Sweet Pea, Tulip, Twisted willow, Violet, Wattle (mimosa).

Spring (Sept/Oct/Nov) Arum Lily, Azalea, Blossom, Camellia, Calla lily, Campanula, Chincherinchee, Cymbidium orchid, Daffodil, Delphinium, Erica, Freesia, Gardenia, Garden Roses, Hyacinth, Jasmine, Lilac, Lily of the Valley, Muscari (grape hyacinth), Peony, Phalaenopsis orchid, Poppy, Rhododendron, Stephanotis, Stock, Sweet Pea, Tulip, Viburnum.

All Year Round Alstroemeria, Anthurium, Asiatic Lilies, Aster Daisy, Chrysanthemum, Freesia, Gerbera, Gladioli, Glasshouse Roses Gypsophila, Iris, Lilium, Longiflorum Lilies, Oriental lilies, Phalaenopsis Orchid, Protea, Singapore Orchid, Snapdragon, Tropical leaves, Vanda Orchids

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  2. Allan Christensen says:

    I am working at Christensen’s Flower Auction, a local flower market n Brisbane and I agree with this article. It is actually a great idea to share for people know what to buy depending on the month. Good job for sharing it.

  3. Catherine Blackmore says:

    I just looked up GMail trying to find out information regarding Tulips. I am wondering if you have a fresh flower shop anywhere on the north side of Brisbane. If you do not then perhaps you could direct to a friends business to buy fresh flowers for my adult children when in Brisbane. I have to bring them down from Toowoomba if I cannot find a recommended shop. I do not buy from supermarkets, garages etc. so would appreciate a recommendation if you can help. Great web site for everyone trying to buy fresh flowers!!


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