UNIQUE AND UNUSUAL FLOWERS DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE UK
|1. BLACK CALLA LILY|
Dark, mysterious and oh-so elegant, the black calla lily is a sultry stem that adds a certain air of glamour to any bouquet. It's an unusual flower originating from South Africa and is certain to impress your recipient. Calla means ‘beautiful’ in Greek - we can certainly see why the calla lily got its name!
|Find Black Calla Lilies in our Black Diamond bouquet
|2. WONDER ORCHID|
Orchids are a variety of plant that produce some of the most unusual flowers around. With a nod to the far east, unique orchids continue to surprise and delight us with their bright blooms. With their sky blue petals radiating out from a hot pink centre, the pink and blue phalaenopsis orchid is the perfect example of an unusual flower.
|Find the Wonder Orchid in our Blue & Pink Phalaenopsis Orchid
With a dome shaped head dotted with lots of tiny unusual flowers, trachelium is a beautiful addition to any bouquet, which from a distance can almost take the appearance of pincushion. When combined within a bouquet, trachelium adds a wonderful texture in contrast with many other blooms.
|Find Trachelium in our Coral bouquet
|4. GREEN CYMBIDIUM ORCHID|
A colour more commonly associated with the leaves and stems of flowers makes green cymbidium orchids a rather unique flower. With a star shaped outer petals in green, and a deep red centre that resembles a winged angel, these blooms are a beautiful addition to any floral arrangement.
|Find the Green Cymbidium Orchid in our Sumptuous Orchid bouquet
With a beautiful large head of spiked petals, the resomee chrysanthemum is a stunningly unique flower. Coming in a variety of bright and pastel shades, from pretty pink to lemon yellow, the resomee chrysanthemum can be relied on to add an unusual appearance to any flower arrangement.
|Find Chrysanthemum bloom our Forever 1 bouquet
A heavenly scent and small clusters of brightly coloured flowers makes bouvardia a stunning unique flower. The flower heads are often unusual shapes, with certain varieties having the appearance of little white cubes before they fully open, making for a truly unique appearance.
|Find white Bouvardia in our Purity bouquet
One of the most unusual flowers on our list, leucospermum is a tropical looking species with a flower head produced in a dense inflorescence (cluster of flowers). You'll find leucospermum in bright colours and it is almost certain to be the talking point or any flower arrangement.
|Find Leucospermum in our Tropicana bouquet
|8. VANDA ORCHID|
The vanda orchid, also known as the Singapore orchid, is a truly special species of orchid, producing bright clusters of flowers in a variety of colours and patterns. Originating from mountains and forests of east Asia, the vanda orchids unusual flowers are often favoured by florists looking to create an unique luxury bouquet.
|Find Vanda Orchids in our Mulberry Orchid bouquet
Antirrhinum, or snapdragons as they are more commonly known, are a variety of unusual flowers which bloom on tall stems with flower heads that resemble the face of a dragon when squeezed. The spiky stems with brightly coloured blooms can be used for visual impact in bouquets.
|Find Antirrhinum in our Purity bouquet
|10. WHITE ERYNGIUM|
White Eryngium has jagged steely petals which add a unique element to any bouquet. The name actually originates from Ancient Greece, where the plant was used to cure indigestion. The thistle-like white eryngium is a superb contrast with soft petals traditionally found in a bouquet, helping create a visually impressive display.
|Find White Eryngium in our Quartz bouquet