Flower Availability

As you begin to plan your wedding, you’ll likely find yourself browsing Pinterest or Google images for photos, looking for inspiration for your bridal bouquet and bridesmaids’ bouquets. What you might not realize when saving a photo of a bouquet is that many popular varieties of flowers are not available year round. For example, we have people request tulips for an August wedding, but tulip season is January through May. At times we can get tulips during their off season, but price will be high and quality will be low, thus, requesting flowers outside of their peak season is not suggested, and in some cases, not possible.

Please refer to this list of some of the most popular flower varieties and their seasonal availability prior to your consultation.

Cost Key:  $ = Low     $$ = Medium    $$$ = High

Anemone – November through May  $$
Bouvardia – year round  $
Calla Lily – year round, peak in the Spring  $$$
Carnation – year round  $
Daisies – year round  $
Daffodil – January through April  $$
Freesia – year round  $$
Garden Rose – year round  $$$
Gerbera – year round  $
Hydrangea, white, blue, green – year round  $$
Orchid, most varieties – year round  $$
Peony – Spring-Summer only  $$$
Ranunculus – Late winter – early spring  $$
Rose, standard tea or spray – year round  $$
Rose, specialty (special order colors) – year round  $$$
Stephanotis – year round  $$$
Stock – year round  $
Sunflower – year round  $$
Tulip, Dutch – January through May  $
Tulip, French – January through May $$$
Veronica – year round $$