Roses, carnations, chrysanthemums, pompoms, gerberas,
lilies and more Colombian flowers...
  • Roses
    From snowy white, to blue, purple and nearly black, roses represent a noble tradition of beauty. The on-going development of the species and its varieties, time and again rekindles the natural beauty of this flower, without a doubt preferred over all others. In 1978, Colombia began to expand its rose crops and for over three decades this product has grown considerably in export value, now ranking with carnations as the leading export crop. Newer fresh cut rose varieties include such varieties as Deep Purple (bicolor purple), Brighton and Bikini (yellow), Kahala (orange) , Lemonade and Pink Floyd among may others coming out to the market every year.
  • Carnations
    Also known as the "Flower of the Gods” or “heavenly flower, Carnations are really and technically known as DIANTHUS. The collection of dianthus here will try to do its best to show the almost infinite range of colors and shapes that you can find around for this popular and very very traditional and loved flower. We love carnartions for their versatiliy either as a focal flower or even as a filler. Enjoy!
  • Chrysanthemums
    A Chrysanthemum flower head is actually a cluster of many flowers, composed of a central group of short disk flowers surrounded by rings of longer ray flowers. Chrysanthemums are classified into a variety of categories. Chrysanthemums are tropical flowers originally grown in the Eurasian region, and they belong to the Asteraceae (Compositae) family, which is one of the largest families of flowering plants with over 1,000 genera and about 20,000 species. What's great about these flowers is that they are not specific to any season, and that makes them just a perfect fit for a region like Colombia that enjoys a single and consistent weather: Sunny, beautiful, pretty warm and pleasant all year round.
  • Alstroemerias
    Colombia has been producing these long lasting flowers for over 40 years now. These are strong, tall and no-fragrance flowers that have a vase life of about two weeks. Alstroemeria is named after the Swedish botanist Klas von Alstroemer, who was a pupil of the great botanical classifier Linnaeus. The genus Alstroemeria consists of about 50 species.
  • Hydrangeas
    Hydrangeas have become such a favorite flower that nowdays you can find almost every color hydrangea you can imagine. What´s great is that this very sensitive and delicate flower can last up to 12 to 15 days in your vase. Would you believe it? That´s how far the flower industry has gotten...
  • Bouquets
    The bouquets you may find at any given supermarket in Europe or in the United States is unbeleivably made thousands of miles away from where you are buying it for your home. That's right, Colombian farms are manufacturing, composing and designing these fantastic flower mixtures and shipping them out just like that to far away places around the world. Enjoy here a brief sample.
  • Lilies
    Lily blossoms are often fragrant flowers, although they are not always, as many people prefer, odorless flowers. These come in an assortment of colors ranging from whites to bright hues. Some come in elegant bronze and even nearly black. Their large open flowers display spots and brush strokes on their long lasting blooms. A good number of farms in Colombia are now growing Oriental and Hybrid Lilies.
  • Folliage
    Greens are used to enhance floral bouquets and arrangements. Popular choices are Leatherleaf, Tree Fern and Boxwood. Leatherleaf makes an ideal background for highlighting flowers. Tree fern is a dark green, fluffy fern and is commonly and it is used in all kinds of arrangements. Tree Fern has soft, feathery shoots around a central stem. This airy look makes it a perfect filler, enhancing the beauty of flowers. While Boxwood is about 20" with dark, thin branches and small oval leaves. It is a very hardy green. Boxwood is dark, and has thin branches with small oval leaves and it is very hardy. Expected vase life in general for foliage is very extended, and over lasts or survives alls other blooms in general. Colombian farms have focused on greens for quiete a few yeras now, mostly since the growth of the bouquet and consumer bunches at supermarkets. These fillers are ussually supplied to bouquet makers in Colombia or in flower entry ports such as Miami in the USA.
  • Gerberas
    Gerbera species have a large center with striking two-lipped ray florets in yellow, orange, white, pink or red. The center, which has the appearance of a single flower, is actually hundreds of individual flowers. Gerberas have large heads with eye-catching flowers in infinite shades of yellow, orange, white, pink and red: the eye of the flower can be dark, as well as yellow, light green and even white. Frequently, on the same flower you can see petals in different colors. This is the fifth most used cut flower in the world after the rose, carnation, chrysanthemum and the tulip. Gerberas come in vibrant and versatile colors for arranging flowers for any occasion. These flowers are commonly used as focals for fantastic bouquets.
  • Tropical Flowers
    Tropical flowers grow amidst the rain and fog of the Andean forest milieu between 600 and 1,500 meters (4,920 feet) above sea level. These are richly exotic species that delight with their exuberance of shape and color. Tropical flowers are natives to Central and South America and some islands of the South Pacific. Colombian farms at warmer climates have expanded their areas to grow this fairly easy crop. Tropical bouquets are available in a wide range of designs and price points ranging from simple Ginger bouquets to spectacular mixes of Ginger, Heliconia, Psittacorum and even Musa Banana flowers and Pineapples!
  • Fillers
    Fillers are commonly associated with gypsophilias or Baby's Breath blooms, statice, limoniums, etc. Many tiny flowers are produced in massive quantities on slender, multi-branched stems giving a lacy, light appearance. These flowers are there to complement focal or larger flowers in flowers arrangements. Small light colored or green leaves are barely noticeable below masses of flowers. These often have white, green or colored little flowers or leaves that do a great job as fillers in bouquets and arrangements, creating depth and dimension.
  • Summer Flowers
    Summer Flowers or Diversification Flowers refers to non traditional cut flowers, anything other that roses, carnations, chrysanthemums and the more commonly flowers known around…. Those are often called summer flowers although this doesn’t just mean they have been gown in the Summer time. We guess this name came about as these non so common flowers look just like garden or summer like flowers… perhaps a bit wild and strange, these are often flowers people hardly can name at first hand. What do you call this flower?
  • Spray Carnations
    Colombia is the world’s leading producer of carnations. Carnations were the first flower variety that Colombian flower growers propagated and exported to the United States in 1965. Today, carnations continue to be one of the most important flowers on the international flower market because of its incredible variety of colors that enable it to take on many different roles in flower arrangements. Spray carnations are always important components in any bouquet. They can also be sold individually at retail level. There exists such a great variety of novelty colors on spray carnations grown in Colombia, we really hope to not miss any and list them all here.
  • Spray Roses
    There are many different varieties of roses, including single roses, spray roses and shrub roses. While some rose bushes produce one blossom per branch, others produce several roses per branch. A spray rosebush won’t provide you with long-stemmed roses. Spray roses have short individual stems on a single larger stem. Miniature spray roses are often used for wrist corsages, centerpieces and other small scale arrangements. Spray roses can be combined with other flowers and greenery in bigger bouquets for a thick and lush appearance in flower designs
  • Callas
    A thick, waxy spathe (petal) wraps around this elegant minimalistic flower. Large white Callas are well known, but smaller, coloured Callas are becoming more familiar. These can provide the focal point for a spectacular arrangement or bouquet. Vase life for both varieties ranges between 7 - 9 days. Callas are very fashionable. One to three stems of white Callas in a vase make a strong statement.

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