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Grace Wednesday, 10th of August 2011

which flowers are in season for a Sept / Oct wedding. I want fresh flowers and would also like to know which ones will last the whole day?

Hi, I have copied below my flower season guide. September / october is a really good time of year, as the weather is great and not too hot. If you are a queensland Bride do bear in mnd Tullups are very fleshy and don't withstand the heat, and hug factor for the mens buttonholes. But if you have your heart set on them, my suggestion is to go for REAL TOUCH ones mixed with fresh greenery.
Please feel free to ask any questions, Kind regards,
Yvette


Flower Season Guide
This small selection of flowers is only a rough guide as flowers tend to overlap in their seasonal availability. Nature also follows its own set of rules—depending on the weather. Rain and temperature play a large part on the availability of certain flowers

Spring Wedding Flowers (September, October, November)
Peach, Cherry, Apple Blossom
Sweet Peas
Peony
Freesias
Hyacinths
Tulips
Lily of the Valley
Roses (Start mid October)
Delphinium
Orchids—Phaeleonopsis
Arum lilies
Ranunculus
Waratahs
Variety of Natives
Babys Breath
Snapdragons
Anemones
jasmine

Autumn Wedding Flowers (March, April, May)
David Austin Roses
Calla Lily
Gloriosa Lily
Baby’s breath
Australian Natives
All year round flowers
Amaranthus
Bells of Ireland
Nerines
Variety of Orchids
Disbuds























Summer Wedding Flowers (December, January, February)
Roses (Their Season)
Cattleya Orchid
Dendrobium Orchid
Spider Orchid
Dancing Lady Orchids
Vanda Orchids
Peony (May still be available)
David Austin roses (November-March)
Anthuriums
Stephanotis
Bouvardia
Calla Lily
Dahlias
Berzilia
Hydrangea
Lisianthus
Disbuds


Winter Wedding Flowers (june, july, august)
Blushing Bride
Earlicheer
Daffodils
Jonquils
Hyacinths
Freesias
Kale
Tulips
Hellebores
Cymbidium Orchids
Geraldton Wax

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