Our goal is to ensure we will have the colours and types of flowers needed to capture the vision of your wedding flowers. We also have years of experience wild-harvesting and look forward to including natural, wild elements in your designs. Between the gardens and wild spaces, there is over a thousand varieties of flowers and greenery that comes available throughout the growing season!
Have a peek at some of the more popular flowers and greenery what you can expect throughout the season.
flowering shrubs and fruit trees, spirea, multiflora rose, lilac, thornless berry canes, ranunculus, anemone, peonies, ornamental tulips and daffodils, iris, bleeding hearts, wood hyacinth, allium
false indigo, privet, highbush blueberry, boxwood, lilac, ninebark, trembling aspen, eucalyptus, thornless berry canes, astilbe and peony foliage, snapdragons, first of the season dahlias, sweet peas, larkspur, bee’s friend, sea holly, foxgloves, phlox, daisies, yarrow
false indigo, privet, highbush blueberry with fruit, boxwood, lilac, ninebark, trembling aspen and other native and ornamental trees, eucalyptus, smilax, jasmine vine, culinary herbs (rosemary, sage), honeywort, wormwood, astilbe and peony foliage, thornless berry canes, and wild olive, dahlias, lisianthus, gooseneck loosestrife, yarrow, agapanthus, sunflowers, amaranthus, rudbeckia, echinacea, zinnia, helipterum, strawflowers, globe amaranth, statice, phlox, butterfly weed, sneezeweed, snapdragons, floss flower, crocosmia, hydrangea
Throughout The Season
cress, chamomile, herbs including sage, rosemary, mint, thyme and oregano, queen anne’s lace, nigella, smilax, ivy, orlaya, trachelium, agrostemma, lace flower, pin cushion flowers, bachelor buttons, poppy and nigella seed pods, boxwood