a conscious seasonal purchase 

Spring

Nature awakens, the bulbs we planted in autumn shine in all their beauty, for each bulb we pick a flower, the season is very fast, in the bunches you find little green because the plants are sprouting and therefore cannot be cut.

  • tulip 4-6 days

  • narcissus 3-5 days

  • ranunculus 6-8 days

  • anemone 5-7 days

  • fritillaria 5-6 days

  • iris 3-5 days

  • poppy 3-5 days

  • sweet pea 3-5 days

  • peony 5-7 days

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Spring | Summer

Flowers from seed begin to bloom, the first are the wildest, hot days accelerate their growth, precious spontaneous weeds sprout in the fields.

  • agrostemma 2-4 days

  • snapdragon 5-6 days

  • chamomile 4-6 days

  • delphinium 4-6 days

  • cornflower 3-5 days

  • carnation 7-9 days

  • gerbera 8-10 days

  • sunflower 4-6 days

  • limonium 8-10 days - great for drying!

  • nigella 2-4 days - excellent for drying

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Summer

The most prosperous season for those who love cut flowers, many varieties and abundant production thanks to the long sunny days, is the season when the bouquets are richer and we begin to dry the flowers for the winter.

 

  • ammi 3-5 days - great to dry!

  • basil 10-14 days - use boiling water technique if it goes limp :)

  • celosia 6-8 days - great for drying!

  • cosmos 3-5 days

  • helichrysum 3-5 days - excellent to dry!

  • eryngium 4-5 days - great for drying!

  • phlox 2-4 days

  • statice 7-9 days

  • rose 4-6 days

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Summer | Autumn

The explosion of the dahlias, the summer flowers continue to produce beautiful flowers with less intensity, the evening coolness makes your bouquet last longer.

  • yarrow 6-7 days

  • amaranth 5-7 days - use the boiling water technique if it goes limp :)

  • dahlia 2-7 days

  • echinacea 7-9 days

  • carnation 7-9 days

  • sunflower 4-6 days

  • hydrangea 6-7 days

  • rudbeckia 6-7 days

  • scabiosa 5-7 days

  • zinnia 4-7 days - great for drying!

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Autumn

Perennial flowers and herbs resist, bouquets go back to being super wild and the perfect flower to keep in pot blooms, the chrysanthemum in many particular varieties.

  • astro 5-7 days

  • berries 5-7 days

  • chrysanthemums 10-14 days

  • heather 7-9 days

  • carnation 7-9 days

  • gerbera 8-10 days

  • helenium 5-7 days

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Winter

Nature takes a moment to rest, before Christmas there is a riot of greens, hellebores resist the cold, some bulbs are forced inside like super fragrant narcissus and hyacinths, everything else comes to us from Liguria and southern Italy where the climate is milder.

 

  • anemone 6-8 days

  • berries 5-7 days

  • hellebore 5-7 days

  • hyacinth 5-7 days

  • carnation 7-9 days

  • gerbera 8-10 days

  • narcissus "Paperwhite" 3-5 days

  • greens 8-10 days

  • wallflower 6-8 days

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*The indication of the duration is an example and can vary based on external elements.