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VARIEGATED ASPIDISTRA

The Aspidistra averages 15" to 18" long and 3" to 6" wide, with large, lance-shaped leaves. It's highly versatile as background foliage, a tall accent, or lining clear vases.
SEASON: Year round
HARVEST: On our farms

GREEN ASPIDISTRA

ALIAS: Aspidistra elatior, Cast iron plan
The Aspidistra averages 15" to 18" long and 3" to 6" wide, with large, lance-shaped leaves. It's highly versatile as background foliage, a tall accent, or lining clear vases.
SEASON: Year round
HARVEST: On our farms

COCCULUS

With its shiny green appearance, Cocculus is a welcome addition to almost any floral arrangement, although beware of its poisonous leaves. Cocculus only grows in Florida, and it can also be used to make wreaths.
SEASON: May to January
HARVEST: On our farms

MONSTERA

ALIAS: Swiss cheese plant
Monstera is easy to spot, with its large, leathery leaves and "Swiss-cheese" holes. It's native to southern Mexico, but we grow it on our Florida farm. Monstera is popular in home decor and floral arrangements.
SEASON: May to February
HARVEST: In our greenhouses

SWORD FERN

ALIAS: Polystichum munitum
With its elegant fronds and feathery form, this fern is ideal for arrangements and bouquets. Although similar to the Tree Fern, the Sword Fern is native to the Pacific Northwest and grows 1' to 6' long.
SEASON: Year round
HARVEST: In our greenhouses

GREEN TI LEAVES

ALIAS: Palm lily
This flowering evergreen plant in the asparagus family is known by many names, including the Good Luck plant and produces a tall, broad leaf.
SEASON: Year round
HARVEST: We source from our partner farms

GUNNII EUCALYPTUS

ALIAS: Cider gum, Parvafolia
The green and silver-grey leaves of Gunnii Eucalyptus add a fresh aroma to any room. This variety has a longer than average vase life, almost 21 days, and it can add interesting texture to bouquets and garlands.
SEASON: Mid-October to Mid-February
HARVEST: On our farms

SEEDED EUCALYPTUS

Although commonly used for texture in bouquets and arrangements, Seeded Eucalyptus can also hold its own in lovely, lush, aromatic garlands. Depending on time of year, our Seeded Eucalyptus may be Gunnii or Silver Dollar.
SEASON: September to February
HARVEST: On our farms

PLUMOSUS

ALIAS: Asparagus densiflorus, Asparagus plumosus
Plumosus is a natural climber, bringing lightweight texture to arrangements with its lacy branches and thin, wiry stem. It's popular with Victorian themes, wedding cakes, and garlands. Despite its dainty appearance, it's one tough green.
SEASON: Year round
HARVEST: In our greenhouses

GREEN HUCKLEBERRY

ALIAS: Vaccinium parvifolium, Huck
These broad-leaved shrubs can reach a height of 10', and half as wide. Green Huckleberry grows better in the shade, often alongside Salal in decomposing stumps. Its thin leaves grow on distinctively angled, broom-like branches.
SEASON: Fall to early Summer
HARVEST: In the wild

FEATHER EUCALYPTUS

ALIAS: Eucalyptus myrtaceae
With its flowing, wispy stems and long, narrow, pointed green-grey leaves, the Feather Eucalyptus works well in a variety of arrangements, including mixed bouquets, centerpieces, and garlands.
SEASON: April to August
HARVEST: On our farms

ARALIA

ALIAS: Japonica
A long lasting tropical with a shiny green appearance and a unique leaf shape. Offered in three sizes–small, medium and large.
SEASON: Year round
HARVEST: We source from our partner farms

TREE FERN

ALIAS: Asparagus virgatus, Tiki fern, Asparagus fern
Tree Fern, also called Tiki, can bring a light, voluminous look to any garland or arrangement. Its bushy, dark green, needle-like foliage can grow 15" to 22" long.
SEASON: Year round
HARVEST: In our greenhouses

SILVER DOLLAR EUCALYPTUS

ALIAS: Eucalyptus cinerea
The common name of the Silver Dollar Tree comes from its rounded, silvery-green, coin-like leaves. This hardy, rapid-growing evergreen is popular in fresh floral arrangements because of its unique texture and aroma.
SEASON: April to August
HARVEST: On our farms