Flower spotlight: Green ball dianthus

You probably haven’t spent much time hoping to get a “green ball” bouquet, but maybe you should! Green ball dianthus, also known as green trick, is a fun and whimsical flower that brings our wildest Dr. Seuss dreams to life!

Flower spotlight: Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate

"Kiss me over the garden gate" is a flower with a bloom that is as fun and whimsical as the name, and it seems the perfect option to spotlight during the month of love. Also known as lady’s fingers, prince or princess feather, and oriental persicaria, it originated in China and has been naturalized in Uzbekistan and more temperate climates in regions of Australia and Asia.

Valentine’s Gifts for Singles, Kids, and Frugal Friends

We know that not everyone is a fan of this mushy gushy romantic holiday. Many single people detest it because they see it as a holiday for everyone but them. Others believe it’s a trap set by card and candy companies to make more money. Here at Lilygrass, we believe it’s a celebration of love in all forms that should be enjoyed by everyone.

Send flowers nationwide through Lilygrass

Need to send something to a friend out of town but still want to use the amazing Lilygrass floral team that you know and trust?

Flower spotlight: lisianthus

Lisianthus, most often seen in bridal bouquets and other special occasion arrangements, is a single or double bloom flower that grows in a variety of yellows, reds, pinks, and purples. Native to the warmer regions of Mexico, South America, the Caribbean, and the southern United States, these pretty perennials are also known as Texas bluebells or prairie gentians.


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