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I feel like summer was barely here, we blinked and its already Autumn and straight away the nights nave become cool, temperatures drop and all the bulb lines started to become available. Tulips, iris. freesia are now available, although they are mainly coming in from Tasmania and New Zealand.

The second flush of red roses is now in full swing after the Valentine's day harvest.
David Austin roses are looking like they will be especially beautiful this month and we have used some lovely roses in weddings lately.
Lisianthus will start slowing down now a little with the drop in temperature. The colour range has been lovely this season with lots of beautiful dark, light and bicolour purples, light and mid pinks plus the whites and creams. 
Dahlias continue to be lovely and we have been sourcing from a few new lovely local farms that we are loving. There is a good range of pinks, burgundies, yellows, oranges and whites.
Local callas finish early March but there are a few imports in a limited colour range. White arums are out of season. Hydrangeas will start to become scarce, with the colour of the hydrangea darkening with Autumnal tonings. Have managed to get some (rather pricey) white hydrangea for weddings.
Snaps are still available. The hybrid delphinium has been lovely - mainly whites and purples. Had trouble finding blue butterfly in the second half of the month as the crop finishes.
Birds of paradise are available. Carnations, including green trick, have been available. We have had a nice colour range of hypericum berries available. Orchids, lilies and gerberas are readily available. 
Proteas have been available including some kings but only short stem and limited supply. Banksias (2-3 types) and leucadendron are available. Other proteas are a little thin on the ground, but have managed to get repens. Banksias - Menziesii, Baxter, Candle - have been available. There has been no wax flower, no blushing bride and no flannel flower yet. Managed to get some strawflowers, although they are becoming more and more scarce. Grevillea has been available.
Flowers that are usually available in March are 
Alstromeria (white, pink, green, red, yellow, orange)
Amaranthus (green, red)
Anthirium (white, salmon, pink, lime, red)
Asiatic Lilies (white, pink, orange, yellow, red)
Aster (white, pink, purple, red)
Bouvardia (red, white, pink)
Birds of Paradise (orange/purple)
Banksia (various varieties in green, red, yellow, orange, brown, silver)
Celosia (various varieties - red, orange, yellow)
Chrysanthemum (various varieties - white, pink, red, green, yellow, lilac, orange)
Dahlia (white, pink, red, yellow, orange)
Daisy (yellow/white)
David Austin Roses (white, ivory, cream, pinks, reds)
Delphinium (butterfly or hybrid - white, blue, purple)
Freesia (white, pink, red, yellow, purple)
Gerbera (white, pink, orange, yellow, red)
Gladiolus (white, purple, green, pink, yellow, red, orange)
Grevillea (yellow, red, pink, orange)
Heliconia (red, orange, yellow)
Hydrangea (green, pink, purple, blue)
Jasmine (white/pink)
Iris (blue, purple, white, yellow)
Kangaroo Paw (pink, green, red/green, black/green, yellow, orange, red)
Lavender (purple)
Leucadendron (green, red, yellow)
Lisianthus (white, pink, purple)
Lotus (pods green, flowers pink, white)
Dusty Miller foliage
Minature Roses (white, pink, yellow, orange, red, cream)
Mini Gerbera (white, red, orange, yellow, lemon, pink)
Nerine (pink, orange)
November Lily (white)
With these bulb lines starting March is a great time to order a Canberra flower delivery.
- Skye x