AUSTRALIAN WEDDING FLOWERS SEASONALITY GUIDE

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The process of selecting the perfect wedding flowers can be overwhelming. Even though the choices seem endless, it can be difficult to figure out what flowers will be available when your wedding day rolls around. After all, you want to make sure your bouquet is stunning for all of the photos that will be taken. 

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We have put together this wedding flowers seasonality guide including some of the most popular wedding flowers.

 

Certainly sometimes seasons can be extended and there are also some wedding flowers that can cross over into a couple of seasons, we have also listed the couple of most sought after flowers that can generally be available as imported lines in Australia.

 

Import options need to be discussed with your floral designer, please note imports are subject to availability, and import processes and availability through seasons are not always the full entire period of time, with some import lines only available for 5-6 weeks. 

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SUMMER        

  • Amaranthus

  • Celosia

  • Cornflower

  • Cosmos

  • Dahlias

  • Daisies

  • David Austin roses

  • Delphinium

  • Gardenia Blooms

  • Gloriosa

  • Hydrangea

  • Kangaroo Paw

  • Lavender

  • Lisianthus

  • Peonies (flowering for strictly 5 weeks in Australia from November to early December)

  • Phalaenopsis Orchids

  • Proteas

  • Roses

  • Scabiosa

  • Snapdragon

  • Stephanotis

  • Stock

  • Water Lilies

  • Zinneas

AUTUMN

  • Bouvardia

  • Calla lilies

  • Camellia blooms

  • Cornflower

  • Cosmos

  • Cymbidium orchids

  • Dahlias

  • Daphne

  • David Austin roses

  • Delphinium

  • Disbuds

  • Double tulips

  • Early Cheers

  • Freesias

  • Hyacinth

  • Lavender

  • Lisianthus

  • Parrot Tulips

  • Peonies (imported)

  • Phalaenopsis Orchids

  • Poppies (starting May)

  • Roses

  • Snapdragons

  • Stock

  • Tuber Roses

  • Tulips

WINTER

SPRING

  • Anemones (start generally July and finish in October)

  • Blushing Brides

  • Calla lilies

  • Daffodil

  • Daphne

  • Delphinium

  • Disbuds

  • Double tulips

  • Early Cheers

  • Cymbidium orchids

  • Freesias

  • Helleborus

  • Hyacinth

  • Jonquil

  • Kale

  • Lavender

  • Lisianthus (imported)

  • Parrot Tulips

  • Peonies (imported)

  • Poppies

  • Phalaenopsis Orchids

  • Ranunculus

  • Roses

  • Star of Bethleham

  • Sweet Pea

  • Stock

  • Tulips

  • Arum Lilies

  • Anemones (start generally July and finish in October)

  • Blushing Brides

  • Calla lilies

  • Cornflowers

  • Daffodil

  • Daisies

  • David Austin roses (generally available from late September)

  • Delphinium

  • Flannel Flower

  • Freesia

  • Gardenia Blooms

  • Hellebores

  • Hippeastrum

  • Hyacinth

  • Jasmine

  • Lavender

  • Lilac (flowering for only 3-4 weeks generally in September/October)

  • Lily of the Valley (flowering for only 3 weeks generally in September)

  • Lisianthus

  • Peonies (flowering for strictly 5 weeks in Australia from November to early December)

  • Phalaenopsis Orchids

  • Poppies (available generally until early October)

  • Ranunculus

  • Rhododendron

  • Snapdragons

  • Snowball Vibernum

  • Sweet pea

  • Tulips

  • Tuber Roses

  • Waratah

  • Water Lilies

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Now that you know which flowers will be in season for your big day, you are one step closer!

 

We wish you luck through the rest of your planning process!