Thursday, October 30, 2008

Fresh from the Market

Last week's purchases were heavy on the purples and blacks, so this week I went in the other direction! Orange psiticorum are fine all year round, but are particularly nice at this time of the year. They are a type of heliconia, in the bird of paradise family which many of you are familiar with.

Lovely, fruity, fragrant freesia!

And chunky stems of hot peppers from Holland.

In addition, we also have this week:

bird of paradise
stems of white phalaenopsis
orange mokara orchids
orange kangaroo paws
red ginger - Costa Rica
butterscotch poms
'Athos' poms
white hydrangea (the local blue/green/plum tones have gone out of season finally)
'Ivanhoe' grevillea
yellow kangaroo paw
novelty salvia, fuzzy flowers - Holland
broom corn
pampas grass
black twig dogwood
light pink hydrangea
berzelia - Africa
magenta gerbera - Canada
green trachellium
blue iris - California
yellow alstroemeria
asters in cherry red and hot pink
beauty asters - purple and lavender
campanula - pink and purple
kale in purple and white with purple center
burgundy mokara orchids - two types
roses - hot pink
spray roses - light pink
oncidum orchids
purple dendrobium orchids
snapdragon - purple, local
'Blue bell' thistle
godetia - coral
bells of Ireland
delphinium 'Volkerfrieden'
'Anastasia' mums
'Yelloween' lily

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