Alstroemeria (Also Called as the Peruvian Lily)
The Peruvian lily are bright blooming small sized tropical flowers. They grow in a group called as cluster and have freckled forms of petals. The Peruvian lily make excellent forms of secondary flower to your main floral arrangement. They grow round the year and are a very cost effective solution to your wedding budget. They do not emit any scent and come in a variety of color options. Some popular color choices include purple, yellow, pink, orange and lavender.
Our next choice of tropical flower are the impressive Amaryllis. These tropical flowers are the perfect choice for brides who seek to leave a mark upon their guests. The tropical flower are very impressive with few large blossoms which are shaped like a trumpet. The blossoms originate at the bottom and open at the top of the stalk. The very long stalks makes them a perfect choice for wedding bouquets.
Amaryllis are expensive tropical flowers. They are originally from the African and South American rain-forests. The flowers are extremely rare to find and grow only during the winter to early fall season. The availability months would be November to early April. The Amaryllis last for a very long time and offer a great contrast to any floral arrangement it is included in. They are available in a variety of colors to choose from. Some notable color choices are salmon, pale yellow, pink and pale green. The Amaryllis tropical flowers usually do not emit any fragrance. However, a specific variety called as the Belladonna has been found to emit a sweet fragrance.
Our next choice of tropical flowers for floral arrangement are the Anemone. The strikingly beautiful Anemone has a rich history of myth and folk tale. It is said according to Greek legends that the Anemone has been sprung out of blood of Adonis. Adonis was the lover of Greek god of Love, Aphrodite.
The Anemone is also called as windflower in some parts of the world. The reason for is another Greek mythology. It is said that the Greek Good of the West wind, Zephyrus loved the flowers a lot.
History aside, the tropical flower is beautiful flower for floral arrangement. The flower do not emit any scent and is highly sought for the magnificent red, purple and magenta hues. The flower and its colors are so striking that only a few of them would completely alter the nature of any wedding decoration. Popular color choices are Burgundy, Pink, White and Purple.
The next choice in our list of tropical flowers for floral arrangement in wedding is the Bouvardia. This is a favorite choice for couple looking for the classic wedding look. Bouvardia is a perfect tropical flower choice for arrangement and bouquet. The flower is consisted of clusters of blossoms which are shaped as a star. The blossoms bloom out of the medium-sized green stem. The flowers petals are very delicate and are available round the year. The Bouvardia emits a very faint scent and has a vibrant appeal. The flower when coupled with other flower such as stephanotis, makes for a wonderful combination. The flowers are available in a variety of colors. Some popular color choices are red, white, pink and peach.
This flower is perfect for fleshing out a classic wedding bouquet or arrangement. It has clusters of small, star-shaped blossoms bursting from a leafy green stem and is very delicate.
The next in line of tropical flower is the Calla Lily. These tropical flowers are also known as the Arum Lily. These tropical flowers are shaped like the trumpet and are magnificent flowers. The Calla Lily originated in the tropical rain forests of Africa. The Calla Lily are available in two variants. The variants differ in shape and size. There is a small version of Calla Lilly, which is a perfect choice for boutonnieres. There is another variant which is larger with a big head. They consist of a long length of stem which is smooth in texture, making them a perfect choice for elaborate decoration.
The Calla Lilly tropical flower is available round the year and is best grown during the winter to early spring. The choice of color is wide. Some popular color choice are yellow, pink, ivory, orange and burgundy.
The next popular tropical flower choice is the Camellia. The tropical flower is a symbolism for pure grace and beauty. Camellia, which is a multi-petaled flower was first found in China. Camellia has been a popular choice among many poets and writers. Prominent examples include the mention in the La Traviata by Verdi, which was an adaptation of the popular play called the “Lady Of Camellias”. There was a mention of Camellia in a chapter of the story.
The Camellia grows in the winter till early spring. The flower has a rather sweet scent of a mild nature. Camellia is available in a variety of colors. Notable colors include red, white, pink and cream.
Our next choice is the popular Carnation. These low priced and spicy smelling flowers are a favorite choice among many wedding planners. The flowers last for a long time and has a vibrant appeal. Due to their low cost, Carnation can be used to assemble bouquets and decorations and give them a fuller look.
Carnations have been popular since history. There are historical signs which connect Carnation with official coronations of royal families. The carnations were used by ancient Greeks for their royal coronation ceremonies. There are also images of Carnation being used by emperors of Mexico during wedding ceremonies.
Carnations are available in small and large sizes along with the ultra miniature forms as well. Carnations grow round the year and are available in a variety of color to choose from. Popular choices include the famous burgundy, yellow, red and pink.
The next choice of our tropical flower is the infamous Chrysanthemum. They are some of the oldest flowers and have thousands of different species to choose from. They are available in both single blossoms and clusters of blossoms. The first Chrysanthemum blossoms were more than 2500 years old and have even found mention in quotes by Confucius. The Chrysanthemum blossoms have a rather musky smell and grow round the year. The peak season in during the late summer and early fall. There are a host of color options to choose from. Some popular color choices include orange, white, yellow, red and green.
Our next choice of favorite tropical flowers for floral arrangement is the Coxcomb. They are beautiful and unique tropical flower and is a popular choice among many wedding planners. The flower is named Coxcomb due to their close resemblance to that of a rooster. The Coxcomb is available in a variety of color choices to choose from. They do not emit any scent as such, something it makes up for by their vibrant colors. The Coxcomb grows during the late summer to fall. Some popular color choices include crimson, yellow, pink, green and orange. These flowers when paired with other flowers such as Dahlia makes them a perfect choice for centerpieces.
The next choice in our tropical flower is the Cornflower. They are highly sought after choice and carry much mythological lore. In ancient times it was believed that any girl who carries a Cornflower underneath her skirt would get the bachelor desired by her. The flower is also called as bachelor button. They are a low budget choice among wedding planners and are popular choice for groom boutonniere. The Cornflower is available in variety of colors. Popular color choices include blue, white, pink, magenta and feather blue. The flower grows during the summer and till the early fall.
Cosmos are our next choice of tropical flower. They are popular choice among brides looking for some head turning decorations. The flower grow in various shades with longer stems. The flower grows from summer to fall. They are available in variety of colors such as pink, white and chocolate. The flower do not emit any scent.
Daffodil (Also Called as the Narcissus and Paper white)
The famous Daffodil is a favorite among many notable writers and poets. Most notable choice are Wordsworth and Shakespeare who wrote various pieces praising the tropical flowers. The Daffodil is available in a variety of color option and size to choose from. There are single blossom Daffodils and Single blooming Daffodils. They are available in both larger and smaller sizes and come in a combination of color choices. They grow during the winter to early fall season, November to early April. Some popular color choices include orange, white, apricot and yellow. The Daffodils emit has a rather mild sweet smell. The paper white variant has a rather stronger scent in comparison.
Our last choice for the list is the popular Dahlia. The first Dahlia was found in the gardens of Aztec rulers and were brought to Europe. The flowers caused such furor that there was a high demand for them. There are also reported stories of Dahlia tubes being stolen from the gardens of Empress Josephine.
The flower grows from summer to early falls, and they emit a spicy scent. The flowers are available in various choices such as purple, white, orange, red and yellow.