Farm fresh flowers are good for you and the planet! Choosing to use local, seasonal flowers ensures that you get the best quality blooms and the most unique, interesting flowers and foliage you can find for your special day!
flowers by season at little boy flowers
Spring + Early Summer
As the end of spring approaches the blooms grow larger and bolder. Summer brings warmer weather, and everything imaginable is in bloom including some of the spring-time favorites. This season offers the best the flower world has to offer- blooming branches, peonies, tulips, ranunculus, fragrant lilies, sweet peas, delphiniums, and garden roses! Check out more summer floral inspiration HERE.
Color Palate: Bright Pinks, Coral, Dark Blues, Purple, White, Green, and Orange.
Poppies // Peonies // Garden Roses // Sunflowers // Ranunculus // Anemones // Sweet peas // Delphinium // Sweet William // Lilac // Tulips
WINTER + EARLY Spring
December - March
The evergreen foliage and berries that mark the holiday season give way to bright, tender flowers in early spring. The colors of spring are soft and sweet- fresh pops of vibrant green against papery pink ranunculus, yellow tulips and white narcissus paired with deep blue hyacinths and anemones. Check out more spring flowers HERE.
Color Palate: Greens, Whites, Soft Pink, Yellow, Orange, and Purple
Anemone // Narcissus // Iris // Tulips // Ranunculus // Sweet Peas // Hyacinths // Dogwood // Quince // Lilac // Helebore // Honeysuckle // Clematis
Late Summer + Fall
The Sierra Foothills are known for lengthy Indian Summers and a very mild fall. Its not uncommon to harvest the last of the dahlias well into November. Vibrant foliage and deep hues in the flowers alongside spent seed pods and leafy branches bring the season to life. Take a peek HERE.
Color Palate: Deep Reds, Saturated Oranges, Browns, Yellows, and Pinks
Dahlias // Lisianthus // Zinnias // Chrysanthemums // Ornamental Grasses // Rudbeckia // Cosmos // Celosia // Sunflowers // Woody branches