Mixed Flowers

Focal flowers like alstroemeria, roses, and lilies are matched with fresh accents to create picture-perfect designs.

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Mixed Flower Bouquets

If you have trouble deciding on a bouquet grouped with the same types of stems, we have news for you! You don’t have to choose between a dozen roses or a dozen ranunculus flowers because we have floral arrangements that include a little bit of everything you could ever need. Plus, who knew sunflowers could go so well with roses and chrysanthemums? Or succulents with alstroemeria?

There are just so many fun combinations of farm-fresh flowers we offer for any occasion. Celebrate a graduation, a birthday, or even a promotion by sending yourself or your loved one a bouquet of mixed flowers! Don’t just settle for an arrangement that showcases one type of flower; bring even more stems to the mix! All of our mixed bouquets are carefully curated by expert florists to make sure you have that added touch of brightness in your life. Whether you want to commemorate an important moment in life or you just feel like treating yourself, our assorted floral arrangements will definitely pair well with all occasions!


FAQ

What is a mixed bouquet?

Mixed bouquets are flower arrangements that don’t just focus on a single flower type of the same color but use combinations of flowers to create eye-catching and memorable designs. Some popular mixed bouquets include pairings such as tulips and daisies, roses and peonies, and sunflowers with lilies or spider mums.


Do any flowers not work in a mixed bouquet?

Daffodils should generally be avoided as they might harm other blooms in a mixed bouquet. Other toxic flowers such as oleander, lily of the valley, and belladonna should also be avoided for mixed bouquets.


How do you arrange a mixed bouquet?

Our mixed bouquets come with complementary colors and flowers. You can just look at the images of the bouquet to get some idea. If you want to take your flower arrangement up a notch, you should view our videos on the basics of flower arrangement and the principles of flower arrangement. If you really want to up your flower arrangement game, learn about Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement.

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