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07 December
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Poinsettias

The poinsettia is a species of the diverse spurge family (Euphorbiaceae). The species is indigenous to Mexico. It derives its common English name from Joel Roberts Poinsett, the first United States Minister to Mexico, who introduced the plant to the US in 1825.

Poinsettia plants are widely used in Christmas floral displays! At OCWF you can find lots of varieties and sizes!

07 December
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Christmas Wreaths

Fresh evergreen Christmas wreaths are available at OC Wholesale Flowers. We have noble and mixed wreaths in many sizes: 20", 24", 28", 32", 40" , 48" & more.


07 December
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Christmas Greens

Fresh Christmas greens available! Douglas Fir, Cedar P. O., Incense Cedar, Juniper, Noble Fir, Princess Pine, Silver Fir, Shore Pine & Mixed bunches.


07 December
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Amaryllis

Hippeastrum is a genus un the family Amaryllidaceae native to tropical and subtropical regions of Americas. The name Hippeastrum means "knight's -star-lily". It is commonly known as "amaryllis" .

They like light and warm places. Moderate water  in the beginning and more during flowering time.

31 October
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Broom-Corn

Sorghum bicolor commonly known as great millet or broom-corn. It was originated in Africa and now is cultivated widely in tropical and subtropical regions.

Broom-corn is used in beautiful Fall floral arrangements!