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a conscious purchase knowing the seasons

*The indication of the duration is an example and can vary based on external elements.

SPRING

March may

Nature awakens, the bulbs we planted in autumn shine in all their beauty, for each bulb we pick a flower, the season is very fast, in the bunches you find little green because the plants are sprouting and therefore cannot be cut. . In the mildest May flowers from seed begin to bloom, the first are the wildest, the hot days accelerate their growth, precious spontaneous weeds sprout in the fields. The queens of late spring are roses and peonies.

PRIMAVERA
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ALLIUM

3-5 days

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ALLIUM

4-6 days

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ANEMONE

5-7 days

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AQUILEGIA

3-5 days

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MOUTH  FROM  LION

4-6 days

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B_P
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HELLEBORE

5-8 days

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FRITILLARIA

3-5 days

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FRITILLARIA

4-6 days

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HYACINTH

3-6 days

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IRIS

3-5 days

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IRIS  BEARD

3-7 days

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F_P
G_P
I_P
R_P
P_P
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NARCISSUS

3-5 days

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POPPY

2-4 days

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BUTTERCUP

6-7 days

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NECTAROSCORDUM

3-5 days

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PEONY

3-5 days

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GOLDEN PEAS

2-4 days

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PINK

3-4 days

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TULIP

4-6 days

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SUMMER

June September

The most prosperous season for those who love cut flowers, many varieties and abundant production thanks to the long sunny days,  we begin to dry the flowers for the winter. In September, the explosion of dahlias, the summer flowers continue to produce beautiful flowers with less intensity, the cool evening makes your bouquet last longer.

A_E

AMARANTH

5-7 days

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ACHILLEA

5-7 days

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AMMOBIUM

5-7 days

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ACROCLINIUM

4-6 days

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DILL

5-6 days

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AGROSTEMMA

2-4 days

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STAR

4-5 days

B_E
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BRIZA

8-10 days

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BASIL

10-15 days

C_E
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CALENDULA

3-4 days

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CELOSIA

8-10 days

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COSMOS

3-5 days

D_E
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DAHLIA

2-3 days

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DIGITALIS

3-5 days

E_E
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ECHINACEA

6-8 days

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HELICRIS

6-8 days

F_E
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CORNFLOWER

3-5 days

G_E
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CARNATION

5-7 days

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GERANIUM

15-30 days

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SUNFLOWER

4-6 days

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GOMPHRENA  

5-7 days

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GYPSOPHILA

2-4 days

H_E
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HEUCHERA

8-12 days

L_E
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LAGURUS

6-8 days

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LINEN

2-3 days

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LOVE  IN  TO  PUFF

3-5 days

M_E
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MATRICARY

4-6 days

N_E
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NIGELLA

3-4 days

O_E
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ORACH

4-6 days

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HYDRANGEA

8-10 days

P_E
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PANICUM

6-8 days

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PHLOX

2-4 days

R_E
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RUDBECKIA

5-7 days

S_E
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SAGE

6-8 days

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SCABIOSA

4-6 days

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SEDUM

7-10 days

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SILENE

3-5 days

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SPERONELLA

4-6 days

T_E
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TAGETE  

5-7 days

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TALINUM

5-8 days

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THALICTRUM

2-3 days

V_E
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VERBENA

5-7 days

Z_E
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ZINNIA

4-6 days

AUTUMN

September December

Nature slows down, the colors become warmer, the plants are tired and soften the colors. Dahlias and chrysanthemums are the protagonists of the season and the bunches are enriched with perennial, wild and messy herbs.

AUTUNNO
A_A
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STAR

5-7 days

C_A
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CELOSIA

6-8 days

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COSMOS  CHOCO

4-6 days

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COSMOS

4-6 days

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CHRYSANTHEMUM

8-10 days

D_A
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DAHLIA

3-4 days

G_A
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CARNATION

6-8 days

WINTER

December - March

Nature takes a moment to rest, before Christmas there is a riot of greens,  the hellebores resist the cold, the paperwhite narcissus bloom lulled by the warmth of the greenhouse.

INVERNO
C_I
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CALICANTO

4-6 days

E_I
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HELLEBORE

6-8 days

M_I
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MAHONIA

2-3 days

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N_I

NARCISSUS

5-7 days

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