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Author: admin, 07.04.2015. Category: Organic Food Delivery

Hi there!My Hong Kong Guide is a new fun, interactive and collaborative trip planning tool. The dozens of shops and wholesalers here sell auspicious blossoms and luck-bringing houseplants to an enthusiastic crowd all year round.
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A subtle transition with autumn and winter overlapping into spring is taking place this month at New Covent Garden Flower Market with more anemones, tulips, ranunculus and hyacinths making an appearance.
And for some inexplicable reason, as you read through, you'll notice that there seems to be a touch of love and romance in the air…! And it's so lovely to see that narcissi with their intoxicating scent have started to come in from the Scilly Isles…referred to as Sol d'Or by Pratley. And in the same colour palette are these gorgeous 'Orange Princess' tulips and 'Clementine' freesias (which smelt divine!) at Alagar. With Bonfire Night on November 5th, aren't these 'Fire Flash' spray roses at D G Wholesale Flowers striking? And how about these Ecuadorian roses called 'Art Deco' with their delightful ombre pink petals? Plant-wise, Evergreen Exterior Services have these dainty Kalanchoe blossfeldiana Mini 'Latin Lover'.
And for something completely different cut flower-wise, have you ever seen these Hedychium gardnerianum before? Several traders have Hibiscus trionum.  Did you know that its common name is Rose of China?

Spot on for pedestal arrangements is this Amaranthus caudatus 'Cycloop' Red, with the wonderful common name, Love-lies-bleeding. Zest Flowers have a wide range of calla lilies (Zantedeschia).  And isn't this 'Captain Romance' variety beautiful?
DG Wholesale Flowers have a fantastic selection of cabbages (Brassica) including this very pretty dyed red variety, a white one called White Crane and one with frilly leaves called Katya Milka.
Evergreen Exterior Services have heather (Erica gracilis)…ideal for cutting and using to decorate the outside of welbeck bowls. Several traders, including S Robert Allen, have Callicarpa, with its intense violet-purple berries. And for something to cause a real stir in your shop or at an event, how about this aptly named Black Bat Flower (Tacca chantrieri), which I spotted at Dennis Edwards Flowers?
Finally, if you're looking to add a touch of glitz to corsages, do check out their wide range of accessories. So, that's my snapshot of all the amazing flowers, plants, foliage and sundries that are currently available at the Market. If you have any comments or questions about this month's report, it would be really lovely to hear from you.
I am particularly interested in the Amaranthus, but also hydrangea, peony, the roses shown above and a filler of Ammi. Other flowers and foliage to consider (which are not scented, but are in season then) are cornflowers, agapanthus, alchemilla mollis, delphiniums, gentiana, hydrangeas, scabious, trachelium and triteleia.
Cameron HighlandsThis is Malaysia's green bowl supplying vegetables to the major cities of the country and to Singapore.

Proceed with a leisure drive towards the cool and refreshing Cameron Highlands, this is 1542 metres above sea level. But the lead up to Chinese New Year is when things really heat up, as families flock towards the market to carefully select flowers and greenery that attract good luck and fortune as a new lunar cycle begins. Andy said that they also have great quality Italian and Dutch anemones and ranunculus at the moment.
I love the way that I've seen them used recently in shallow cylindrical vases to display hand-tied bouquets. Later this month, I'll be compiling a special Product Profile Report showing you what the traders have in store for you this Christmas. The cool climate makes it an excellent tea growing area, indeed the Cameronian tea is highly priced in the world market.
I adore their bi-coloured petals…red with a yellow fleck, making them look fire-like, hence their name. Places of interest are the Iskandar Waterfalls (Lata Iskandar), the Rose Garden, Kea Farm, The Vegetable Farms and the Tea Plantations.
Lata Iskandar is one of the favourite attractions in Cameron Highlands, which is also an ideal place for picnic and relaxation. Along the way you will also pass by homes of 'Orang Asli', the native people who had been living in these parts of the jungle since the beginning.

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