There are many different flower types and it can be confusing to choose which ones you want for your wedding. The key is to know what you like, what you can grow in the garden and what colour and fragrance would suite you and your partner. Yellow flowers generally suit warm weather climates; they are cheerful, happy and breezy. Yellow flowers include hydrangeas, lilies, tulips, daisies, day lilies, roses, freesias and sweet peas. If you are planning a summer wedding, then these are a great choice because they are able to withstand hot weather conditions. However, if you are planning a wedding during spring or fall, then consider other colours such as white, pink, peach, orange, red, blue and green.
Flower type also has an impact on the bouquet you choose. The three main flower parts are the stamen, the anther and the pistil. The stamen is the upper portion of the flower and the anther is the lower portion; together they create the stigma, which protrudes from the base of the floral part. The flowers types that come with stamen are; the bee Balm, Dogbane, Gardenia, Iris, Lemon Balm, Marigold, Lavender, Opium, Royal Bee Balm, Sweet Marigold, Royal Jelly, and White Lily.
These are grown and generally used in tropical and sub-tropical areas. Flowering period is usually between April and September. Flowers vary from small yellow flowers, to large multi-coloured blooms, and colours can be seen throughout the entire plant as the colours of the flowers change as they grow. Flowering period is normally short, and flowers are more commonly found in low-growing zones.
This is a class of flowering plant that blooms in early summer. Flowering period is between August and October. A few varieties of this class include; Bee Balm, Gardenia, Iris, Lemon Balm, Marigold, and Sweet Marigold. These flowers have small yellow blooms and are best grown in hot sunny areas. Flowering period is short, and flowers are found in most shade areas. In late summer to early autumn, these flowers will produce large yellow flowers.
The other type of flowering plants are the sepals, or petals. Sepals can be grown in any shade area, although some require additional care due to the insects that feed on the petals such as lady bugs, aphids and lacewings. Petals are best grown in sunny areas, and there are many different varieties to choose from, including; Gardenia, Iris, Papaver somnifera, and Cammelia.
The ovaries are present on this class of flower types. Ovaries are the reproductive glands found on the undersides of the flowers’ flowers. There are four types of ovary’s which can be found, namely; Subserosal, Anteroposterous, Lateral, and Inferior. When ovary is present, it controls the flowering of the flowers by producing the pollen and eventually the seeds for reproduction. The ovary’s function in the flower’s process is similar to that of the shuttle of a baby within the mother’s womb. If at any time the ovary is damaged or not present, the reproduction of the plant is affected.