Lydia Roses


I’ve never given any thought to the “height” of a flower being considered when designing a center piece or wedding bouquet. Or even planting flowers around the yard. Those around the neighborhood who know me, know that when I plant things, it’s entirely random!

The use of these flowers covers most of the common uses for cut flowers. The Lydia roses can be a feature in wedding flowers, bridal bouquets, and arrangements of all types. They come in a variety of colours including red, white, cream, and yellow.

And so, in my casual “reasearch” I was surprised to learn that the reason Lydia roses are often used as flowers to decorate tables at weddings or other functions, is that they don’t block any ones view across the room!

We offer various print sizes from Portfolio to Colossal for all of
your decorating ideas. Made with premium UV-resistant
archival ink, these prints are available on seven different media, from basic
poster paper to canvas.  Stop by the gallery to see the varieties that are available!  Once again, thank you in advance!

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