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Our Flowers

Many of our flowers are heirloom varieties not available commercially from other growers.  Please feel free to contact us for more information.

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Our flowers are depicted below. Please be aware that flowers may differ slightly from the photos, as each flower is unique.  Estimated flower sizes are for the summer months.  Flowers in the winter tend to be smaller with shorter stems.  Please refer to our sizing guide for more information on how standard and obake flowers are sized.  For more information on ordering, please visit our FAQ page.  Please note that we ship cut flowers only.  We have a small availability of plants for local customers.

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Lady Jane Tulip Anthurium

The Lady Jane tulip is dark pink and usually a consistent color and appearance across flowers. The flower size is usually 1-2.5 inches across. This variety is abundant on our farm. 

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Purple Arc Tulip Anthurium
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Flare Red Tulip Anthurium

The flare red tulip is a cousin of the Lady Jane. It is flared out at the base and can vary more in color, from dark pink to light red. Flowers are usually 1.5-3 inches across.  This variety is abundant.

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Purple Tulip Anthurium
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Large Red Tulip Anthurium

The large red tulip anthurium is a dark, glossy red and can be 4 inches or more across. The color is usually consistent across blooms but the size can vary greatly. The stems tend to be shorter than on other tulip varieties.

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White Tulip Anthurium

The purple arc tulip has a deep purple color which is usually consistent across blooms.  It has the unique feature of arcing back toward the stem when mature and can even be curled upon itself. The blooms can vary in size from 1.5 to 3 inches across.

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The purple tulip anthurium category actually consists of 2 varieties, the Lavender Lady and the Lorraine. The color varies from medium purple to a pale lavender which is nearly white.  Blooms vary in size from 1.5 to 3 inches across.

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Blush Pink Tulip Anthurium
Medium Pink Tulip Anthurium

The blush pink tulip anthurium can vary greatly in color, from a medium pink to nearly white. The spadix or "nose" of the bloom has a purple tip. Blooms vary in size from 1.5 to 3 inches across

The medium pink tulip anthurium usually has a rich pink color, though the color can vary to almost a blush pink.  Like the purple arc, blooms tend to curve back toward the stem, though to a lesser degree than the purple blooms. Blooms are variable in size, from 1.5 to 3.5 inches across.  Stems tend to be shorter than other tulip varieties. Quantities are limited.

The white tulip is pure white in color with a pink spadix (the central "nose." Blooms vary in size from 1.5 to 3 inches across.

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Calypso Pink Tulip Anthurium

The Calypso pink tulip has a unique cup shape and typically a consistent deep pink color.  Blooms can vary widely in size, from. 1.5 to over 3 inches across.  Quantities are very limited.

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Dark Red Standard Anthurium
Light Red Standard Anthurium

The dark red standard or "Kozohara" anthurium is a classic flower.  Its deep red color is usually consistent across blooms and flowers can be up to XXL in summer.

The light red standard can consist of several different varieties, though all are fairly similar to the pictured appearance. Color varies from dark pink to light red. Blooms tend to not be as large and are more abundant in the small and designer sizes.

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Pink Standard Anthurium

The pink standard anthurium can vary greatly in color, from white with pink veins to blush pink to saturated medium pink. Quantities are limited.

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Orange Standard Anthurium

The orange standard is usually a pumpkin orange but can vary from tangerine to cinnamon. Blooms can be up to XL in summer.

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Coral/Green Obake Anthurium

Obake style anthuriums have green edges with a variable remaining coloration and were created in Hawaii.  The coral/green Obake has a variable amount of green present, but the coral coloration is typically well-saturated and consistent across blooms.  We have many blooms in the small and designer sizes but fewer in larger sizes.

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White Standard Anthurium
Kalapana Obake Anthurium

The white standard is the "Fuji" variety which is considered a pearly white.  This means these blooms can have a slightly blush pink appearance. Please note that these flowers are more susceptible to bruising and damage during shipping than our other varieties.

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Green/Red Obake Anthurium

Obake style anthuriums have green edges with a variable remaining coloration and were created in Hawaii. The green/red Obake has a central red area which varies in size across blooms but is typically consistent in its deep red color.  Stems can be shorter on this variety.

Obake style anthuriums have green edges with a variable remaining coloration and were created in Hawaii. The Kalapana Obake has a variable amount of green coloration just at the upper edges of the blooms, with some blooms completely red in color. They can be up to XXL in size and occasionally reach exhibition sizing.

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Red Heart Obake Anthurium

Obake style anthuriums have green edges with a variable remaining coloration and were created in Hawaii. The red heart Obake is mostly red in color and has a true heart shape.  These blooms are not typically available in larger sizes.

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Oshiro Obake Anthurium

Obake style anthuriums have green edges with a variable remaining coloration and were created in Hawaii.  The Oshiro Obake is our largest, showiest flower, achieving exhibition sizing. Quantities are limited.

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Variety Obake Anthurium

Obake style anthuriums have green edges with a variable remaining coloration and were created in Hawaii. The variety Obake category includes blooms with varying central coloration, including white, pink and rainbow.  Quantities are very limited.

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Grab Bag

We have a limited number of flowers which simply do not fall into any other category but of which we do not have enough to merit their own category.  The pictured bloom is only one example.  The appearance and size of these will vary widely, but all are varieties of anthurium.