What is the state flower of Virginia?

The state flower of Virginia is the American Dogwood (Cornus florida). The dogwood is a small tree or large shrub that typically grows to a height of 15-25 feet. The white blooms appear in early spring before the leaves emerge, and they are often used in floral arrangements.

Top selling flowers in Virginia?

According to the data collected by Teleflora, the top 5 best-selling flowers in Virginia are: roses, lilies, gerberas, carnations, and hydrangeas.

What are the best flower bouquets in Virginia?

There are many great flower bouquets to choose from when you're looking for something special. Some of our favorites include: The Classic Bouquet, which features red roses and stems of white daisy chrysanthemums; Sunrise Sunset, with bold orange gerberas and sunny yellow Asiatic lilies; and Be Still My Heart, a romantic mix of pink roses and lavender calla lilies.

Tips on selecting a bouquet with a florist.

When you're choosing a bouquet with a florist, it's important to keep your recipient in mind. If you're not sure what type of flowers they like, ask the florist for their advice. They can help you pick out a beautiful arrangement that will be sure to please.