It’s easy to create your own DIY event décor with the help of these wholesale iris flowers from Blooms by the Box. Our iris flowers for sale come in various shades of blue and purple to suit your decorating needs. The combination of the rich colors of the petals and the yellow throat make these especially striking in any floral arrangement, including bouquets, centerpieces and altar arrangements. It looks elegant and classic when used on its own. However, it can also be combined with wildflowers to create a very natural and woodsy vibe.
Iris wedding flowers are especially popular these days, but you can also use these elegant blooms for a wide variety of other events. When you order from Blooms by the Box, you’ll receive beautiful, fresh flowers ready to be arranged however you like. Get these bulk iris flowers by the stem, bunch or box to save money and enjoy a lush floral atmosphere at your event.
In Greek, iris translates to the word “rainbow” in reference to the goddess named Iris who traveled along rainbows between heaven and earth to deliver messages for the gods. During the Middle Ages, the iris became linked to the French monarchy, eventually being recognized as their national symbol, the fleur-de-lis. In Japanese culture, the iris is referred to as the “purple butterfly” and the “dancing spirit of early summer.” Filled with rich meaning, the iris has been known to symbolize faith, hope, courage, wisdom and admiration. The combination of its striking display of colors and symbolism makes the iris a popular bloom to celebrate everything from weddings and birthdays, to anniversaries, baby showers and more.
These delicate blooms have a short vase life, but with extra TLC, you can help keep them looking their best for as long as possible. Follow these easy steps:
When you receive your irises, cut the stems underwater at an angle to help rehydrate them and be sure to nourish them with floral food.
Trim away any leaves that fall below the water line to prevent the growth of bacteria and be sure to trim and add fresh water every three days.
Keep them in a cool location, away from heat, direct sunlight and drafts.