Don’t have an account?
Creating one is very simple
Close
Invalid e-mail and password combination.
Print this page
Close

Add to album

Close

Create a new album Edit album name and description

Close

Add Picture

Close

Add Substitute

Close

This Variety Already Exists!

  • The flower you tried to create already exists on the Sierra Flower Finder. For your convenience we have automatically added your picture to the existing variety.
Close

Share with friends

Genestra / Genet White

Close

Edit Variety Information

Variety Information

VarEditNL
Common names: Ginesta, Ginestra.
Color : White
Color Description: White
Bloom Size: Small
Bloom Size Details: small blooms on woody stems
Lengths available: 60 - 70cm
Vase Life: Average
Availability: - Italy from late November to April.
- California December to March
Scented: Yes
General Comments: - A fragrant flowering variety of Cytisus or "broom", of which white is the natural colour.
-A nice filler flower that can be used in smaller arrangements or elegant bouquets.
- Makes a great tinted product and is available from Italy in a wide range of colors.
- Opens well in water when shipped tight.
Close

Edit Florist & Wholesaler Information

Florist & Wholesaler Information

- Flowers should be showing color but not open - Develops very well in water - Flowers open gradually, bunch needs to be cleaned as open flowers wilt and others open

Grading Information

- Grown in open field - Field bunch from 60 to 90cm with more than 10 stems per bunch

Grower and Breeder Information

Though many novelty flowers can be grown locally by specialized horticulturists, not all flower crops can grow anywhere. Some regions with particular microclimates lend themselves well to specialization in novelty commercial flower production such as California, Peru, Holland, Israël, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

In North America, flowers considered Novelty flowers:
  • typically require special or difficult production conditions which can be tricky to replicate.  
  • can have scant productivity which can drive up end costs
  • can have short, erratic field growing cycles
  • are best suited for quick short travel as opposed to flying or trucking
(5.0 out of 2 votes)
added by Sierra

Growers & Breeders

Sierra Flower Finder is dedicated to the professional floral community by Sierra Flower Trading. Through this collaborative site, we are creating the opportunity for breeders, growers, wholesalers and florists to share their knowledge and passion for the incredible diversity of flowers that make our industry so unique.