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Scabiosas are in Sky Flowers

On this week’s Sky news…


We’ve got very interesting things to tell all our blooming flower lovers and on this week’s Sky Flowers news edition we’ve got yet another exciting surprise that involves a new novelty plus a global color announcement that was shared all around the world in the past days. You may already know what we’re talking about but if not, no worries, you can hop on this Sky Flowers news journey to find out about important news.


First things first, let's give this news edition the space to discuss our newest novelty, now available at Sky Flowers. Can you guess what new flower has joined our family? The stunning Scabiosa aka the “Pincushion Flower” has made an incredible debut into our flower fam and we’re ecstatic to have her as part of our range. She has arrived just in time to make the Christmas celebrations even better with her spectacular shape and color that is ready to fill every spot in your home.


Here are a few things you should know about the gorgeous scabiosa:

One of the most beautiful and interesting small flowers available to gardeners is the scabiosa.  Native to Europe, the perennial flower comes in a variety of beautiful hues and is easy to grow successfully. It is best to plant it in early spring, and scabiosa blooms will grow at a moderate pace, reaching maturity in 90 to 100 days. The outcome is a profusion of button-like flowers on wiry stems that sway in the wind. Scabiosa blooms not only have an attractive and distinctive appearance, but they also draw beneficial pollinators, like bees and butterflies, to the garden. With a little tender loving care, they'll bloom all summer long and well into the beginning of October, easily bringing life to your garden.


Our newest scabiosa is without a doubt the best way to start the festivities the right way, with a pop of color and we all know that flowers always, always make anyone’s life and day happier. So if you’re looking to give your loved ones a special gift, look no further than scabiosas.


Now, going on to the next news update, did you hear about the Pantone color for 2023? Viva Magenta is the chosen color that will represent next year at all times. It will invade not only the flower industry as many growers and breeders will make this color stand out in the majority of the flowers they offer, but it will also reign over the fashion industry without a doubt.


What is Viva Magenta and why will it be conquering the coming year? 

“An unconventional shade for an unconventional time”.


Viva Magenta 18-750, Pantone's Color of the Year, is vibrant and alive. It is a reddish hue that has its roots in nature and is symbolic of a fresh show of power. Viva Magenta is a throbbing color that exudes confidence and bravery, creating a new narrative with its enthusiasm. 


The Color of the Year for this year is strong and empowering. It is an active red that exudes unbridled enthusiasm, inviting experimentation and unbridled self-expression, and manifests as a statement color that stands out. COLOR 18-1750 Anyone and everyone with the same zest for life and rebellious spirit is welcome at Viva Magenta. It is a color that is bold, witty and welcoming to all.


Next in our news section is a reminder about our chrysanthemum range!


The best part is that at Sky Flowers we’ve got any hydrangea color that’ll always please your visual senses. You just have to choose your favorite color and we’ll make sure you get them directly on your door. We’ll even have hydrangeas that resemble the Pantone color of 2023 so stay tuned. But that’s not the last part of our Sky News… Did you know we also have a wide range of chrysanthemums?


Yep, you read that right, but we’ll leave the suspense and surprise for a new dose of news in the upcoming week. If you want to be the first to know about our beautiful mum collection, make sure to subscribe to our newsletter at


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