Freesia flower heads each comprise five to 10 fragrant trumpet-shaped florets and/or buds along the top, upper side of a curved stem. Each floret has six "petals", or segments. Freesias are available in single- and double-flowered varieties. Stems are thin, smooth and often branched. Foliage, which may not be included in cut flower bunches, is narrow and sword shaped.
Did you know? Freesias are one of the most fragrant flowers although the intensity of the fragrance varies among varieties. Yellow, white, and cream varieties are often more fragrant than other colors.