More autumn is not possible! Our current blooms of the week combine different autumn flowers in the autumn colors, yellow, orange and red. A truly autumnal composition like in a painting.
You will receive this combination from us by October 20, 2018. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription by Thu, October 18, 2018, select October 20, 2018 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your BLOOMS of the week!
the chrysanthemum is our first bloome of the week and forms the heart of the bouquet. The flower belonging to the composites appears as if it had sprung from an oil painting and was already the symbol of autumn and a long life in ancient China. The color of the chrysanthemum is particularly beautiful to look at. The inside of the slender petals is a dark reddish brown, while the outside has a yellowish tinge.
Just like the chrysanthemum is that too Germini now available all year round. The germini is the little sister of the popular gerbera. The magnificent colors are the strength of the beautiful cut flower. With their fresh, bright appearance and the enormous variety of flower colors, you can hardly imagine a furnishing style or an occasion that they don’t go with.
The little button-like ones Santini, are another type of chrysanthemum. Their bright, sunny yellow color is a real eye-catcher in our Bloomen of the Week Bouquet.
Another flower in our bouquet is that Safflower. Contrary to what its name suggests, the safflower flower is thornless. With their bright orange, the flowers fit perfectly into this autumn bouquet.
We have the orange as an accessory to this bouquet Milkweede added. The small filigree flowers of the Asclepias form a harmonious contrast to the large flowers of the other blooms. The flowers look inconspicuous at first, but quickly develop their true beauty.
This is joined by a style of Wig bush. The actually green leaves of the plants turn dark red in autumn and are therefore the perfect accessory for our autumn bouquet.
Our vase recommendation for “Autumnal Composition”
For this bouquet we recommend a high table vase with a narrow opening to give the flowers the necessary support.
We wish you a great week and a lot of fun with “Autumnal Composition”!
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