These two floral beauties will make your four walls shine! Our BLOOMS of the week “Blooming Chalice” combine this time colorful elegance with a delicate playfulness and bring the summer into your home or office with an exciting color combination.
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The “Calla Captain Odeon” is a breed of the well-known Calla and is characterized by its orange-red to fiery red coloring. The calyx-shaped head of the plant is often mistaken for the flower by laypeople, but in reality it is a particularly conspicuous leaf that surrounds the actual core of the flower. According to legend, the Greek gods used the calla goblet as a drinking vessel.
The popular flowering plant, which found its way from South Africa to Europe in the 18th century, is now particularly admired for its modern elegance and minimalist appearance. Calla is available in all imaginable colors, with Captain Odeon certainly one of the most exciting breeds and providing a particularly bright color accent. Calla has been used for celebrations for centuries; its name is derived from the Greek word “kalos”, which means “beautiful” and sums up what the enchanting flower stands for.
The Calla Captain Odeon is complemented this week by the Brodiaea Rudy, a tropical lily plant, which is also known under the name “spring star” or “star flower”. The flowers of the graceful Brodiaea come in a purple-white summer dress and thus stand in beautiful contrast to the strong orange-red color of the calla. The plant known as wild flowers comes from tropical regions, but feels right at home here too and is a popular garden flower as well as being used in bouquets.
Together they result in a colorful mix of playful elegance in the bouquet and together create a touch of summer in addition to style and decoration.
Our vase recommendation for “Blooming Chalice”
For this bouquet we recommend a table vase with a wide opening so that the individual flowers come into their own.
We wish you a great week and a lot of fun with “Blooming Chalice”!
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