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EARLY FLOWER, ROSES & SOLIDAGO

The first signs of spring are here – colorful early bloomers! We can hardly wait until spring officially begins, so this week we are sending you “First Spring”, a colorful combination of early bloomers, roses and Solidago for the table vase.

You will receive this compilation from us by 02/13/2017. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription By Thursday, February 9th, 2017, choose February 13th, 2017 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your BLOOMING of the week!

At the end of January we can get to the first Early blooming delight. These wonderful types of flowers such as tulips, anemones, hyacinths and ranunculus absorb vital nutrients even in this cold season and can therefore start to bloom very early in the year. Early bloomers shine in splendid colors such as orange, lavender, pink and yellow and put you in a good mood immediately. Further information and care tips for early bloomers can be found in our flower lexicon.

Graceful Roses In a fresh pink shade, the early bloomers accompany this week in your vase. These popular flowers are an eye-catcher in every bouquet and remind us of Valentine’s Day this week – the day of lovers. For many years the rose has been a symbol for this special day in which we not only celebrate love, but also friendship. More information about roses can be found here.

Solidago gives the bouquet the finishing touch. This plant can be found in North America, where it grows on gravel and on paths and lets the world light up with its bright color – perfect for cloudy winter days! More information and care tips for Solidago can be found here.

Our vase recommendation for “First Spring”

For this combination we recommend a lower table vase with a slightly wider opening, because the early bloomers need enough space in the vase to be able to come into their own.

We wish you a pleasant week and a lot of fun with “First Spring”!

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