EUSTOMA, MILK STAR & CABBAGE
The official start of autumn is this Friday. We would like to say goodbye to summer with our short-stemmed flowers of the week. We have combined the perfect flowers to say goodbye to the beautiful summer months in “Garden Darling” – magical eustoma, delicate milk star and stylish ornamental cabbage form a unique bouquet. Bring your home to shine with “Garden Darling” to start the colder season with full energy.
You will receive this combination from us by 09/25/2017. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription by Thu, 09/21/2017, select 09/25/2017 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your BLOOMING of the week!
If you take a closer look, you might see certain similarities between the Eustoma and the tulip. No wonder the flower is also known as the tulip rose. In “Blissful Petals”, delicate eustoma in wonderful shades of pink nestle against graceful Brindisi lilies and conjure up a noble bouquet. For more information on Eustoma, stop by here.
More delicate Milky Star in white and green tones gives the bouquet a fresh touch. The flower is also known under the name Star of Bethlehem, because the Milky Star was mentioned in the Bible. You can find more interesting information on Milky Star here.
Yes, that is actually cabbage! The decorative, brightly colored leaves of the Ornamental cabbage come in delicate colors such as white, cream, pink, green and purple. The plant is not only an extraordinary decoration in the garden, it is also a great appearance as a cut flower in the vase. Ornamental cabbage is perfect as a cut flower for the transition into the colder season, because the plant can withstand temperatures as low as -8 ° C. Further information and care tips for ornamental cabbage can be found here.
Our vase recommendation for “Garden Darling”
For this short-stemmed combination, we recommend a slightly higher table vase with a narrow opening so that the flowers do not fall apart too much.
We wish you a great week and a lot of fun with “Garden Darling”!
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