CLOVES, INCALILIES & SOLIDAGO
This week our flowers will take you to the gardens of the American continent, because both the Inca lilies and the Solidago in this bouquet are native there. “Garden Romance” is a truly enchanting bouquet for the floor vase, with a lot of romantic flair – ideal for getting in the mood for Valentine’s Day.
You will receive “Garden Romance” from us until 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 beautiful BLOOMS of the week!
The name already reveals the origin of this delicate flower, because the Inca lily is located in South America. This flower owes its botanical name Alstroemeria to the Swedish botanist Carl Alstroemer. The flowers of the Inca lilies have a unique and filigree pattern that makes these flowers very special – in 2010 they were even named the most beautiful flower of the year. It is considered a spring flower and brings a magical lightness into your home. You can find more information and care tips on Indian lilies here.
This week there are noble ones for the Inca lilies Cloves in fresh pink tones. Not only the color of the carnations remind of the upcoming day of lovers, but also the symbolic meaning of this flower, because carnations are a symbol of love and admiration. You can find more information about these flowers here.
We are sending you this week as an accessory for these beautiful flowers Solidago. Solidago is often also called goldenrod and with its magnificent colors makes cloudy days shine brightly. But this plant can also do much more – the Solidago is said to have special healing powers. More information can be found here.
Our vase recommendation for “Garden Romance”
For this long-handled combination, we recommend a high floor vase with a narrow opening.
We hope you enjoy this bouquet and of course have a pleasant week.
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