A harbinger of autumn: The BLOOMEN of the week “Indian Summer” shine in a rich orange and combine the magnificent flowers of summer with a first feeling for the new season through late summer physalis.
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Originally it comes from the distant Himalayas, meanwhile it has become an indispensable part of gardens around the world: The lily. Its modern, elegant shape and its widespread growth area led to the fact that the lily became one of the most popular flowers worldwide and is particularly symbolic. For example, white lilies are often used at weddings, as they stand for purity and virginity, while at the same time they are also used for funeral occasions due to their peaceful, dignified appearance. While brightly colored lilies are often associated with unconditional love and respect.
The orange one Alstromerie is the second BLOOME this week and is in no way inferior to the classic lily with its large, magnificent flowers! The flower, also known to us as the Inca lily, originally comes from Central America, New Zealand and Australia. The flowers of the Inca lily have an exotic appearance and are particularly impressive due to their brightly colored palette. The brown-black spots of color inside the petals, which underline the tropical character of the flower, are also striking.
A first fantastic orange-red color explosion of the upcoming autumn, are leading this week Chinese lantern flowers at BLOOMY DAYS! The ornamental plant is a member of the genus Physalis in the nightshade family. The plant can shoot up to two meters in height, and its small, lampion-shaped flower heads make an attractive autumn decoration, even when dried. In bouquets, the small, glowing lanterns look wonderfully autumnal and shine with the late summer sun!
Our vase recommendation for “Indian Summer”
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 “Indian Summer”!
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