A bright and cheerful play of colors moves in with our flowers of the week. Prepare yourself for a good mood in the shape of a flower. The divine iris in purple tones competes with the germini in yellow, orange, pink and red.
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The iris, also known as the iris, embodies the powerful and proud component in this bouquet. Although it has very delicate flowers, it often stands for grace, also because it was used by the nobility as a heraldic flower. It takes its name from the Greek goddess of the rainbow, because this beautiful and interesting flower has already inspired the imagination of people in ancient Greece. It was probably her ethereal, slightly floating flowers that are reminiscent of the brightly dressed, winged messenger of the gods. It was also widely used as a useful and medicinal plant: as a condiment in wine or beer, as a fragrant root in wardrobes and for fresh breath, as a base for ointments and oils and even as a teething aid for small children. Today one may no longer try to cure a myriad of diseases with its help, but one can certainly continue to enjoy its truly divine beauty. Your beautiful and eye-catching flowers stand out in this bouquet with a strong purple.
The germini is the gerbera’s little sister and is very similar to its big sister in shape and color. However, it is only a maximum of 9 centimeters in size and therefore significantly smaller. It is therefore often ascribed a more delicate note. It is one of the most frequently sold flowers and enjoys unbroken popularity. This is certainly due to their great variety of colors and their high decoration factor. In addition, the germini is very durable and easy to care for. She has a cheerful character and is a welcome guest in various flower arrangements.
Our vase recommendation for “Joyful Lily“
For this bouquet we recommend not too high 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 “Joyful Lily”!
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