With our BLOOMS of the week “Pink Blush” this time fruity, rich colors will bring you into your home or office. Our bouquet of germini, dragon tree and St. John’s wort awakens spirits and predicts a really lush summer.
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They take care of the many splashes of color in this rich bouquet Germini; also called mini gerberas. As the name suggests, these cheerful flowers are closely related to the gerbera and differ from it only in their size, which at up to nine centimeters is about four centimeters smaller than that of its big sister. Their meaning, however, does not differ: The germini also stand for cheerfulness, appreciation and friendship and can convince both individually and in the bouquet. Originally from southern Africa and tropical Asia, the germini is one of the best-known and most popular cut flowers in Europe today. More than 900 million pieces are produced annually and give an insight into the immense popularity of this likeable flower.
The delicate germini are accompanied by the modern appearance of the Dracaena Purple Compacta – also popularly Dragon tree called. Nevertheless, it is not a tree, but a plant from the agave family. This dark green plant, which comes from Southeast Asia, has a very rich note due to its tropical origins and gives the bouquet a certain down-to-earth feel. Nevertheless, it is considered very stylish and fits particularly well into a modern ambience.
In addition to happiness and stability, our BLOOMS of the week also bring decorative fruitiness in the form of the this time Hypericum Selva Romance. These hybrids of the famous St. John’s wort await on their trunk with decorative berries and deep green stems. The colors can now range from traditional red and burgundy to a decorative range of cream, peach, pink, orange, yellow, green and white. The berries come in different shapes, sizes and structures – sometimes more, sometimes less loosely grouped. They are a truly versatile eye-catcher in every bouquet. It is not for nothing that they are said to have a positive effect that can work wonders in a bad mood. With good care, the berries will keep for up to 14 days. With this long-lasting bouquet you have a happy house guest who stays for a really long time.
Our vase recommendation for “Pink Blush”
For this bouquet we recommend 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 “Pink Blush”!
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