Robust beauty, sunshine and serenity: The interplay of yellow tulips and traditional gagel in our BLOOMS of the week “Sunny Easter Day” heralds the fragrant spring!
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the tulip is one of the most popular flowers in Germany. However, it has its origins in Central and Central Asia. It was only when Carlos Clusius brought the tulip from Turkey to the Netherlands that it was cultivated there and distributed in Europe. The colorful tulip fields in Holland are now a magnet for tourists and the country is the world’s largest producer of tulips. Especially as a cut flower, the tulip provides colorful accents and BLOOMY spring notes everywhere. It is important, however, that the tulip stems are cut straight about 2 cm before setting, so that the flowers can proudly stand up and unfold. Within the tulip genus, each color has a different meaning. The color yellow is considered a harmonizing element, be it in a bouquet or in a relationship. It acts as an expression of respect, mindfulness and creativity. The yellow tulip is also the symbol of sunshine and serenity and puts a smile on everyone’s face. That’s why it’s a popular gift among friends and of course belongs in every Easter bouquet!
This week, the cheerful tulips will be accompanied by Gagel. Its popular name is “Porst”, and it is often translated from English as “myrtle”. As a plant species in the family of the Gagel family, the Gagel is widespread in northwestern Europe and North America. According to archaeological finds, the nail bush was used as a medicinal plant and for brewing beer over 2,000 years ago. Especially in Scandinavia, the “Grut” or “Gagel” beer is still very popular today. The flower buds were also used: to dye textiles yellow or as an insect repellent. A versatile plant, the appearance of which is at least as impressive.
The red-brown color shade of the Gagel flowers acts as a wonderful counterpart to the yellow tulip and gives our BLOOMEN of the week a touch of tradition and abundance.
Our vase recommendation for “Sunny Easter Day”
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 lots of fun with “Sunny Easter Day”!
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