GERMINI, ROSES & PINCUSHIONS
The days get significantly shorter in winter, but there is one thing we can always enjoy – the sunset. The sky is colored in splendid colors and invites us to dream. Our short-stemmed bouquet this week should capture exactly this feeling and make your home shine. The orange germini and roses from ‘Winter Sunset’ harmonize with the yellow pincushion and are your very own winter sunset.
You can get these short-stemmed flowers from us until December 19, 2016. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription by Thu, December 15, 2016, choose the delivery date no later than December 19, 2016 and look forward to your wonderful BLOOMS of the week!
the Germini is a smaller type of gerbera and looks very similar to it. These colorful flowers originally come from Asia and southern Africa. Germini are known for their longevity and are also very easy to care for. A fresh, straight cut every few days and fresh water are sufficient to enjoy this colorful flower for a long time. You can find more tips and information about Germini here.
Hardly any other flower is as well known in the world as this one rose. This flower is a classic and many people’s favorite. We think that this is also justified because hardly any other flower is as versatile as the rose. So that you can enjoy the beautiful roses straight away, we will take care of cleaning and de-thorning the flowers for you. For more information and care tips on roses, click here.
Pin cushion are extraordinary and robust flowers that stand out immediately in every bouquet. This genus of plants has yellow to orange, stem-like leaves with slightly darker thickenings at the ends. You can typically find pincushions in parks and gardens in South Africa, but they are also ideal as cut flowers. You can find more information and care tips for pin cushions here.
Our vase recommendation for “Winter Sunset”
For our combination “Winter Sunset” we recommend a relatively high and slightly wider vase. The germini need sufficient hold so that the stems do not break off.
We wish you a wonderful winter week with the flowers!
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