EUSTOMA & GRASSwort
Let yourself be enchanted again this week! With our “White Japan” combination of beautiful, elegant Japanese roses and dainty, delicate gypsophila, your floor vase becomes a white eye-catcher and brings two stylish classics to your home or office.
You can get these long-stemmed flowers from us until 11/28/2016. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription By Thursday, November 24th, 2016, choose November 28th, 2016 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your wonderful BLOOMS of the week!
the Eustoma – also known as Japanrose – comes to you this week in brilliant white. The flower is one of the most popular cut flowers because of its simple beauty and is actually sometimes called the tulip rose because of its resemblance to tulips. It was nicknamed the Japanese rose because it was Japanese gardeners who brought the prairie gentian from the arid regions of North America to Japan and cultivated the beautiful flower there, which began its triumphant advance throughout the world from there. When arranging Japanese roses, we recommend a tall, slim vase that supports the flowers and gives the bouquet a beautiful shape. Cut the eustoma diagonally again with a sharp knife before you put it in fresh water. You can find more information and care tips here.
Gypsophila is often only known as an addition to roses or as a space filler – in our opinion, this underestimates the filigree flower! Gypsophila, also known as panicle of gypsophila, is actually a bushy plant that looks particularly good in combination with the magnificent flowers of the eustoma. Also cut the gypsophila fresh. You can find more information and care instructions here.
Our vase recommendation for “White Japan”
For our combination “White Japan” we recommend a high vase with a relatively narrow opening so that the bouquet is beautifully shaped.
We wish you a wonderful week with the flowers!
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