Blossoming Spring –

A colorful cultural mix: indigenous temperament, northern freshness and South African summer. With our BLOOMS of the week in this elegant combination of white, purple and fresh green, a happy atmosphere is guaranteed!

You will receive this combination from us by 03.03.2018. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription by Thursday, March 1st, 2018, choose March 3rd, 2018 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your BLOOMS of the week!

This time our BLOOMS of the week consist of three distinctive flowers from exotic locations around the world.

The Alstromerie Carline originally grows in the cool mountains of the Andes in Chile, Brazil and Peru. She is, so to speak, a true Latina and belongs to the family of the Inca lily plants. Central in the Inca religion is the relationship to nature and the power of mother earth, accordingly the Inca lily embodies friendship, solidarity, affection and devotion. Their indigenous temperament is evident in the intense purple color of their leaves and the distinctive speckled heart. The powerful appearance is not deceptive: whether in the sun or in partial shade – the Alstroemeria Carline can be kept in the vase for a good two weeks.

On the other side of the ocean, native to southern Africa, the ‘Ornithogalum Saundersiae’ grows. This interesting bulb symbolizes purity and solidity and is characterized by the luminosity of the flowers. However, it only shows its beautiful, white to ivory-colored flowers in the summer months. Its flower is colloquially also called the large milk star, which is due to its Greek origin ornis or ornithos (bird) and galum (milk). Why the flower got this name is still a BLOOM mystery today …

Coming from the northern hemisphere, the Bupleurum makes this bouquet a global whole. The yellow flowers and stem-embracing leaves of this umbellifer create a down-to-earth freshness. Often also called rabbit ears, their primal power and healing properties have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for decades. Your community-loving nature playfully combines the Latin American temperament and the South African elegance and makes our bouquet of the week a true cultural spectacle.

Our vase recommendation for “Blossoming Spring

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 “Blossoming Spring”!

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