GLADIOLS, ROBINA AND BRINDISILS & FOX TAIL
This week we have put together a fairytale-like bouquet for your floor vase with “Catch the Fox”, which gets its charm especially from the extraordinary flower variety “Foxtail”. The contrast to the hanging flowers of the foxtail are tall white gladioli, exotic scented robin lilies and beautiful brindisililies.
You can get the long-stemmed flowers from us until September 26, 2016. Order or change your subscription By Thursday, September 22nd, 2016, choose the delivery date September 26th, 2016 at the latest and look forward to your wonderful BLOOMS of the week!
Gladiolus are typical summer flowers, the season of which will unfortunately soon be over – so maybe enjoy the last specimens! Gladioli belong to the iris family. Its name is derived from the Latin word gladius (= sword), which is why it is also known in German as the sword flower. Care instructions and further information on the elegant flowers can be found here.
Wherever Lilies unfold their beauty, they involuntarily attract everyone’s attention and impress their viewer with the perfection and presence of their large flowers. the Robin lily is particularly known for its intense, exotic scent and also beguiles with its beauty. It originally comes from the Orient, which is why it is sometimes called the oriental lily. The Asian Lily ‘Brindisi’ blooms and impresses with beautiful, fragrant fuchsia-colored flowers. More information and care instructions for lilies can be found here.
Foxtail, also known by its botanical name Amaranth, originally comes from Central America and found its way to us in Europe in the 18th century. Maybe you know the name from your favorite muesli – but you are exactly right! The Inca, Maya and… have always eaten foxtail grains, mainly because of their high protein content. But the plant is also very good as a cut flower and provides that special flair in every bouquet. You can find more information and care instructions here.
Our vase recommendation for “Catch The Fox”
For the long-stemmed combination “Catch The Fox” we recommend a very high vase, which shows off the long stems of the lilies and gladioli as well as the foxtail.
We wish you a wonderful week with the flowers!
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