GINGER, ROBINA LILIES, INCALILIES, MONSTERA & STRELITZIA LEAF
How nice it is to dream of distant, exotic and above all warm countries on a cold, gray day – discover our “Exotic Jungle”! This week we’re making those dreams come true and taking you on a journey into the jungle! The combination of Ginger, Robina lilies, Inca lilies and Monstera & Strelitzia leaves lets you forget the dreary autumn outside and puts a smile on our faces.
You can get the long-stemmed flowers from us until 10/31/2016. Order or change your subscription by Thursday, October 27th, 2016, choose October 31st, 2016 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your wonderful BLOOMS of the week!
Ginger is better known here by its German name ginger blossom. The bright red flowers are actually bracts. The ginger is native to tropical areas, including Hawaii and Puerto Rico. The main use is mostly the root – what we know as ginger. We think, however, that the flower does very well as a cut flower. You can find more information and care instructions here.
Robina lilies beguile not only with their appearance, but above all with their scent. Lilies originally grew in the Himalayas. In the meantime, however, they can be found on all continents of the northern hemisphere, preferably in climatically temperate zones. You can find more information about lilies here.
Another classic among cut flowers is the lily’s little sister, the Inca lily – or botanically alstroemery. Originally from South America, it was named after Clas Alstroemer, a Swedish botanist who discovered the beautiful flower. You can find more information and care instructions here.
Monstera and Strelitzia leaves are particularly popular due to their long shelf life and give the finishing touch to the jungle feeling. Just give them a fresh cut and you will enjoy them for a long time!
Our vase recommendation for “Exotic Jungle”
For our combination “Exotic Jungle” a very high vase with a slightly wider opening is very suitable, which still makes the individual expressive flowers look good as a combination.
We wish you a wonderful Australian week with the flowers!
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