ROSES, STATICE, SOLIDAGO & BUTTON SANTINI
This week there is a colorful combination of yellow roses, purple Statice, Solidago and green button santini for the table vase. This short-stemmed bouquet enchants with its radiant colors and already makes us dream of warmer days.
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This week you will not get ordinary ones in the short-stemmed bouquet Rosesbut branched roses. These playful flowers are reminiscent of a cute English garden and look just gorgeous in combination with the yellow Solidago. Don’t be afraid to touch them – we will send you the roses without thorns and ready-to-vase. If you would like more information about roses, please stop by here.
Solidago looks good as an accessory in every bouquet. The cute yellow flowers exude a good mood and bring joy to every room. Here you can find more information and care tips for Solidago.
These small green flowers are a button-like variety of the chrysanthemum. Santini belong to the daisy family and come from East Asia, where these flowers have been found here for 2000 years. The bright green of the button santini brings freshness to the bouquet. A fresh cut and regular fresh water is enough to enjoy these flowers for a long time. More information about Santini can be found here.
The purple one Statice gives the bouquet a final touch of color. Since this plant often blooms near the sea, it is also called sea lavender and sea lavender. Additional information on Statice can be found here.
Our vase recommendation for “Garden Breeze”
For the “Garden Breeze” combination, we recommend a table vase with a slightly wider opening so that there is enough space for all the flowers. When the flowers arrive, give them a fresh cut and regularly remove the withered leaves.
We hope you enjoy your flowers and have a pleasant week!
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