LILIES, KANGAROO & HYPERICUM
Our long-stemmed flowers of the week owe their name to the kangaroo foot. These velvety cut flowers in combination with graceful lilies and pink hypericum make “Happy Kangaroo” a unique bouquet.
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Lilies always inspire, regardless of whether they stand alone in the vase or in combination with other cut flowers. Not only is the sight of this wonderful flower special, but also the scent it exudes. The lily originally comes from the Himalayas, but is now particularly native to the temperate zones of the northern hemisphere. There is also another story about the origin of the lily – when the Milky Way was created, some milk from Hera, the patron goddess of marriage, is said to have dripped onto the earth and the lily emerged from it. More information and care instructions for lilies can be found here.
Kangaroo feet are often also called kangaroo flowers. This flower, native to Australia, got its name, of course, thanks to its resemblance to cute kangaroo paws. The delicately hairy flowers in different shades of yellow and red are an eye-catcher in every bouquet. The kangaroo feet need a lot of water, so we recommend that you check the water level in the vase regularly.
Hypericum or St. John’s wort is one of the most important medicinal plants in Germany. Nowadays, Hypericum is known not only as a remedy, but also as a decorative cut flower. Hypericum is very easy to care for in the vase and only needs a fresh cut on arrival and fresh water regularly. Further information and care tips for Hypericum can be found here.
Our vase recommendation for “Happy Kangaroo”
For this long-stemmed arrangement, we recommend a tall and narrow vase in which the flowers can fall nicely.
We wish you a wonderful week and a lot of joy with your flowers of the week “Happy Kangaroo”!
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