FRENCH TULIPS, EUSTOMA & CARNIVES
The first warm rays of sun light up March and make us dream of the tropical summer this week. Our BLOOMS of the week look like a colony of small, happy parrots out of the vase and are guaranteed to bring a good mood into your own home or office. We combine elegant French tulips with pink carnations and pink eustoma.
You will receive this combination from us by 03/20/2017. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription by Thu, March 16, 2017, choose March 20, 2017 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your BLOOMS of the week!
French tulips are the long-stemmed divas among the tulips and inspire not only with their long necks, but also with their particularly large flowers. Like all types of tulips, they go through different stages of development and give every bouquet that certain something. We deliver the tulips to you in bud so that you can enjoy the extravagant tulip for a long time. Since tulips will continue to grow in the vase, they should be trimmed from time to time so that they do not protrude over the other flowers. More information and care instructions for tulips can be found here.
Cloves are not only a symbol of courage and revolution, but also of admiration and love. They give fullness to any combination and are also extremely durable. The divine flowers also set beautiful accents in the room when they are individually distributed in vases. If the carnations hang their heads a little after a while, simply cut the flowers again. More information and care tips for cloves can be found here.
Eustoma, also known as the Japanese rose, not only appear incredibly filigree with their small, cup-shaped flowers, they are also very diverse. Its colors range from white to pink to strong tones such as purple or red. The plant originally comes from North America, where it grew in dry river beds. However, they only became known when Japanese gardeners crossed the plant and created its current appearance. Since it was the first time to buy them in Japan, they were named directly after the country. Further information and care tips for Eustoma can be found here.
Our vase recommendation for “Happy Parrot”
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 Parrot”!
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