CLOVES, INCALILIES & WAXFLOWER
The weather is slowly getting milder and the days a little longer, aren’t these the perfect conditions for long walks through the awakening spring landscape? Dreamy and playful – “Pink Sweetheart” enchants with delicate flowers in spring-like pastel colors. With this bouquet we want to capture the joy of spring awakening and bring it into your vase.
You will receive this enchanting combination from us until 03/06/2017. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription By Thursday, March 2nd, 2017, choose March 6th, 2017 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your BLOOMS of the week!
The flowers of the Inca lily have a very special and filigree pattern, which makes them an excellent spring flower. This versatile flower comes from South America and was discovered in the 18th century by the botanist Clas Alstroemer and brought to Europe. In 2010 the Inca lily was named the most beautiful flower of the year. Further information and care tips are available here.
The Inca lilies are graceful this week Cloves accompanied. Carnations are a classic among flowers and the “Antigua” variety enchants with the unique color of its petals. The carnation owes its German name to its similarity to cloves – even if these are in no way related. More information and care tips for cloves can be found here.
As the crowning glory for this playful bouquet, we will send you delicate ones Waxflower. The waxflower grows in Australia as a 1 to 4 meter high bush and has pink, white or pale purple flowers. What makes the Waxflower so special is its pleasant scent of fresh lemongrass. The small flowers usually appear in late winter and spring and they are the perfect accessory for your cut flowers. Find out more about the Waxflower here.
Our vase recommendation for “Pink Sweetheart”
We recommend a tall and narrow floor vase for this combination.
We wish you a lot of fun with “Pink Sweetheart”!
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