NOBLE THISTLES & CHRYSANTHEMUMS
Finally the days are getting shorter again and the nights longer – because then you can see the stars earlier – stars in the night! Watching the crystal clear autumn sky with a cup of hot tea and wrapped in a blanket is something so wonderful that we want to bring the starry night feeling to your home or office. The combination of “Stars in the Night” of white chrysanthemums and deep blue precious thistles is particularly harmonious thanks to the color and shape contrast of the two types of flowers and perfectly reflects the sparkling stars on a cold autumn night.
You can get these long-stemmed flowers from us until 07/11/2016. Order or change your subscription until Thursday, November 3rd, 2016, select November 7th, 2016 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your wonderful BLOOMS of the week!
Thistles are often not associated with cut flowers, ours Thistles but look so good in the vase that we simply don’t want to withhold them from you! In German-speaking countries they are also known as “Mannstreu” and originally come from South America. They are a popular coat of arms flower and are for example the national flowers of Scotland. More information and care instructions for noble thistles can be found here.
Chrysanthemums are among the typical autumn flowers that have a very long flowering time and are therefore particularly pleasing to us in the current season. They belong to the sunflower family and originally come from Southeast Asia, where they stood for a long life. When they came to Europe in the middle of the 19th century, they were first traded as treasures and, luckily, can now be found everywhere in our country. You can find more information and care instructions here.
Our vase recommendation for “Stars in the Night”
For our combination “Stars in the Night”, a very high vase with a slightly wider opening is ideal, so that the flowers find enough space.
We wish you a wonderful week with the flowers!
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