Bouquet of flowers

Bouquet of flowers

The bouquet is a bouquet of flowers packaged in a very beautiful and elegant way. There are bouquets for all occasions: ceremony, graduation, birthday, anniversary etc., although the most famous is certainly that of the bride. Depending on the gift we want to give, we can ask that the bouquet be packaged with certain and particular flowers, we can also add objects or decorations that make it unique such as, for example, beads, particularly colored ribbons, a box of chocolates, a stuffed animals or a precious pendant.

A bouquet for every occasion

In this paragraph we will give you some advice on the bouquet to choose according to the occasion.

Bouquets suitable for many occasions can be composed of mixed flowers or roses with green as an ornament, perhaps enriched by a centerpiece or other useful but very elegant object. Great for a floral gift at a graduation party, it can be a bouquet of sunflowers. For a romantic and elegant gift we can opt for a bouquet of beautiful red roses with white gypsophila flowers.

There are also bouquets suitable especially for some occasions, here are some examples: a bouquet of red roses combined with a necklace or a ring, will be an excellent gift to celebrate Valentine's Day; also very suitable for this party will be a bouquet of red roses in the shape of a heart, very sweet and romantic. For Women's Day, an idea could be a bouquet of flowers mixed like freesia, anemones, astrometry and, of course, mimosa, perhaps complemented by a pendant or other precious. For Mother's Day it will be an excellent bouquet of flowers mixed with beautiful cheerful colors, combined with a decorated ceramic plate, a centerpiece or other object for the home. Mixed flowers will be fine for Father's Day, perhaps gerberas and sunflowers, with yellow-orange colors, combined with a tie, a perfume, a precious lighter. For a baptism or a birth, there is nothing better than a bouquet of white flowers with a stuffed animal as a side dish.

These are some ideas that we are pleased to have suggested to you, we hope they will be useful if you have to make a beautiful and elegant gift. However, there are infinite bouquets that can be created by the expert hands of florists, suitable from the simplest to the most important occasion, just a little imagination and good taste; excellent are also those formed by dried flowers.

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    Making a bouquet of flowers eternal is a simple procedure that requires nothing but a little attention: once you have chosen the flowers that we want to keep with us always, just cut the stem, ...

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Sun-resistant summer flowers

One of the fundamental characteristics of summer flowers is that of well bear the sun, the heat and direct radiation. Follow our advice to find the most resistant species suitable for your needs.

  • Lavender. Famous for its unmistakable scent, the lavender has a spike inflorescence of a beautiful mauve color. It is a colorful and beautiful one garden plants, It is able to withstand heat and even dryness. It also grows well in the hottest and driest places, and on arid soils with gravel and stones. It prefers sunny locations and is not afraid of the wind. It does not require great care: it requires water only when the soil is completely dry, in general, seasonal rains are enough.

  • Bougainville. Native to tropical areas, the bougainville it is a plant with a highly scenographic effect. It grows well if exposed to full sun and tolerates very high temperatures, even over 40 °. In the hottest season it should be watered more often but without exaggerating as it fears water stagnation. It can also be cultivated in sea areas because it does not fear the salinity of the soil.
  • Petunia. Belonging to the Solanaceae family, the genus petunia includes both annual and perennial species. It is a garden plant that gives rise to magnificent patches of white, cream, pink, mauve, red, light blue, purple, blue and purple, both in solid colors, but also in two colors or with streaks.
  • Jasmine. The climbing plant par excellence, with an unmistakable intense aroma. The jasmine it is often used to create beautiful garden hedges, cover walls and gates, and to embellish terraces and balconies, it adapts well to any type of climate. It tolerates temperatures ranging from -10 ° to 45 °. It prefers sunny and bright places, but it also grows well in partial shade, the important thing is that it receives direct sunlight at least for a few hours every day. The ideal soil is deep, soft, humus-rich and well-drained. It does not require a lot of water, it should be watered in moderation and only when the soil is totally dry. Finally, it does not fear the saltiness, so it can be grown in seaside areas.
  • Portulaca. Succulent annual plant among the most common in the Mediterranean area. Among spontaneous species and numerous cultivars, at least one hundred species of purslane. It tolerates hot and dry climates, between 15 ° and 30 °. Easy to grow both in the ground and in pots, it has no particular needs. The soil must be mixed, soft and well drained, watering only when the soil is completely dry. Its small flowers open when they receive direct sunlight and close at night.

  • Gazania. Coming from southern Africa, the gazania is a perennial herb belonging to the family of Asteraceae. Depending on the species (40 species and numerous hybrids), the peeking flowers have different shapes and colors that can range from yellow to pink to red. Very sensitive to cold, it prefers bright places, even better direct sunlight. The ideal soil is soft and well drained. In summer and spring it should be watered every day early in the morning. However, it is able to withstand even a few days of drought.

  • Gaura Lindheimeri. Native to Texas and southern Louisiana, the Gaura Lindheimeri is a perennial herbaceous plant recognizable by the inflorescence that resembles small orchids, with four petals and white or pink in color. Easy to grow, both in pots and in open fields, it requires full sun exposure and can also withstand long periods of drought well. It adapts to any kind of soil even if it prefers loose and well-drained ones. It should be watered regularly when the soil is completely dry.

  • Hibiscus. One of the most widely grown flowers in pots in the garden and on the terrace. Belonging to the family of Malvaceae, it has about 240 species (shrubs, small trees, annual and perennial herbaceous plants). Native to the temperate areas of Asia, thehibiscus it is also widespread in Europe, Australia, North America and New Zealand. In the summer it gives a wonderful flowering in shades of white, pink, purple and lilac. It loves the heat and sunny areas, but it also grows well in partial shade. It adapts to any type of soil but the most suitable is soft, fertile and well drained. Better not to overdo theirrigation. In fact, it can withstand short periods of drought. The dried hibiscus petals are obtained karkadè, also known as Abyssinian tea or hibiscus tea.
  • Rose. Grown both in the ground and in pots, the rose they are the queens of flowers. There are about 150 species, with a very wide range of colors (pink, yellow, purple, white, purple, lilac, blue, peach, coral, orange, green, mottled…) and an intense and unmistakable perfume. Of whatever species it is, the rose loves a mild climate, sunny, bright and well-ventilated places, and direct sunlight for some hours of the day. The ideal soil is well drained and rich in organic substances. In warmer periods, it is best to water early in the morning or late in the evening.
  • Gaillardia Herbaceous plant belonging to the family of Astraceae, the same as the daisy. Native to North America, it is particularly widespread in desert areas. It is in fact a resistant plant that adapts well to any type of climate. In particular, the gaillardia it loves bright and sunny places, is not afraid of drought or rigid temperatures, and needs direct sunlight at least for a few hours a day. For maintenance, it has no particular needs: it grows well in any type of soil (the important thing is that it is well drained) and does not need large quantities of water (indicatively, it should be watered once a week).

September October flowers and bridal bouquet

If you have to make gods bouquet for weddings or to create nicely scented centerpieces or to give bouquets of flowers that last more than 24 hours I suggest you move towards species not in forced flowering but "natural" in order to have a longer duration of the bouquet.

The flowers of September and October: garden-bouquet-ceremonies-gifts

Very suitable in the realization of bouquets or table centers, roses, the wallflowers, gerberas, many varieties of orchids, with orchids and roses you can also make beautiful ones hairstyles for brides.

So, in September and October if you have to organize ceremonies, events, parties or simply a gift, you can opt, for a long time to come, for a lot of fresh, beautiful and long-lasting flowering varieties.

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