FLOWER OF THE MONTH: ALSTROEMERIA
The exotic Alstroemeria is also called the Inca Lily. This is a reference to its natural habitat: the cool mountain ranges of the Andes in Chile, Brazil and Peru. The flower was discovered there in the 18th century by the Swedish scientist Clas Alströmer. He gave the flower its current name.
These four weeks we focus on the Alstroemeria. We will show you inspirational floral designs, new and exclusive flowers and tips!
SURPRISE MOM WITH A TRENDY FLORAL GIFT
Varying shades of bright green and bright purple, the Alstroemeria provides a fresh and warm display that will cheer your customers up instantly. It combines beautifully with the Gerbera, Nelumbo Nucifera, Curcuma, Asparagus and Philodendron Xanadu. Simply select the loveliest pink and purple shades and create a marvelous bouquet. Or would you prefer to make a different combination with a different look? From romantic to rugged, anything is possible with the Alstroemeria.
Symbolism of the alstroemeria
All six of the Alstroemeria’s petals are very important: they stand for understanding, humour, patience, empathy, commitment and respect. What better way to tell your mom that you love and appreciate her for the support that she has given you!
OZ Export is your Alstroemeria Expert
Don’t look any further for the best Alstroemeria deals and the widest assortment! We have it all! New varieties, exclusive flowers, tailor-made concepts and more. In the following weeks we will show you the newest products and the story behind the most exclusive Alstroemerias like the Paradiso by Together2Grow.Back to overview