THE ANEMONE’S BLACK HEART

A black heart sounds a bit depressing, but that is not the case regarding the centre of the Anemone. This happy flower creates pleasure for a long time in a sunny atmosphere.

Anemones have large flowers and look like poppies, with their black hearts and strong stems. They are available in white, pink, red, violet and blue and there are approximately 120 varieties. Some have a single row of flower petals and others have more.

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SAY IT WITH ANEMONES

The anemone is not short of a bit of symbolism! The flower stands for ‘I would like to be with you’, expectancy, consideration and honesty.

Another theory goes back to Greek mythology. Anemona was a nymph in the palace of the goddess Flora. According to the saga Floras Zephyr, the god of the wind, fell in love with Anemona, so the jealous goddess turned her into a flower.

Other sources suggest that the name Anemone is a Greek and Latin corruption of the Semitic name for Adonis, from whose blood the anemone variety in the Middle East sprouted.

 

FROM WINTER TO SPRING BOUQUET WITH ANEMONES

Bloomtube and Bouquet Tales has made some lovely inspiration for your Spring bouquets. When it comes to the combination of color and materials, this bouquet is an example of a pretty transition from the winter season into spring. The dark, purple color and the knotty Magnolia represent the winter; the Narcissus and Mimosa represent spring.

Here is your shopping list:

  • Stubwire
  • Magnolia
  • Pink wire
  • Virgin’s Bower
  • Squill
  • Ranunculus Clooney Violet
  • Anemone Orchid
  • Daffodil avalanche
  • Helleborus
  • Mimosa Purpurea
  • Fibre string
  • Ribbon green grey
  • Floral tape

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Hopefully the Anemone stole your heart, she sure stole ours! We love this beauty! You can find all different kind of Anemones in our webshop. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please contact us!

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