BREATHTAKING BOUVARDIA INSPIRATION FOR SPRING
With her extraordinary look, the Bouvardia makes it feel like you look at many small stars in a bunch. The star-shaped flowers can effortlessly shine on their own or mixed together.
The Bouvardia originates from Central America, in particular Mexico, and has a long history. Even though it comes from this warm country, it is named after the French Charles Bouvard who was head in Jardin du Roi in Paris. The flower symbolizes enthusiasm and therefore is often used during celebrations.
Our purchasing specialist Karel is holding a bouquet of a special mix of Bouvardia by Vreeken Bouvardia.
The Bouvardia is a flower that can easily be added to any of your bouquets. We came up with three inspirational themes, to show you some of the options to use your Bouvardia in:
INSPIRATION #1 SHOW SOME LOVE FOR MOTHER’S DAY
As a festive flower, the Bouvardia could be used to celebrate love. It is available in lovely colours such as red and pink. You could add some extra love to your arrangement by adding heart-shaped figures. Perfect for Mother’s Day or just as a general gift to someone you appreciate.
INSPIRATION #2 FLOWER OF THE MONTH — GERBERA
The Bouvardia is a flower that can easily be added to your bouquet. Create the most stunning arrangements by combining them with April’s flower of the month, the Gerbera. As finishing touch you can always use some greens. Guaranteed success!
INSPIRATION #3 ‘SPRINGSPIRATION’
The fresh white and green colours will make it look like they walked away from a beautiful Spring garden. When the Bouvardia opens her buds and butterflies appear, the Spring party can start!
CHECKPOINTS BEFORE CREATING YOUR FLORAL SEDUCTION
Want to make sure your Bouvardia lasts for two weeks? Follow op these checkpoints and enjoy:
√ The Bouvardia isn’t placed in draught, near a heater nor in direct sunlight.
√ The Bouvardia has enough water in the vase, because it drinks a lot of it.
√ There are no leaves in lying in the water. When all leaves are removed, it will help the flowers stay fresh longer.
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