CHIC, CLASSY AND COLORFUL LILIUM
The crown-shaped Lilium is a royal member of flower family with her classy appearance. Within the centuries, Liliums became more and more majestic. She has been a Greek goddesses and king’s favourite flower for years. Which makes her the symbol for royalty. For example the typically French Lily for the old French kings!
LILIUM’S APPEARANCE & SYMBOLISMS
The colours, shapes and sizes are endless. So you will definitely find the one you are looking for.
Lilium is one of the most powerful flowers within the flower family. She has so many different symbolisms: sweetness, purity, love, fertility, femininity, unity and transience. The meaning of the Lilium depends on her colour. For instance: the white Lilium represents beauty and respect, while pink Lilium stands for softness and affection.
The Oriental Lilium is perfect for the perfume lovers with her strong and mesmerising scent. The white Rose Lily is a perfect match for the wedding season. With her pure and classy appearance she will enhance every wedding.
MESMERISING LILIUM BOUQUETS
Create a fairy tale like bouquet with soft pink Liliums. Combine them with Delphiniums, Helleborus leaves, blue Asteraceae (Aster) and the purple Angelica Gigas to create beautiful contrasts within the bouquet. To finish your floral design put the bouquet in a brightly coloured vase to impress your customer.
Or create a pink bouquet with a summer feeling. Use bright pink coloured Liliums, blue Veronicas, pink Roses, pink celosia and pink/purple Dianthus with small flowers.
FLOWER OF THE MONTH
From week 23 to week 26 the Lilium is in the spotlight of the Flower Agenda. As flower experts, we can tell you that we are looking forward to celebrating this eye-catching flower these four weeks. Inspirational images have been produced for all the flowers in the Flower Agenda by keeping in mind the Horticulture Sector Trends 2016. These trends are a translation of the latest consumer trends focused specifically on the horticultural sector both indoors and outdoors.
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