Spring for Tropical Flowersby Ardith Beveridge on March 18, 2017 at 2:08 am
I’m writing this post on a beautiful March morning when the wind is looking for the warm spring skies to blow in. This is the time of year when anything can happen weather-wise. In the past few days, we have had hail, snow, sunshine and wild turkeys walking around, even on busy roads.
One thing consistent about March is we like to brighten up our indoor spaces — our homes and offices. Tropical flowers are a great choice. They transport us to beautiful and exotic places.
I have always enjoyed designing with tropical flowers because of their beauty and also because of their unpredictable nature. Their lines, shapes, colors, sizes and textures change with each flower and create a stunning presentation. Everything goes together — no matching. Tropical flowers are stunning with roses, lilies, stock, and every other flower that comes to mind.
- Every 3-4 days, re-trim stems, clean the vase, and replace the water with clean warm water with flower food.
- Occasionally mist flowers, except orchid sprays.
- Keep flowers away from heat sources, air conditioning drafts, and direct sunlight.
Ask your florist to deliver tropical flowers to brighten someone special’s day.
What exotic places do you think about when you see tropical flowers?