HOW TO CORRECTLY COMBINE FLOWERS IN A BOUQUET
The art of composing floral arrangements has been constantly improved since its appearance many centuries ago. Florists make bouquets, guided by the classical canons of harmony, fashion trends and the…

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MOST UNUSUAL ROSES
Now there are more than 30 thousand varieties of roses. Several of them deserve attention because of their uniqueness - an unusual color or size. It is believed that roses…

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HOW TO MAKE BOUQUETS OF LIVING FLOWERS CORRECTLY?
Today, no solemn event is complete without flowers. Ready-made bouquets from florist shops are presented for any reason, but when you want to make a special congratulation, you can create…

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Anthurium

The birthplace of Anthurium is the tropics of South America. Among a huge number of representatives of the genus there are epiphytes, vines and herbaceous plants.
Anthurium inflorescence is an ear wrapped in a brightly colored leaf. Anthuriums bloom for a long time. Sometimes up to 3 months. The plant blooms indoors mainly during the summer, but some types of anthurium can bloom most of the year, provided that they are kept at a temperature of 22-25 ° C.
The unique appearance of a houseplant emphasizes the sophistication of interiors made in the styles of past eras: Art Nouveau, Baroque, Empire style.

Temperature mode
Anthurium is a heat-loving plant, so it needs a high air temperature. In summer, it should not fall below 20-27 ° C, in winter – not lower than 15-17 ° C Continue reading

Interesting facts about colors

More than 4000 years ago, the ancient Egyptians, who first thought of it, began to grow flowers Gardening and floriculture in the Middle Ages was an honor. People who showed disrespect for this work were severely punished: a flower garden or garden destroyer was chained to a shameful pillar, they could burn his toes or, like a thief, cut off his hand, and then forever be expelled from their native lands. Before the advent of modern material in life jackets, sunflower stalks were used. The ancient Arab legend of a bright yellow color. In 612, Mohammed began a war against the Israelis, at which time his wife Aishan left home. She met with a young man while her husband was not around. Mohammed was told about the betrayal of his wife, but he did not believe it. Then people advised to give her red roses, if they turn yellow – Aishan is unfaithful. Continue reading

17 interesting facts about colors

Flowers are essential in the culture of most peoples. Somewhere they are used for decoration, somewhere they serve as a sign of attention, and somewhere they are completely revered, as, for example, in some countries of Africa. It would seem that these are just plant propagation organs, but humanity has made a real cult of them, and for many hundreds of years, in most parts of the Earth, a bouquet of flowers has served as a universal gift.

1. The smallest flower in the world, belonging to the duckweed family, has a diameter of only 1 millimeter. The largest flower on the planet boasts a tropical plant of Arnold’s rafflesia – with a diameter of 91 centimeters, it weighs about 11 kilograms.

2.White colors do not exist – in fact, they are colorless, that is, they do not have any color pigments and simply reflect sunlight. Black pigment also does not exist in the world of colors – the color can be either dark red or deep purple. Continue reading

Fragrant first aid kit: flowers that treat
Not everyone knows that the most ordinary representatives of the flora that are familiar to our eyes can serve as a medicine. Let us turn to the opinions of those…

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FIVE MOST POPULAR TYPES OF PACKING FLOWER BOUQUETS
Packaging for a bouquet is like a gem cut. Making floral arrangements is a separate art form that florists learn. To mention all the methods for decorating bouquets that exist…

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Cyclamen
Cyclamen is a houseplant belonging to the family of primrose. Homeland - The Mediterranean coast of southern Europe. Cyclamen grows from fibrous round or flattened tubers. From the upper tuber…

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