Tropical Flowers can Add Brilliant Color and Amazing Texture to Bouquets, Centerpieces and More! Use several Tropicals together or mix with other flowers, such as Roses, Callas or Craspedia, for a look all your own.
The Apple Green Anthurium appears more leaf like than most flowers, but it’s large, glossy head makes quite an impact, and it’s granny smith apple color makes it look almost good enough to eat! The Crocosmia Flower is a beautiful orange and yellow tropical flower with subtle hues of peach. Their tall stems carry an average of 4 to 20 blooms, which tend to bloom on the bottom and remain more closed toward the top.
The Yellow Pin Cushion Protea gets its name from the bloom because it looks like a pin cushion stuck full of pins and is perched atop a tall, leafy stem. It is about 2-3 inches wide and is great for adding texture to bouquets and arrangements. The King Protea has the largest flower head of the species. Spiky pink petals surround a white fuzzy center giving it a regal look; from the side it looks like a crown. To learn more about Protea, check out my post, Flower Spotlight: Protea.
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