Tropical bouquet with red ginger, anthurium, hypericum, loofah and aglaonema.
Who are we kidding – we’d rather be in Hawaii for the holidays than shoveling driveways. Enter Tropic Wonderland. This Bouq brings all the tropical vibes with red ginger, red anthurium, and you guessed it, red loofahs. Red-y for more? Santa will be saying surf’s up with the addition of red hypericum berries, aglaonema, and red cordyline. Flowers that feel like an island getaway? They’re at the top of our winter wishlist.
Pro Tip: Your flowers will arrive fresh in our recyclable Bouqs box and may still be in bud form. This maximizes their shelf life, so they’ll last as long as possible! Please allow 2-3 days for your new buds to open and reach full bloom.
Please Note: While we always try our best to match the bouquet pictured, we remain dedicated to fresh, high-quality flowers. Occasionally substitutions including color variation or supplemental flower type may occur to ensure you receive our farmers’ freshest possible selection.
Due to local restrictions, this Bouq cannot be delivered to Hawaii.
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Tropical flowers, as their name implies, flourish in warmer areas that are away from direct sunlight. Unlike non-exotic flowers, tropical flowers absorb water directly through their blooms as well, so misting them with water every other day is recommended! Mini fruits (if included) are not edible. Keep away from pets.Learn More
When the path of sunlight reaching your plant is not direct, or is filtered by something else (ex: sheer curtains).
Every 2-3 Days Full
Keep your vase filled with water. Water should be changed every 2 to 3 days.
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Farmer Maria and her 180 employees love growing flowers. They also love the rainforest. Part of their mission as a company is to actively protect the Amazon jungle. They conserve the native species that are in threat of extinction, and then grow those flowers commercially as well as put them into the bouquets they make, thus ensuring these rare flower varieties are conserved for future generations.
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