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Freesia
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greenduck

The tuberous freesia was ‘discovered’ in South Africa, where it was called ‘Cape lily-of-the-valley’.

Roses
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greenduck

Meet the Queen of Flowers: the rose. The majestic rose derives this title from its worldwide popularity as the prettiest girl in the class. So whoever and wherever you are, roses are always welcome.

Playing with the relationship of contrasts
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The first Idea of Springtime in the Contrast "wooden : herbaceous"
Lern something about one of the most important principles of design for creating target-orientedly with contrasts.

Tulip
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greenduck

This quintessentially Dutch flower actually originates from Iran, Afghanistan and Kazakhstan. When it arrived in the Low Countries, the tulip was enthusiastically embraced and tulip bulbs were even worth as much as an Amsterdam canal side house. Nowadays a big bunch of tulips is very affordable and brings us with it a healthy dose of spring fever.

Hand-tied bouquet for winter time
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Winter poetry
A romantic wintry bouquet with a more than 100 years old rose variety

Winterly outdoor floristry
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Decorative Arts and Crafts for Frosty Days
The flowering Amaryllis seems already to be stretching her hands out to the coming spring.

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