Dahlia flowers Dahlia is a kind of plant that blooms with splendid and luminous corollas, and enriches gardens and floral arrangements for cutting. Its origins are exotic: it was born in Mexico and was brought to Europe by Spanish conquistadors around 1600, however, even before reaching their destination, botanists from the old continent had made a case study, thanks to the descriptions of the explorers of the time .
Question: September White Flowers Hello everyone. I'm getting married in September (the 22nd) and I'd like advice on the flowers to choose. I would like white flowers, perhaps in a composition with green (I like ivy for example). What are the white flowers of September? The ceremony will be in a small stone church and lunch in a beautiful outdoor garden, so I would like something simple, pretty and natural.
Question: bulbs as wedding favors My daughter gets married in August and would like to offer bulbs instead of wedding favors: is it possible to buy them now and keep them until that date, or will they also be found in the summer? And how do you suggest packing them in a pretty way? Thanks for the help, Luciana The Extravagant Plant Kit by Plant Theater - 5 extraordinary vegetables to grow Price
Question: Pests of ivy geraniums Good morning, for some years now I have a problem with a strange parasite of ivy geraniums, that is a small hairy caterpillar that feeds on the buds during the day and at night it hides under the leaves but very often it penetrates the stems of the plant and inevitably causes its death.
Floral communication Given that messages and emotions are multiple, so too will the meanings of floral varieties, which differ according to the type, color and variety that distinguish them. The flowers have always been held in high regard over the centuries, thanks also to the metaphors and prose by poets and writers, who have widely and wisely inserted them into myths, legends, novels and folk tales.
"Title =" crepe paper flowers - crepe paper flowers "> crepe paper flowers The art of imitating flowers originates in China and India, although some testimonials of decorations made with colorful linen flowers date back to the ancient Egyptians In the Middle Ages garlands with paper flowers were created to decorate the altars of the churches.
The secret language of flowers A way of communicating the most hidden feelings so used in the past that numerous books and manuals have been published that, like real dictionaries, helped to orientate oneself in the floral language so as to identify the perfect flower for every occasion and mood.
The relationship between flowers, plants and the moon Most people, despite having a garden and love plants and flowers, underestimate the relationship between them and Luna, ignoring the scientifically proven fact that the bond that unites them is rather strong. The moon revolves around the earth in 29 days and, depending on its position, from the earth one can see all, or only a part, of its illumination by the sun.
The most floral aspect of marriage The most beautiful day, the most romantic moment of a whole life, the most intense moments in which a dream of love finally arrives at the moment of its crowning: marriage is this and much more, and to make sure that everything can be perfect and impeccable, as only in dreams it is possible to imagine, the decorations and floral compositions play a fundamental role in creating the princely atmosphere, like a royal wedding, which in the imaginary, above all feminine, makes everything incomparably enchanting and precious.
History of the flower Karl Linnaeus, a Swedish botanist and taxonomist, was the first to give his name to this beautiful flower, although the history of camellia in Europe started in England. Despite the unfavorable climate, it was cultivated in very large greenhouses. The first specimens arrived in this country in the 18th century, although it was a plant reserved for the court elite, given its very high cost.
Artificial flowers You can use the flowers to make really interesting furnishing accessories, such as baskets, centerpieces and candelabras, but also to decorate furniture and various objects, in addition of course for the classic art of weaving them together to form bouquets and splendid floral compositions of various type and coloring.
FLORAL WONDERS, HOW TO LIVING THE HOUSE IN A FEW STEPS Unlike real flowers, paper decorations last a long time and can be made at a minimal cost. Perfect for making use of everyone's creativity, paper flowers can also be created by children, creating splendid floral compositions that you can enrich with fresh fruit and flowers.
Setting up a flower field with the help of an expert Decorations combined with flowering drooping plants, green corners skillfully adorned with recycled objects covered with colorful and lively flowers, will be part of the plan that is emerging in the minds of those who want to realize this project perhaps difficult but not impractical.
"Title =" BLOOD ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS - ARRIVE ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS "> LAND ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS Who said that artificial flowers are not suitable for a modern environment? Well, some lovely flowers have once again made their triumphal entry into our homes. Practical, mouldable and above all permanent, the fake flowers are an inevitable part of the furnishing that knows how to make even the most formal of the rooms comfortable and familiar.
Flowers Women's Day Women's Day is celebrated as usual on 8 March, the date on which 129 workers from a textile factory in New York gave rise to a strike already in the previous days in protest to the disastrous and full of discomfort conditions in which they were forced to work.
Plant with pink flowers Depending on the size of the land we have available, whether it is a lawn or a city terrace, we can choose between numerous "pink solutions" that, to facilitate the reader's decision, we will distinguish in trees from stems, in shrubs of medium size and in small plants to keep anywhere.
Red rose flowers: origin and symbology Among the various uses of the red rose, in addition to the classic ornamental one, there are those that foresee the exploitation of the petals for homeopathic purposes, since they have effective sedative and astringent properties, but also to obtain delicate aromas from herbal medicine and perfumery, as well as food for the creation of sweets rather than liqueurs.