Romantic flower of the month: Orchids

Orchids - Romantic Flower

Like the rose, the orchid is celebrated across many cultures, and is a delicate yet striking flower. This exotic flower is often viewed to represent love, luxury and beauty and can be given as a potted plant or as cut stems, depending on the occasion. If you don’t think roses are going to make the grade this Valentine’s, the orchid will be sure to make an impact.

Choose from the numerous orchid species that host a variety of colours, shapes and sizes ranging from the Phalenopsis; the most popular choice due it’s neutral colours and luxurious appearance to the Vanda; vivid blues, purples and pinks with tessellated or spotted patterns.

Orchids - Romantic Flower

Choose from the numerous orchid species that host a variety of colours, shapes and sizes ranging from the Phalenopsis; the most popular choice due it’s neutral colours and luxurious appearance to the Vanda; vivid blues, purples and pinks with tessellated or spotted patterns.

Did you know…?

Kew Gardens hosts an orchid festival annually showcasing over 4,000 of the flowers. In 2017, the 22nd event was inspired by India’s lively colours and culture.

Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for our next blog post on the 12 Most Romantic Flowers! If you missed January’s blog on Gardenias, find it here!

If our blog has inspired you to propose using one of the flowers mentioned, get in touch with us so that we can help you organise the perfect proposal!

All the thanks in the world to the fabulous Paul Furness for his suggestions. If you love flowers, or enjoyed this post – make sure to check him out! He creates stunning bouquets perfect for every occasion!

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