Hope Awaits in Every Flower

By Nikki Tilley | March 17, 2017
Image by Heather Rhoades
by Nikki Tilley
March 17, 2017

Most people love flowers, especially those of us that garden. But even though we enjoy these plants, sometimes what we like even better is something a little different. While bouquets of daffodils, lilies, daisies, etc. are great (and beautiful), it never hurts to be given a gift of flowers deemed more outside-the-box.

But does something like this even exist? Yes indeed! With a bouquet from Be My Rose, it’s more than possible to find, send and receive a gorgeous bouquet of flowers for a number of occasions that include plants unlike those most often found in common flower arrangements.

The great thing about their flowering plants is where and how they’re grown. Be My Rose flower farms are certified through Fairtrade, Rain forest Alliance and Flor Ecuador, and grown in rich volcanic soil using sustainable gardening practices – all pesticide free. You won’t find these flowers sitting around at the local florist shop. Nope, they’re all cut to order straight from the farm and delivered right to your door. And 10% of each purchase goes back into the community through various programs.

So if you know a gardener (or anyone) in need of a quick pick-me-up, or if you simply want some flowers for the home or office to fill the area with long-lasting appeal, there’s a nice selection of Be My Rose Bouquets to choose from. One great example I found exceptionally suitable for a dear friend was the Hope Awaits bouquet. Going through stressful periods is common for most folks at some point, and nothing quite says “I’m here for you” or “hope lies ahead” than this sentimental selection.

You won’t find those everyday flowers here. Instead, you’ll receive sprays of creamy white Chrysanthemum and Dianthus set off with bright, chartreuse Bupleurum, an interesting Chinese herb. And if this isn’t lovely enough, they’re accented with lively filler plants of dainty Gypsophila (baby’s breath) and stems of thick green Ruscus (butcher’s broom) leaves and Hypericum. Not done yet”¦all of these are further enhanced with the addition of an Echeveria succulent edged in soft pink. A succulent plant in a bouquet? Absolutely, and it actually pulls the whole thing together quite nicely.

Whichever bouquet you prefer, there’s sure to be one that says exactly what is needed to convey appropriate feelings. These plants not only express meaningful thoughts but will arrive fresh, wrapped in burlap – a nice, natural looking touch to an already natural looking bouquet. The flowers and accompanying plants are absolutely stunning, especially once relaxed, just as one would expect when cut straight from the garden.

The above article was written in exchange for free product from Be My Rose. The information contained in this article may contain links that lead to the advertiser’s website or products.




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