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A heavenly bouquet of sweet avalanche roses, antique carnations, delicate alstroemeria & soft pink sugar flair hypericum berries. Let Secret Garden whisk you away to an enchanted garden full of vintage tones and rustic stems.
floral specialist appleyard london
"The soft pink pastels of the roses and alstroemeria, and delicate white frills of the phlox give this bouquet its feminine charm, whilst the unusual textures and colours of the antique carnations bring vintage glamour to this arrangement."
Sweet Avalanche Roses, Antique Carnation, Pink Alstroemeria, White Phlox, Sugar Flair Hypericum Berries, Hard Ruscus and Green Bell
Sweet Avalanche Roses
Delicately coloured roses with a subtle blush hue. Pink roses traditionally symbolise admiration and appreciation.
Textured, two toned carnations in deep pink and champagne for a touch of vintage glamour. A long lasting bloom symbolising gratitude and love.
Soft pastel pink flowers resembling miniature lilies. Alstroemeria symbolise friendship and devotion.
Delicate lacey white blooms with a beautiful fragrance. Phlox signify love, sweet dreams, and unity.
When your bouquet arrives, trim all stems by 2-3cm and remove any discoloured guard petals from the roses. Remove any foliage that will fall beneath the waterline and place your bouquet in a vase with deep water and our flower food.
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This beautifully rustic bouquet is perfect for bringing a touch of vintage charm into your home as summer fades into autumn.It’s versatile and suitable for a variety of occasions - it’s wonderfully romantic for anniversaries, but could also be used to celebrate a new baby, or as a birthday gift for your vintage obsessed friends. August July June
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