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Деревянные розочки из веток (11)

Деревянные розочки из веток (11)

If you're going to be feminine and use flowers to represent you or your work, then its best to know what the flowers represent. Who you are and how you chose to present yourself, is important.

Meaningful flowers for your bouquet

If you're going to be feminine and use flowers to represent you or your work, then its best to know what the flowers represent. Who you are and how you chose to present yourself, is important.

Jordan: A tropical mix of Orange Birds of Paradise, Orange Pin Cushions, Red Anthurium complimented with Green Tropical Leaves in a tall black ceramic vase.

Jordan: A tropical mix of Orange Birds of Paradise, Orange Pin Cushions, Red Anthurium complimented with Green Tropical Leaves in a tall black ceramic vase.

Birds in Paradise...Give someone this exotic arrangement of Birds of Paradise with vibrant purple dendrobium orchids and lush greenery. Beneva Flowers - Sarasota,FL

Birds in Paradise...Give someone this exotic arrangement of Birds of Paradise with vibrant purple dendrobium orchids and lush greenery. Beneva Flowers - Sarasota,FL

Teleflora's Exotic Grace Save 25% on this bouquet and many others with coupon code TFMDAYOK1B2 Offer expires 05/14/2012.

Teleflora's Exotic Grace Save 25% on this bouquet and many others with coupon code TFMDAYOK1B2 Offer expires 05/14/2012.

"Lobster Claw" - 'Heliconia rostrata.' "Also known as the False Bird of Paradise and Wild Plantain, the Lobster Claw’s cheerful flowers emerge from clumps of leaves that look like bananas. The reddish flower-like bracts actually hide the plant’s true flowers, which require birds with specialized beaks for pollination. An excellent landscape plant, the Lobster Claw can grow up to a height of 3.5’ tall and they bloom several times each year."

"Lobster Claw" - 'Heliconia rostrata.' "Also known as the False Bird of Paradise and Wild Plantain, the Lobster Claw’s cheerful flowers emerge from clumps of leaves that look like bananas. The reddish flower-like bracts actually hide the plant’s true flowers, which require birds with specialized beaks for pollination. An excellent landscape plant, the Lobster Claw can grow up to a height of 3.5’ tall and they bloom several times each year."

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