Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Language of flowers ~~ Lily mean's Good Breeding

After decoding the true meanings behind these blossoms, you’ll never look at a bouquet the same way again!~~  by Lucy Fitzgerald

Lilies are prized for their dramatic, often seductively scented blooms sitting atop stems as tall and slim as a showgirl’s legs.
Gloriosa lilies look exotic, but are actually easily grown at home. They make excellent, high-fashion cut flowers for bouquets and corsages. Cut them when they have almost opened all the way and split the ends of the main stems before putting them into a vase.
These Triumphator lilies—trumpet-shaped beauties—are the result of an Easter lily crossed with an Oriental lily.
There are well over 100 lily species. They grow wild all across the Northern Hemisphere and are so varied and complex (and through cross-hybridizing still ever expanding) that it is very difficult to organize and describe them. ~~ by  Dig.Drop.Done
Let's checking  Silk Flower Depot lily collection :
12" Casablanca Lily/Rose/Snowball Bouquet

29" Easter Lily Spray x1

29" Water-Resistant Lily Bush
35" Real Touch Casablanca Lily Spray w/2 Flw. & 1 Bud

24" Nerine Lily Bush x7

10"Hx12"Wx12"L Stargazer Lily in Vase

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