Tesselaar Alstroemeria is the grower of this awesome purple-colored alstroemeria Carline. This nursery grows 36 million stems per year in many different colors. As a florist color is very important. Tesselaar especially designed a color fan, which you can order here. Nicu Bocancea designs with alstroemeria Carline.
Alstroemeria Carline, Bold and Beautiful
Alstroemeria represents dedication and friendship, and it is particularly suited to classic arrangements. Alstroemerias are often used as ‘filler flowers’ together with roses and gerberas, but this flower is perfectly capable of playing the main role of an arrangement.
In this design, Nicu Bocancea chooses to work with alstroemeria Carline in separate short flowers only. The color purple is often associated with royalty, nobility, and luxury. Also with power, and ambition. Purple represents meanings of wealth, extravagance, and creativity. As well as wisdom, dignity, grandeur, devotion, peace, pride, mystery, independence, and magic. ... Bright purple hues suggest riches and royalty. So it's fair to say: "A royal cake of alstroemeria Carline."
The stalks of alstroemeria are very long and firm and have no side branches, which makes them perfect for use in larger arrangements, including funeral arrangements, and long-stemmed bouquets. A few of those long stems shine on this arrangement to emphasize the power of this flower on one hand and to bring some tension to this extravagant design on the other hand. Just enough.
Lily of the Incas
Alstroemeria, also called the ‘lily of the Incas’ because it originates in the Andes mountains, is available in a wide range of colors, and these days there are also varieties with serrated petals.
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