every Season - Spring
The days are already getting longer. For many people, the time to clean up and bring fresh flowers into the house. Alstroemerias, of course, because they make radiant spring bouquets.
Vary with the Alstroemeria
Showing something different all the time as a florist keeps it attractive for consumers to buy flowers. With our Alstroemerias you can vary a lot. They are always available in a suitable color and also combine well with other flowers of the season.
Tips & ideas
- Process the Alstroemerias when one or a few flower buds have already burst, this will add color to your bouquet and at home with the consumer the other buds will open one by one.
- Fancy something other than a bouquet? Opt for a collection of glass vases, each containing one flower.
- Also, let a bunch bloom completely open on the counter. Customers can see for themselves how colorful Alstroemerias are: a party in the vase!
Busy in our greenhouses
In fact, a young Alstroemeria plant grows best when we plant "with the light," which is why most are planted in February and March. After planting young crop, it takes about eight to 12 weeks before we can harvest the first branches. Fortunately, we have not replaced all our crops and can continue to supply plenty of Alstroemerias in the meantime. Curious about the entire Alstroemeria growing process?
Fresh start to spring
White Alstroemerias have a naturally fresh appearance. Of particular note is the hint of spring green in the white petals. That fresh green is further enhanced by the light green color of the leaves. That makes these flowers perfect for spring bouquets. In the vase, all the buds open fully, bringing the bouquet to life. True spring!
Still want some color in your bouquet? Alstroemerias in soft pastels also do well at this time of year. Alstroemerias in pastel shades complete a romantic bouquet, but are also very suitable for a wreath or in a bridal bouquet.