Purple Roses, Baby Blue Hydrangea, White Stock, Purple Hyacinths


Wow her with this extra large and showy mix of beautiful blues and pinks. We call this design Tiffany. It is simply stunning!

Light Blue Hydrangea: These hydrangea are a beautiful, delicate shade of blue. They're often used in floral arrangements and bouquets because of their beauty and delicate nature. Blue hydrangea are typically grown on a shrub or bush that grows up to 6 feet tall in height. They have clusters of flowers that grow in groups, which makes them ideal for creating a full bouquet or arrangement. The flowers themselves resemble small white daisies with petals that are light blue in color with darker blue centers. The flowers can be arranged by themselves or used with other types of flowers to create unique combinations or arrangements.

Hyacinth: Hyacinths are beautiful spring flowers that come in a variety of colors and sizes. They're very fragrant! Hyacinths are known for their beautiful blooms, which can be as small as 1 inch or as large as 6 inches across. The flowers can be any shade from white to bright blue, but they all have the same basic shape: a bulbous base with four petals that grow out from the center. This makes them look like little bells—or chalices—depending on how you look at it.

Purple Roses: Purple roses are a unique, beautiful flower that can be difficult to grow. They are not a traditional type of rose, but they do have a rich history. These flowers come in many shades and variations, ranging from deep violet to light lavender. They can be used to symbolize love, friendship, or even royalty! The color of the flower comes from anthocyanin pigments, which are responsible for giving it its rich hue. The exact shade you get depends on what variety you choose and where you live—but all of them are stunning!

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DELIVERY: Every order is hand-delivered direct to the recipient. These items will be delivered by us locally, or a qualified retail local florist. Variations may occur in actual flower stems due to availability.