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Gracious Lavender Basket


A lovely sympathy flower bouquet.


Soothing lavender, respectful purple and compassionate pinks are combined beautifully in this basket overflowing with pretty flowers, sincerity and sympathy.  A lovely way to share your thoughts and pay tribute to someone special. (24″ W x 28″ H). This sympathy design features roses, carnations, larkspur, matsumoto and monte cassino asters and more.


Carnations: are beautiful, bold, and versatile. They come in a wide range of colors and shapes that can be used for many different occasions. They are also known as “dianthus,” but this name is typically only used when talking about the wildflower variety of carnation. The most common type of carnation is the garden variety, which has a longer vase life than wildflowers and is more often used in bouquets or arrangements.

Carnations are great at adding color and texture to any sympathy arrangement. They come in all sorts of different shades, so you can find one that goes with any color scheme you’re trying to match. They also have an elegant shape that complements many other flowers without being too flashy or showy on its own—it looks good when paired with other flowers or used as part of an arrangement on its own.

Matsumoto Asters: are a type of aster that is known for its bright, bold colors and unique shape. This flower is native to Japan, but it has been grown in other areas as well. Matsumoto Asters are known for their intense color and unique shape, which make them stand out among other flowers.

Matsumoto Asters differ from other species of asters because they grow more upright than other types of Asterella. They also grow larger than most other species of asters, with some reaching heights up to six feet tall. The color of the petals is also different from most other types of Asterella; they tend to be bolder and brighter in color than other species.

Monte Cassino Asters: are a type of flower that has been around for centuries. They are also known as Black Hills Asters, or just plain Asters—a name that is given to many different types of flowers, including Asteraceae (sunflower) and Chrysanthemum (mums). Monte Cassino Asters differ from other flowers in several ways. First of all, they are native to the United States. They grow wild in the Black Hills region of South Dakota. Because they grow so far from other areas where flowers are common, they tend to be more rare than other types of flowers and can be difficult to find in stores or online.

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