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This compact modern design features beautiful fresh flowers in a stylish leaf-wrapped, glass cylinder vase. The design features roses, tulips, stock, alstroemeria, hydrangea, cymbidium orchid blooms and dusty miller! (12″ W x 12″ H)


The award-winning floral design team at Hoover-Fisher Florist created this stunning fresh flower bouquet. We call it “Inspiration”. This design is one of our best-selling flower arrangements. The design features stunning pink roses, purple tulips, lavender stock, pink alstroemeria, blue hydrangea, green cymbidium orchid blooms and dusty miller.

Product Details

Floral bouquet name: Inspiration

Flowers in the design: Premium Pink ‘Pink Mondial’ Roses, Purple ‘Negritta’ Tulips, Lavender ‘Double’ Stock, Pink ‘Dubai’ Alstroemeria, Blue ‘Select’ Hydrangea, Green Cymbidium Orchid Blooms, Dusty Miller ‘Broad Leaf’

Colors in the bouquet: Pink, Purple, Lavender, Blue, Green

Floral container: Clear 5” x 5” Cylinder with green leaf wrap

Country of origin for flowers: Ecuador, Canada, South America, Holland

Suggested use: Birthday, Anniversary, Get Well, New Baby

Recommended add-ons: Coblentz Assorted Chocolates, Milkhouse Candles, Fisher’s Popcorn, Teddy Bear, Mylar Balloons

Featured Flowers

Premium Pink ‘Pink Mondial’ Roses grown in Tabacundo, Ecuador are a symbol of love, but they also represent wealth and prosperity. Pink is a very feminine color, so it works well in floral arrangements that are meant to be light and airy. Because pink roses are so delicate, they’re often used as accents in mixed bouquets or as table centerpieces. Pink roses come from many different species of plants, but the most common sources for these flowers are Rosa damascena and Rosa centifolia. The former originates in Europe, while the latter grows in Central Asia.

Purple ‘Negritta’ Tulips grown in St. Catharines, Canada are a beautiful variety of tulip that is found in the wilds of southern Europe and parts of Asia. Their petals are a deep purple color, with a white base and an orange center. The flowers bloom in mid-winter, and their scent is so strong it can be smelled from up to ten feet away!

Lavender ‘Double’ Stock grown in South America.

Pink ‘Dubai’ Alstroemeria grown in Bogota, Columbia. The designers at Hoover-Fisher love lavender alstroemeria. Alstroemeria are also known as Peruvian lilies, a genus of flowering plants in the family Alstroemeriaceae. They are native to the Andes of South America, with one species extending north into Central America. The name comes from Swedish botanist Nils Alströmer (1753–1809), who was the first to describe the genus.

Blue ‘Select’ Hydrangea grown in La Ceja, Colombia.

Green Cymbidium Orchid Blooms grown in Holland. Green cymbidium orchids are large and showy and really make this bouquet pop. Cymbidiums are native to Southeast Asia and Australia.

Dusty Miller ‘Broad Leaf’ grown in South America. Dusty Miller is a perennial plant that is native to Europe and Asia. It has been cultivated in North America since the 1700s and has naturalized throughout the eastern United States.

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