How to arrange: Dancing Fairies
Magical and mysterious, this arrangement is packed with intriguing stems – with fairy-like nerine dancing through a pittosporum forest.
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Watch Freddie’s video below to find out more about this fairy-like flower.
Anigozanthos – This extraordinary flower has the nickname kangaroo paw. And when you look at it you can quickly see why! Velvety red to look at, its paw-like stem opens up into star-shaped green flowers.
Alstroemeria – Also known as the Peruvian Lily or Lily of the Incas, as it originates from South America and can often be found on temple ruins. It is symbolic of wealth, prosperity, fortune and friendship and is known as the friendship flower, due to the fact that it lasts for ages (rather like a good friendship).
Pittosporum – Grown especially for us by our friend, James, in Ireland. This foliage is a wonderful filler with its lush green crinkly leaves. It’ll bring a lovely wild look to your arrangement making the other flowers pop!