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'Tis the Season: Protea Pink Ice October 20 2021

There is something about autumn that seems to always set things into motion. And… if fall was a protea, Pink Ice would be that protea. They are autumn to a 'T' and simply stunning! The goblet shaped bloom is surrounded by fuzzy silvery-pink bracts that overlap and a beautiful rose-colored central dome with a splash of wine at the tip.

Protea Pink Ice, Neriifolia x Susannae, is one of the hardiest and most abundant plants here on the farm! And… the blooms? They’re fabulous no matter how you arrange them. I love mixing them with a variety of other flowers like roses, dahlias, zinnias, etc. or simply arranged all on their own. Here are few design ideas that will hopefully stir your creativity and get you 'falling' for Pink Ice!

Read more: http://apassionforflowers.blogspot.com/2021/09/tis-season-protea-pink-ice.html


Improving Protea Life August 10 2017


We all want to enjoy our protea bouquets for as long as
possible! Follow these 10 steps to ensure a long vase life.

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Protea Wreath: Crafting and Care June 21 2017

Christmas trees and winter aren’t the only game in town when it comes to adding natural botanical decor to a home. As holiday wreaths go up, we love the idea of replacing the faux with fresh protea and greens. A bountiful protea wreath enhances festive décor and adds a sense of luxury and organic authenticity to a home. Our wreaths are carefully created using daily harvested, fresh-cut flowers and foliage to ensure longevity. But what can you do to help ensure the longevity of your wreath once you’ve placed it in that special place? Follow these simple steps.

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Want to learn more about Protea? November 08 2014

Keep up with the latest Protea news at our blog:
A Passion For Flowers.

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