SUNRISE BASKET

$95.00

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The Sunrise Basket is one of our beautiful and vibrant mixture of flowers with the popular red Gerber Daisies including the red and green Anthuriums.

The Sunrise Basket with the Gerber flowers is part of the sunflower family. The Gerber daisy has almost 30 species in the wild. They are found in South America, Africa and parts of Asia. Gerber daisies have a large flower head with a bunch of buds in yellow, orange, white, pink or red colours. The head looks like a single flower but is actually made of hundreds of small flowers.

Gerber daisies are very popular to be used as a beautiful garden plant or as cut flowers. The different colours they come in are white, yellow, orange, red, or pink. The centre of the flower is sometimes black. Often the same flower can have petals of several different colours. One look at these beautiful daisies with their bold colors and it is easy to see why gardeners are interested with the Gerber flower.

Anthurium plant is usually cultivated for its attractive, long lasting flowers. This flower is also known as the Painted Tongue, Flamingo Flower or Tail Flower. Anthuriums are grown for their brightly colored flower cluster and their decorative leaves. This South American flower is one of the world’s most popular tropical plants.

The red, heart-shaped flower of Anthuriums is a waxy leaf spreading out from the base of a spike where the tiny flowers grow. The anthurium flowers appear as a texture on the spike as compared to a smooth spike. Most common colours of anthuriums are red. Anthuriums are grown for their attractive flowering leaf which are popular with the flower trade. With proper care the flower will blossom beautifully all year-round.

The Sunrise Basket would make a great centrepiece for your next Christmas or any other special occasion.

Free delivery to Christchurch Hospital, please call us to receive this discount.

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