The peony announces the summer
With a bouquet of peonies you do everything right. You can place the gorgeous flowers everywhere, because they are the eye-catcher in the merry month of May. But not only that, with the peony season we also start the summer months.
With their different colors, peonies bring good mood and make eyes shine. Especially among flower lovers, this flower is very popular. What are you waiting for? Give a peony bouquet now and make your loved ones happy!
Our top 3 peony bouquets
Of course, we offer you a wide selection of peonies. We can understand that it is not so easy to make a decision. For this reason, we'll tell you our favorite peony bouquets.
1. Pink peonies
You want to order peonies? How about a mono bouquet of peonies only? Then we definitely recommend our pink peonies. We are sure that our pink peonies with their plump blossoms will quickly melt the heart of your beloved.
2. Peony bouquet Emma
Playful and simple, this is our peony bouquet Emma. Made from a combination of white peonies, delicate chamomile and blue thistles, our Emma brings summer into your home. Plus, it's also wonderful to give to your loved ones as a small gift.
3. Pink flower dream bouquet
Do you prefer mixed bouquets to mono bouquets? Then we have a wonderful bouquet for you that includes peonies - our Pink Flower Dream bouquet. Consisting of pink peonies, gaudy gerberas, santini and lisianthus, this bouquet is a real feast for the eyes.
Caring for peonies
Beautiful peonies need a little care to ensure you get the most out of your peony bouquet for as long as possible. Here are our tips to help the double blooms reach their full glory:
- Cut the stems of the peonies at an angle with a sharp, clean knife.
- Remove as many leaves from the stem as possible so they don't hang in the water or rob your flowers of strength.
- Peonies prefer a lower room temperature in view.
- Change the water in your peony bouquet regularly.
- Remove faded blooms from the bouquet so that the other blooms can still shine powerfully.
A little tip: If your peonies are having trouble starting to bloom, you can hold them upside down under a gentle stream of water. This will help to remove the adhesive layer on the flower, so that your peonies can fully develop.