Birthday Flower Of The Month - Flowers By Arrangement Chicago - Composition Bouquet Garni.

BIRTHDAY FLOWER OF THE MONTH

STEPHANOTIS BOUQUETS : STEPHANOTIS


Stephanotis Bouquets : Planting Flower Pots



Stephanotis Bouquets





stephanotis bouquets






    stephanotis
  • A Madagascan climbing plant that is cultivated for its fragrant waxy white flowers

  • any of various evergreen climbing shrubs of the genus Stephanotis having fragrant waxy flowers

  • Stephanotis, is a genus of flowering plants. The name derives from the Greek 'stephanos' crown and 'otis' ear which refers to the arrangement of the stamens in the flower which (supposedly) are ear shaped.

  • Happiness in marriage, desire to travel.





    bouquets
  • (bouquet) an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present

  • (bouquet) a pleasingly sweet olfactory property

  • An expression of approval; a compliment

  • An attractively arranged bunch of flowers, esp. one presented as a gift or carried at a ceremony

  • (Bouquet (wine)) The use of wine tasting descriptors allow the taster an opportunity to put into words the aromas and flavors that they experience and can be used in assessing the overall quality of wine.

  • A characteristic scent, esp. that of a wine or perfume











stephanotis bouquets - Madagascar Jasmine




Madagascar Jasmine Plant - Stephanotis - Bridal Wreath


Madagascar Jasmine Plant - Stephanotis - Bridal Wreath



The Madagascar jasmine also known as Bridal Wreath is the most well known of about 13 species of the genus Stephanotis. Most representatives originate on Madagascar. The genus name Stephanotis has Greek origin, made up of two words; stephonos meaning crown and otos which is ear; a 'crown of ears' which it faintly resembles with the flower trumpet as a meatus surrounded by five "ears."
The Madagascar jasmine is widely cultivated for its lasting waxy white flowers and intense fragrance. The scent is strongly reminiscent of the true jasmine, Jasminum officinale, hence the common name. The Madagascar Jasmine thrives with bright but indirect lighting. A bright North or East window is perfect,or any indirect light window. Also, try to provide some humidity as this plant will do better then although this is not critical for the plant's survival. The Madagascar jasmine is a vine with twining growth habit so you need to provide a support for it. One important point to remember is to not move the plant when in bloom, not even twist it around in the window as then the buds may fall.
The flowers are oftened used in Wedding Bouquets
Temperature
The temperature should be moderate 60-85F (16-28C), preferable at the cooler end during the rest period. Even watering throughout the growth season, March - September, especially if your plant is in bud or bloom. Keep somewhat on the dry side during the rest period.

Feeding
Feed with a fertilizer suitable for tropical plants during growing season. I use a 20-20-20 fertilizer with excellent result.

Winter rest
Please note that if you want lots of flowers you need to give your Stephanotis a rest period during the winter months, October -February. Some of the longer, tender shoots might wither down during this time which is normal. The plant you will receive is similar to the one pictured, growing in a 5" pot. Twining around a 10" hoop.










89% (13)





rose-stephanotis-calla-bouquet




rose-stephanotis-calla-bouquet





Fresh floral, bridal and maid of honor bouquets in shades of pink, magenta, peach, orange, yellow, gold, cream, and white. The brides's bouquet contains roses, calla lilies, and stephanotis in the lighter palette (pinks, peaches, yellows, creams, and whites) while the maid of honor and bridesmaids bouquets contain roses, gerbera daisies, and a few stephanotis. Designed and created for a Michigan wedding client by Something Floral/Something Spectacular, located in Warren, MI.











Red Rose, Cymbidium Orchid and Stephanotis Wedding Bouquet




Red Rose, Cymbidium Orchid and Stephanotis Wedding Bouquet





Red roses, mini-cymbidium orchids, stephanotis









stephanotis bouquets








stephanotis bouquets




Madagascar Jasmine Plant - Stephanotis - Bridal Wreath






The Madagascar jasmine also known as Bridal Wreath is the most well known of about 13 species of the genus Stephanotis. Most representatives originate on Madagascar. The genus name Stephanotis has Greek origin, made up of two words; stephonos meaning crown and otos which is ear; a 'crown of ears' which it faintly resembles with the flower trumpet as a meatus surrounded by five "ears."
The Madagascar jasmine is widely cultivated for its lasting waxy white flowers and intense fragrance. The scent is strongly reminiscent of the true jasmine, Jasminum officinale, hence the common name. The Madagascar Jasmine thrives with bright but indirect lighting. A bright North or East window is perfect,or any indirect light window. Also, try to provide some humidity as this plant will do better then although this is not critical for the plant's survival. The Madagascar jasmine is a vine with twining growth habit so you need to provide a support for it. One important point to remember is to not move the plant when in bloom, not even twist it around in the window as then the buds may fall.
The flowers are oftened used in Wedding Bouquets
Temperature
The temperature should be moderate 60-85F (16-28C), preferable at the cooler end during the rest period. Even watering throughout the growth season, March - September, especially if your plant is in bud or bloom. Keep somewhat on the dry side during the rest period.

Feeding
Feed with a fertilizer suitable for tropical plants during growing season. I use a 20-20-20 fertilizer with excellent result.

Winter rest
Please note that if you want lots of flowers you need to give your Stephanotis a rest period during the winter months, October -February. Some of the longer, tender shoots might wither down during this time which is normal. The plant you will receive is similar to the one pictured, growing in a 5" pot. Twining around a 10" hoop.










See also:

bridal bouquets daisies

wedding hair flower

flowers for wedding reception

which of the following is true concerning flowering plants

flower pot candles

wellington flowers

wholesale flowers perth



  1. 12:27 |
  2. Category: None
  3. | Trackbacks:0
  4. | Comments:3

Comments

Comment is pending approval.

Comment is pending administrator's approval.
  1. 2017/04/04(火) 18:34:37 |
  2. |
  3. #
  4. [ Edit ]

Comment is pending approval.

Comment is pending administrator's approval.
  1. 2017/04/16(日) 03:06:03 |
  2. |
  3. #
  4. [ Edit ]

Comment is pending approval.

Comment is pending administrator's approval.
  1. 2017/05/10(水) 20:13:54 |
  2. |
  3. #
  4. [ Edit ]

Post a comment


Only the blog author may view the comment.

Trackbacks URL
http://birthdayflowerofuj.blog.fc2.com/tb.php/4-63a3bfda
Use trackback on this entry.