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Freesia Orange

This item is sold by the bunch.

10 stems per bunch.

1 to 4 bunches $26.18 per bunch
5 or more bunches $23.55 per bunch
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As soothing and captivating as the color of a sunset painting an evening sky, orange freesia will invigorate any arrangement with its vibrant hue. Each funnel-shaped bloom features shades of orange, yellow and even a touch of a deeper reddish-orange on the edges of the petals. As many as eight freesia blossoms form a loose cluster at the top of each stalk. Not only is this flower visually beautiful, its lovely citrus-like scent fills a room, making it a popular choice for many celebratory occasions, especially weddings.

Native to Africa, the freesia flower has come to symbolize thoughtfulness, innocence, sweetness, friendship and trust. Botanist Christian P. Ecklon gave these blooms their name in honor of his close friendship with fellow botanist and physician, Friedrich H.T. Freese. Freesias are widely used in a range of informal and formal floral displays, including bridal bouquets, centerpieces and boutonnieres. Available year round, these versatile flowers look as lovely when grouped with orange cockscomb, yellow calla lilies and sunflowers for an autumn celebration as they do with pink spray roses, light blue delphinium and lush greenery for springtime events. 

Size: 12"-16" in stem length

Vase Life: 5-7 days depending on environmental conditions

Availability: All year

Suggestions: Freesia blooms take a little longer to bloom and sometimes the multiple blooms do not bloom simultaneously. We recommend giving them a fresh cut as soon as you receive them, adding a small amount of flower food to warm water, and allowing them to rehydrate in indirect sunlight for a couple hours. After a few hours in sun, move Freesia stems to a cool environment and keep them in cool water until you are ready to use them for your DIY event! 


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