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This item is sold by the bunch.

10 stems per bunch.

* 7 Day Advance Purchase Required *
Earliest delivery is Oct 26.

1 or more bunches $29.75 per bunch
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If you’re searching for a luxuriously fragrant flower that’ll fill your venue with its rich scent, the tuberose will definitely be a nose-pleaser. Releasing a sweet, exotic and complex floral aroma, the tuberose is frequently used in the manufacturing of many prestigious perfumes. It’s also frequently found in Hawaiian leis. Although rose is in its name, the tuberose isn’t related to the popular flower. Native to Mexico, it’s part of the Asparagaceae family and is related to the agave plant. In addition to Mexico, it’s also cultivated in France, Hawaii, North and South Africa, India and China. Featuring tall flower spikes with numerous tubular blooms, tuberose gets its name from the Greek word that means “many flowers.” Aside from its rich scent and lovely white blooms, what truly makes the tuberose so enchanting is the fact that it blooms at night.

The tuberose grows in elongated spikes up to 18 inches long that produce clusters of fragrant waxy white flowers that bloom from the bottom towards the top of the spike. It has long, bright green leaves clustered at the base of the plant and smaller, clasping leaves along the stem. Punctuate any bouquet, centerpiece or arrangement with this fragrant flower. Highly versatile, it looks as lovely in a rustic design of wildflowers as it does in an elegant all-white palette of peonies, spray roses, orchids and hydrangeas. 

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