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Flowers in your home, 7 reasons why you want flowers in your home.

Flowers not only bring beauty and color to your home, but they also have many other benefits. Here are seven reasons why you always want to have flowers in your home:

  1. Natural mood setter: A beautiful bouquet of flowers is a quick and easy way to create a warm and inviting atmosphere in any room of your home. Whether it’s a colorful arrangement on the dining table or a simple bouquet on the sideboard, flowers add a touch of natural beauty to your interior.
  2. Refreshes the air: Flowers can not only freshen the air in your home with their natural scent, but some flowers , such as lilies and lavender, are also known to purify the air and provide a healthier living environment.
  3. Mood enhancer: Flowers have the ability to improve our mood and make us happier. Research has shown that seeing flowers can have a positive effect on our mood and reduce stress.
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  4. Improves concentration: Having flowers in your home can also help improve concentration and increase productivity. Seeing flowers can help us focus better on our tasks and give us more energy to get to work.
  5. Energizes: Flowers not only energize the room they are placed in, but they can also boost our mood and give us a feeling of vitality and Flowers in your home 2.0
  6. Stimulates creativity: Having flowers in your home can stimulate creativity and provide inspiration for art and DIY projects. The colors, shapes and textures of flowers can inspire us to come up with new ideas and explore our artistic side.
  7. Makes special moments even more special: Whether you are celebrating a birthday, commemorating an anniversary or simply want to surprise a loved one, flowers are always a suitable and meaningful gift. Giving flowers can make special moments even more special and create memories that will last a Flowers in your home 3.0
    In short, flowers are not only beautiful to look at, but they also have many other benefits that can improve your home and your mood. improve. So what are you waiting for? Order a beautiful bouquet of flowers today and have your flowers delivered by If you order before 2:00 PM on workdays, we will deliver the same day.

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Spring is back, our top 5 Typical Cut Flowers for Spring

Spring is the season of renewal, nature awakens and flowers bloom. If you are looking for a beautiful spring bouquet to brighten up your home or as a gift, here are five typical cut flowers that fit perfectly with the cheerful season of spring.

1. Tulip

The tulip, a symbol of the Netherlands and one of the world’s most recognizable flowers, available in all kinds of colors and shapes, single, double, crispa, or parrot flowered. Tulips are available in a wide range of colors, ranging from bright red to soft pink and from radiant yellow to deep purple. During spring, tulips bloom in abundance, making them available in abundance, a perfect flower for your spring bouquet that adds a touch of cheerfulness and color to any room.

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2. Daffodil

The daffodil, with its bright and cheerful yellow flowers, announces the arrival of spring with its cheerful appearance. The Daffodil symbolizes new life and renewal, making it a fitting choice for the spring season. In addition to the classic yellow flower type, daffodils with white, orange and pink flowers are also available. The Daffodil is very nice to combine with spring tasks and blossoms.

3. Hyacinth

The hyacinth is a fragrant spring flower known for its intense and intoxicating aroma. Available in a variety of colors including white, pink, purple and blue, this flower adds not only color but also a wonderful scent to any room. Hyacinths look nice alone in a small vase, combined with other flowers in a short bouquet they create a fragrant and colorful mix.

4. Anemone

The anemone is a delicate and elegant flower that blooms in spring and comes in a variety of colors including white, pink, purple and red. This flower has striking dark stamens in the center, which creates an interesting contrast with the soft petals. Anemones add a touch of refinement to spring bouquets, but also as a mono bunch in a small vase on the table.

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5. Freesia

The Freesia is a fragrant and graceful flower known for its wonderful aroma and unique flower shape. This flower is available in a wide range of colors ranging from white and yellow to pink, red and purple, making it a versatile choice for spring bouquets, Freesias not only add color and fragrance to bouquets, but they also stay fresh for a long time, the Freesia should therefore not be missing from this top 5

Are you looking for a beautiful spring bouquet to have delivered to a friend, family or colleague, we are happy to help you! Did you know that you can often order until 3:00 PM on working days for same-day delivery?

The Top 5 Affordable Valentine’s Day Gifts That Guarantee a Smile!

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and that means it’s time to show your loved ones how much they mean to you. February 14th is that time again, now is the time to start looking for the perfect gift, although this can sometimes be a challenge, especially if you are looking for something affordable that still feels special. Luckily, you don’t have to worry, because I’ve put together a list of the top 5 affordable Valentine’s Day gifts that are guaranteed to put a smile on your loved one’s face!

1. A Beautiful Bouquet of Flowers

Flowers are always a classic when it comes to expressing love and affection. A colorful bouquet of your partner’s favorite flowers is sure to warm their heart. Whether you choose romantic roses, you are certainly in the right place! And how about cheerful tulips with hearts? A romantic spring book is also a great option. Here you will find the most beautiful Valentine bouquets

2. A Floating Helium Balloon

Give your love message an extra dimension with a floating helium balloon. Choose a balloon in the shape of a heart or with a loving message to convey your feelings in a playful and unique way. Helium balloons are available in various sizes, with all kinds of texts, composed as a bouquet of 3 balloons or air filled on a base. Valentine balloons from € 12.50

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3. A Heavenly Chocolate Surprise

Chocolate is always a welcome treat, especially on Valentine’s Day. Choose a nicely packaged box with delicious Tony Chocolonely in different flavors to surprise your partner. A chocolate gift is sure to satisfy your loved one’s sweet tooth. Affordable chocolate gifts

4. A Sparkling Bottle of Bubbles

Toast your love with a sparkling bottle of bubbly. Whether it’s champagne, prosecco or sparkling wine, a bottle of bubbly will add a touch of glamor to your Valentine’s Day. Your Valentine will certainly be pleasantly surprised with a delicious bottle of rosé champagne in a Valentine’s Day themed packaging, with an inscription such as Say Yes to love or I love you. Enjoy the vibrant bubbles together as you make memories and toast to many more years together. Delicious bubbles for Valentine’s Day

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5. A Loving Cuddly Bear

A fluffy teddy bear is a timeless gift that will always put a smile on your loved one’s face. Choose a bear in your partner’s favorite color and add a personal touch with a loving message. Nice cuddly toys for Valentine’s Day

With these top 5 affordable Valentine’s Day gifts, you can express your love in a special way without burdening your wallet. Whether you choose a beautiful bouquet of flowers, a floating helium balloon, a heavenly chocolate surprise, a sparkling bottle of bubbly or a loving teddy bear, you are sure to win the hearts of your loved ones this Valentine’s Day!

Valentines Day flowers: A romantic surprise for your secret love

There is a hint of love in the air, and Cupid’s day is just around the corner. Valentine’s Day February 14, the day of romance and affection, is the perfect time to surprise your secret love with an enchanting bouquet of flowers.

Flowers convey emotion, so by choosing the right bouquet you can convey your love to the recipient. We have listed some suggestions for the most enchanting flowers, which you can use when choosing to surprise your secret love on Valentine’s Day.

Romantic Roses: A Timeless Expression of Love

Red roses, the symbol of love. Roses can convey your song’s message and leave a stunning impression on the recipient. Whether you choose a classic bouquet of red roses or a mix of different colors, roses are the embodiment of romance on Valentine’s Day.

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Enchanting Lilies: For Silent Admiration

Let lilies spread their magic and add a touch of mystery to your surprise. With their elegant appearance and intoxicating scent, lilies are perfect for expressing a secret admiration. Send a bouquet containing lilies to catch attention.

Charming Carnations: A Symbolism of Secret Love

Carnations, with their subtle beauty, often carry the meaning of secret love. Choose soft shades such as pink or lilac to create a romantic and secret atmosphere. Carnations are a perfect choice for those who want to express their affection in a subtle way.

Garden of Flowers: A Surprising Mix

Create a bouquet like a garden, full of different flowers that together form a harmonious whole. Think of flowers such as ranunculus, tulips, and violets. This surprising mix of flowers and scents radiates romance and shows that love can blossom in many different forms.

Valentine’s Surprise

Whether it is a bouquet of Valentine’s Day flowers, a balloon or a bottle of champagne, the Valentine’s surprise is the best gift you can give to your secret love. It is not without reason that you send your gift anonymously on Valentines Day, let your gift speak and spark romance on this special day.

Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love, whether it be openly or secretly. With a carefully chosen bouquet of flowers you can let romance flourish and let your secret love know that they are special.

Order for Valentine’s Day

Be there on time! It is one of the busiest days of the year, and of course you can also order on Valentine’s Day. But be smart and don’t be late, then the choice is still huge, and you can choose the perfect bouquet for your Valentine. Find your Valentine gift here

Make your own Christmas piece

Make your own Christmas piece. There’s nothing as nice as a bit of December atmosphere at home! With the holidays approaching, it’s time to think about the nicest decorations. In addition to a beautiful tree, wreath or lighting, a festive Christmas arrangement should not be missing. The best thing about a Christmas piece? You can easily make it yourself. Beautiful for your own living room, but also great to give as a gift! In this blog you will find out how to make a Christmas piece step by step.

What do you need to make your own Christmas piece?

To get started, you need a good base with which to make your Christmas piece. Buy green oasis (this is a kind of foam) or clay for this. It is also useful to have iron wire, a knife and a pair of cord scissors ready. And for the Christmas piece itself? You can use anything for that. Choose some beautiful branches from your garden or go looking in the forest. Use Christmas baubles, pine cones, garlands or other Christmas decorations. Also consider including a candle in your Christmas decoration. Of course you can also go to the garden center for the most beautiful materials.

Ideas for your Christmas piece

What your Christmas piece will look like is entirely up to you. Let your creativity run wild! Are you looking for some inspiration? Then think about the shape of your Christmas piece. For example, make a Christmas arrangement on a platter, fill a wicker basket with your most beautiful Christmas material, or use a vase as a base for your Christmas arrangement. Or go for terracotta pots or a Christmas garland. And how about a Christmas piece in the shape of a wreath?

Step by step how to make your own Christmas piece

Your materials are ready and you are bursting with ideas. Time to get started! How do you make your own Christmas piece?

Soak the oasis in water for at least an hour. When the green foam is thoroughly wet, you can start. Of course it is also possible to make your Christmas piece with clay.
Cut the foam or clay to the correct size for the shape you have chosen. This base should extend one or two centimeters above your shape.
Do you opt for a low piece? Then start with the sides. For a high piece, start with the back.

Cut the branches diagonally so that you can easily insert them into the foam or clay. Another advantage is that the branches absorb water better, so your Christmas arrangement stays beautiful for longer.
If you also use a candle in your piece, insert it after the first branches. Keep it safe and make sure the lit candle doesn’t come into contact with the rest of your Christmas arrangement.
Now let’s get started with the rest of the Christmas piece. Continue working from the outside in for a low piece, or from back to front for a high piece.

Make sure that all your material is clearly visible.
Done with the branches? Then it’s time for the decorations. Choose a nice spot for your Christmas baubles, pine cones or other extras. Would you prefer a quieter Christmas piece? Then leave out the extra decoration.
Now just the finishing touches. Fill every spot that is still empty with, for example, a little moss or a few beautiful berries. This is how you complete your unique Christmas piece!

Would you rather have a Christmas piece delivered? At you have a wide choice and can easily have flowers delivered to any address in the Netherlands. Choose the date and part of the day that suits you best and before you know it we will be on your doorstep. This is how you will get through the dark months!

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Making a Christmas wreath

If you also want to put the Christmas spirit in your house, making a Christmas wreath is easy to make! In this blog we explain how you can quickly and easily making a Christmas wreath.
Start with the base, you can tie it yourself with green. But you can also buy an attached wreath, which often does not make much difference in cost. We give you tips on how to build a wreath from the ground up and then decorate it. If you start with a tied wreath, you can skip the first part about tying the basic wreath.

What materials do you need for making a Christmas wreath.

For the base of your Christmas wreath

  • Straw or iron base
  • Spool of Wikeldaad
  • Christmas green, nobilis, various conifers and possibly moss

For decorating your Christmas wreath

  • Pine cones
  • Dried fruit
  • Christmas balls
  • Ribbon
  • Lights
  • Other Christmas decorations (can be anything you like to put on them)
  • Cinnamon stick and/or anise stars

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Step 1: The base of your Christmas wreath

It is easiest to use a straw wreath as a basis, these are available in different sizes and already have some volume. This means you have to use less Christmas greenery. If you use an iron ring, you must first fill it up and give it volume.

  • Cut your greenery into branches of about 10 cm
  • Tie your wrapping wire to the wreath

Now start tying by placing the sprigs of Christmas greenery on the wreath in one direction (it doesn’t matter whether you tie clockwise or counterclockwise).
Every time you have placed some twigs on the surface, secure them by wrapping the wire around the wreath, pull the wire tight but not too tight. If you pull the wire too tight, you will not get any volume in your wreath. Repeat this until you have completed the Christmas greenery.

Step 2.1: Decorating it as a hanging Christmas wreath

If you are sure that you are going to hang the wreath, you can take this into account when decorating. If you are going to hang the wreath on a ribbon, start by attaching the ribbon.
You can also take this into account when dividing the decorations, it can look nice if you attach some decoration to the bottom of the wreath. For example, a few large Christmas baubles on a ribbon, a Christmas bell or Santa Claus, simply divide the other decorations over the wreath. If you want peace in the wreath, make groups with decorations. If the wreath is a bit messier, divide the decorations randomly over the wreath.

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Step 2.2: Decorate as a horizontal Christmas wreath

If you are going to place the wreath on a table or cupboard, take the placement of your decoration into account. If you place the wreath on a tray because you want to place a lantern or a large candle in it, make sure that there are no large decorations on the inside of the wreath. These can get in the way when placing the wind light or candle. Furthermore, you divide the decorations as you want, randomly or in groups. If you want to make the wreath as an Advent wreath, start with the four candle holders and distribute them parallel over the wreath.

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Buy a Christmas wreath

If you don’t have the time or desire to making a Christmas wreath yourself, take a look at our Christmas page . Maybe you will find a beautiful wreath, Christmas arrangement or Christmas bouquet there that you can put on your table.
We deliver 6 days a week and on the same day, for same-day delivery you must order on time.

Mourning and the symbolism of a flower

How to choose suitable flowers for a funeral

Sometimes Sympathy bouquet tell you what you cannot say yourself. At a funeral, for example, or during another moment surrounding the death of someone you love.
But which flowers do you choose? There are no strict rules, what is most important is that it feels good.
Maybe they express a memory, or you choose the deceased’s favorite flower or color.
Also special: make a choice based on symbolism. Below we show you what you say with which flower.

Also consider a so-called condolence or consolation bouquet to let the relatives know that you are thinking of them!


The Alstroemeria symbolizes a long-lasting friendship. A nice choice when putting together a funeral bouquet for a good friend.
All six petals of the alstroemeria represent a valuable characteristic; understanding, humor, patience, compassion, decisiveness and respect.
You can choose which leaf represents which meaning.


The exotic alstroemeria is also called inca lily. It is a reference to its natural habitat: the cool mountains of the Andes in Chile, Brazil and Peru.
The flower was discovered there in the eighteenth century by the Swedish researcher Clas Alströmer.
It was he who gave the flower its current name.

Deliver flowers or gifts

Since 1991, deBloemist has been a specialist in flower delivery, both nationally and internationally.
deBloemist offers you a wide choice of bouquets and flower arrangements that you can order.
A suitable gift for every occasion, for example, have a fruit basket delivered as a get well wish, or choose one of our other gifts such as champagne, cuddly toys, balloons or wine.

Making an autumn wreath, what do I need?

  • Wreath of straw or willow twigs
  • Wrapping wire (to secure the materials)
  • Glue gun (always easy to glue dried flowers and berries)
  • Autumn flowers and berries such as Physalis, Hydrangea, Rosehips, etc.
  • Autumn material and leaves such as oak leaves, small pumpkins, acorns and chestnut.
  • A rope or hook to hang the wreath.

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Many fall flowers retain their beauty when they dry, allowing you to enjoy your wreath for a long time. You can also choose to only use dried materials for your wreath. Our tip: be creative and turn your wreath into a personal work of art. You can also use flowers and materials from your own garden, choose your own style: modest or extravagant. The choice is yours!

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Make an autumn wreath in steps

  • First place your materials loose on the surface (wreath) to determine the composition, so you can distribute the right materials.
  • Cut the materials to size if necessary.
  • If you are completely satisfied, arrange the materials on the outside of the wreath in the order of your composition.
  • Start gluing and binding your fall materials now (Always work in one direction! clockwise or counterclockwise.)
  • Fill the spaces with small materials such as pumpkins, nuts and berries
  • Once you’re all the way around, your wreath is ready, you can now attach the hook or string.
  • Hang the wreath in a dry place that is clearly visible. Enjoy!

Tip: Making an autumn wreath can be compared to painting: various textures and colors come together to form a harmonious whole.
If you don’t have a suitable place to hang the wreath, you can also place it on a table or a low cupboard; a lantern with a candle in the middle will add even more atmosphere.

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Why do we put flowers on the grave?

In many places in the world it is a tradition to place flowers on the grave. To have different meanings and purposes depending on culture, personal belief or religion. We have listed a number of reasons:

1: Reverence and respect:

Placing flowers on the grave as a way of showing respect and reverence to the deceased. Flowers are considered a symbol of beauty and tenderness, by placing flowers on the grave you show love and appreciation for the deceased.

2: Commemoration:

Flowers can serve as a tangible reminder of the deceased. They can help recall positive memories and events. These memories are important in remembering and processing grief.

3: Comfort:

For many people, flowers have a calming and comforting effect. Seeing colorful flowers on the grave can bring a sense of peace and serenity in the midst of grief. Placing flowers can therefore provide comfort to the surviving relative and help with the coping process.

4: Symbolism:

Different flowers have different symbolic meanings, and you can also choose to place the deceased’s favorite flower on the grave. Some examples of symbolic meanings, lilies are often associated with purity, roses with love and respect, and chrysanthemums with mourning. By choosing specific flowers, people can convey certain emotions and meanings.

5: Connection with nature:

Flowers are part of nature and are often associated with the life cycle. Placing flowers on the grave can represent a sense of connection with nature and the progression of life.

6: Expression of emotion:

Sometimes words can seem inadequate to express grief and sorrow. Flowers can act as a way to express emotions that are difficult to put into words. Placing the deceased’s favorite flower or a flower with a clear meaning can sometimes say more than words.

7: Tradition and ritual:

Placing flowers on graves is an ancient tradition followed in many cultures. It is often part of religious rituals and funeral customs intended to show respect for the deceased and support the family. In many countries, All Souls’ Day is the day on which Catholics commemorate the deceased. All Souls’ Day is on November 2, the day after All Saints’ Day.

8: Gathering and sharing:

Placing flowers on the grave can also be a communal activity that brings people together to share their grief and offer support to each other. Consider, for example, the date of birth or death of the deceased. In general, laying flowers on a grave can be a way to express feelings of loss, love and respect, and to connect with the memory of the deceased.

All Saints Day explained:

is the celebration of all known and unknown saints. In the year 731, November 1 was designated as a day of remembrance for saints of the Church who did not have their own day. The date of November 1, recognized by the Catholic and Protestant churches, was established by Pope Gregory III (731-741), when he assigned a chapel to all the martyrs in St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome and ordered an annual celebration. The Eastern Orthodox Church celebrates it on the first Sunday after Pentecost.

In many cultures, All Saints’ Day is followed by All Souls’ Day, which is a day of national mourning for all the people we miss. The most common thing is for families to get together and leave flowers at the burial site of their loved one. Since November 1 takes place in a colder time of year, the most popular flower is the Chrysanthemum, both as a cut flower and in a pot.

How it is celebrated around the world:
In France, All Saints’ Day is called “Toussaint” and is a recognized public holiday. Every year on November 1, approximately 25 million pot chrysanthemums are placed at French cemeteries. The cemeteries are therefore full of color.

In Poland, All Saints’ Day is also celebrated on November 1 and is called Wszystkich Swietych. After All Saints’ Day, All Souls’ Day (Zaduski) is celebrated. This is always a very busy day. Every cemetery parking lot is full and there are lines of vendors surrounding the cemetery, selling fall flowers and candles. Guard soldiers in uniform are placed at military cemeteries. Chrysanthemums are “THE” flowers and are mainly associated with death. The enormous number of burning candles in the evening provide a beautiful view of the cemeteries and are intended to illuminate the way to God.

Slovak traditions are very similar to those of Poland. Slovaks visit family and sometimes travel enormous distances to do so. They go to the cemetery where their ancestors lie. The graves are covered with a blanket of flowers and candles are burned, it is a day to remember the deceased family. People think about life and eat together.

In Germany the holiday is called All Saints Day. It is also a public holiday in some parts of Germany.
A traditional decoration that you can find at the cemetery is “Newwling” (a traditional candle made of 2 wicks of different colors red, white, blue, yellow or green twisted around a cone and lit. It is a tradition to morning to go to church and listen to the sermons which are all about the message of living as a saint. Then the family gathers for big meals and listening to the church bells ringing. It is said that the souls of the dead wandering around on earth among the living and that the ringing of the bell is a sign to be released from the earth. After the meal, people go to the cemetery to commemorate their loved one, often taking candles or lanterns with them, just like flowers and pine branches. Children are given All Saints’ Day bread “strietzel”. This sweet braided bread is often eaten after noon during a festive “Kaffee und Kuchen”.

In England, families also visit the cemetery and bring bunches of flowers to decorate the grave. In the church, the names of the deceased can be read out upon request and  in some regions the day can end with a play.

In Italy, All Saints’ Day “Festa di Tutti i Santi” is both a religious and a national holiday. Every year on November 1, the Catholic saints are celebrated together. It is a day when people visit family and friends, give each other gifts and extend best wishes. If Italians have the same name as a saint, it is also a special day for them.

Spain celebrates this holiday over 2 days, namely October 31, November 1 and November 2. It is mainly called the day of the dead. Festivals and processions are an important part of this tradition, as is the performance of the play “Don Juan Tenorio”. At the end of the day, people gather at the cemetery to pray for a deceased loved one and lay marigolds and gifts next to the graves of their loved ones.

Which flowers do we put on the grave

Which flowers do we put on the grave?

Placing flowers on the grave is a widespread tradition in many cultures around the world. Flowers are often used as a way to show respect, love, and tribute to the deceased. The choice of flowers can vary depending on personal preference, cultural traditions and meanings attributed to different flowers. Here are some general points to consider:

Placing flowers on the grave is a way of showing respect , love, and tribute to the deceased. The choice of flowers can vary depending on personal preference, cultural traditions and meanings attributed to different flowers. Here are some general points to consider:

  • Lilies:
    Lilies are often associated with death and mourning, and are often chosen for funerals. White lilies often symbolize purity and memory. Perhaps a suitable choice, but that depends on the personality of the deceased. If the deceased was a colorful person, a different flower might be a better choice.
  • Roses:
    Roses are a popular choice for funerals and they carry different meanings depending on their color. Red roses can symbolize love and respect, while white roses can represent purity and innocence.
  • Chrysanthemums:
    In many cultures, chrysanthemums are seen as a symbol of mourning and are often used at funerals. Nowadays there are many new varieties with different flower shapes and colors, so the chrysanthemum has changed its image from old-fashioned to hip.
  • Carnations:
    Carnations are flowers often associated with mourning and sadness. You therefore regularly see them in funeral flower arrangements or funeral bouquets. It is not a flower with a hip image, but it is often the favorite flower of the elderly.
  • Orchids:
    Orchids are sometimes used to show respect and appreciation to the deceased. They often symbolize beauty and refinement. The beauty of the orchid often gives flower arrangements a checkered appearance.


  • Mourning bouquets:

    These are hand-wound bouquets that are often flattened so that they can be placed at the funeral. They can contain different types of flowers and colors. Please note that choosing a mourning bouquet may not be the right choice in warm weather. The bouquets are not placed in floral foam and are therefore not watered unless they are placed in water by the funeral company or family. If you have the flowers delivered on the day of the funeral, a funeral bouquet is a good choice for flowers on the grave.

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    Mourning arrangements:

    These are flower arrangements placed on floral foam, so the flowers receive enough water for a few days. Mourning flower arrangements can be ordered in different shapes with various flowers in all kinds of colors. Popular shapes are the teardrop shape, round and oval.

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  • Coffin decoration:

    These are generally larger flower arrangements that are placed in floral foam, a coffin decoration is intended for the box. For this reason, they usually have an elongated shape and are available in different sizes. Of course, the cost decorations can be fully customized in terms of color and flower choice.

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  • Mourning hearts and wreaths.

    These floral foam flower arrangements are available in the shape of a heart or round wreath. Due to the shape of the floral foam, these are often put on compactly, this way the shape is retained and a beautiful mourning heart or wreath.

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Flower colors:

The color of the flowers can also convey meanings. White is often associated with purity and peace, red with love and respect, yellow with friendship and joy, and so on.

Personal preference: Ultimately, the choice of flowers depends on the personal preference of those placing the flowers on the grave. Some people choose flowers that the deceased loved, while others choose flowers that have a meaning they want to convey.

It is important to remember that different cultures and religions may have different traditions and symbolism regarding funerals and funeral flowers. It is therefore advisable to take into account the traditions and preferences of the family and friends of the deceased when choosing flowers for the grave.

If you have any questions about the subject of flowers on the grave, please feel free to contact our customer service.

Welcome autumn – Long live a new season

The new season gives room for change. It’s time for a different use of time, wardrobe and bouquets! Because nature indicates the change, you will see different flowers at in the fall than in the middle of summer, for example. And what beauties they are! Bring those typical autumn flowers into your home to ring in autumn in style.

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Ultimately, what matters is that you are happy with the autumn bouquet. We choose typical autumn flowers in ditto colours. Do you recognize them? Being:

Daucus carota

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This is how you combine autumn flowers

There is probably a reason to treat someone to such a forest, or reward yourself for braving the first autumn precipitation. You can ask to get started with your list of ingredients, but you can of course also get started yourself. Choose a nice vase, for example one in a dark metallic look, and arrange the flowers until you are happy with the end result.
Combine the bright, deep colors of autumn with each other, it can’t be colorful enough. In this season the colors combine beautifully with each other, even though they are far apart on the color range. Pink, orange, purple and red can go well together in an autumn bouquet.

Here is a top 5 of beautiful autumn flowers, with chrysanthemum, hydrangea, rosehip, dahlia and Amaranthus in the spotlight:

  1. Chrysanthemum: Chrysanthemums are known as the queens of autumn flowers. They come in a wide range of colors and flower shapes, making them a versatile and popular choice for fall decorations and bouquets. The warm tones of chrysanthemums, such as orange, red and yellow, fit perfectly with the autumn season.
  2. Hydrangea: Hydrangeas are graceful and charming autumn flowers that show their full splendor in late summer and autumn. Their large spherical inflorescences range from pink to deep red, purple and blue, making them ideal for creating an autumnal atmosphere in gardens and flower arrangements.
  3. Rose Hip: Rose hips are not traditional flowers, but rather the fruits of rose bushes. However, they are an iconic fall decorative element. Their bright red and orange colors add a touch of vibrancy to arrangements and are often used in fall wreaths and bouquets.
  4. Dahlia: Dahlias are late summer and autumn flowers that shine with their varied colors and striking flower shapes. From pompom-like blooms to single and double inflorescences, dahlias are a favorite for creating beautiful fall bouquets.
  5. Amaranthus: Amaranthus, also known as “cat’s tail” because of its striking inflorescence, adds an exotic element to fall arrangements. The rich red, purple and gold hues of amaranthus add depth and texture to bouquets and decorations. These top 5 fall flowers offer an array of colors and textures to enjoy during the fall season. They can be combined in beautiful bouquets and arrangements to bring the warmth and beauty of autumn into your home.

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Combine autumn berries and flowers

Autumn is known for its beautiful palette of colors and abundance of fall berries. As summer turns to autumn, trees and shrubs undergo a metamorphosis that transforms the landscape into a vibrant and warm scene.

The autumn colors in nature are breathtaking and diverse. Leaves on trees and shrubs change from their usual green hues to a wealth of warm and vibrant colors, such as red, orange, yellow and deep red. This change is caused by the decrease in chlorophyll in the leaves, revealing other pigments such as anthocyanins and carotenoids. The result is a picturesque landscape that seems to reveal new shades every day.

Autumn is a time of abundance of flowers and berries in beautiful colors, the season invites you to make beautiful bouquets or a vase with a few berry branches and oak leaves, with which you can make the atmosphere in the house cozy and warm. It is a time when nature displays its artistic skills in color and life before the winter calm sets in.

Autumn, when berries and flowers meet in a dance of color, to paint the world with a masterpiece of seasonal splendor.”

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Deliver flowers or gifts

Since 1991, has been the specialist in flower delivery, both nationally and internationally. offers you a wide choice of autumn bouquets that you can order. A suitable gift for every occasion, for example, have a fruit basket delivered as a get-well wish, or choose one of our other gifts such as champagne, cuddly toys, balloons or wine. Delivered 6 days a week and on the same day, ordering for the same day is often possible until 3:00 PM.

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