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Winter Flowers in Australia and Their Meanings – Melbourne Fresh Flowers

Winter is the time when nature showers its blessings on the environment and creates cheerful and colorful ambiances. It knocks its presence in Australia with the blooming of flowers These are the five popular winter flowers with meanings available with online florist in Melbourne. Melbourne Fresh Flowers is best online florist in Melbourne. For more details Visit - https://www.melbournefreshflowers.com.au/ <br><br>

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Winter Flowers in Australia and Their Meanings – Melbourne Fresh Flowers

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  1. Melbourne Fresh Flowers 5 Popular Winter Flowers and Their Meanings - Australian Flowers

  2. Hardenbergia or ‘Happy Wanderer’ • This native Australian flower is vine from the leguminous genus. It is also commonly called purple coral pea, Native Lilac, or Happy Wanderer. • It grows with dark-green leaves and in a group of small flowers in purple. Being a vine, it grows anywhere and climbs up the walls. • Found in Queensland, Tasmania, South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia. Hardenbergia exemplifies the spirit of winter. So to celebrate winter, send flowers to Melbourne.

  3. Bergenia or 'Winter Glow' • These flowers bloom in a cluster and under a shady region with large stems and attractive foliage. • The leaves of these flowers are leathery and waxed and are mostly native to Himalayan region, but also found in China and Afghanistan. • These are perennial flowers that change their color during winter and become reddish bronze. In Spring, they turn into Magenta.

  4. Luculia • Luculia flowers exude fragrance and great as indoor flowers. • They are the genus of Rubiaceae family and were first found in 1826 by Robert Sweet. • They grow with wide leaves and in rosy-pink color. But the foliage appears tatty. These flowers exude sweet and strong perfume.

  5. Lavender • These flowering plants are the genus of Lamiaceae family and are found in 36 species. • They are usually native to Mediterranean and southwest Asia and widely used for decorating homes, culinary herbs, and essential oils. They represent love, devotion, purity, luck, and caution. • Cheer up your loved ones in winter with flowers delivery Melbournefrom Melbourne

  6. Lily of the Valley • These fragrant flowers are used for gracing religious ceremonies as well as for making perfumes. • Grown usually under shady areas in Europe and Northern Hemisphere in Asia, they are the best gift for weddings and birthdays and symbolize purity, chastity, luck, happiness, and humility. • They also represent “the return of happiness.”

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  9. Contact Us • Address – 7 / 63-65 ,Paxton Street, Malvern East, Vic 3145 • Phone Number - 1300 60 20 11 • Email -info@melbournefreshflowers.com.au • Facebook Link – https://twitter.com/melbournefresh • Twitter Link – https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneFreshFlowers • Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/+MelbourneFreshFlowersMalvernEast

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