Sold in bunches of 10
Bird of Paradise – The name brings along a warm tropical vibe. The brilliant flowers look similar to head plumes on a bird.
Caring for Bird of Paradise as a cut flower is simple; requiring no more than a change of water every two to three days, and snipping about ¾” off the stems. This practice will help the flower last for many days. Keep an eye on the water level and avoid letting the arrangement dry out.
Mayflower Market flowers are sold in bunches as indicated above and wrapped in brown paper, tied with raffia (very much similar to flowers purchased from a street vendor or market in Europe) and delivered to you ready to pop into your favorite vase & brighten up your home or workspace.
If you are looking for a gift, we suggest you browse our boutique collection in our online shop.