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Exotic Tropical Aqua

Exotic Tropical Aqua

Regular price £35.00
Regular price Sale price £35.00
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Introducing the bold, exotic, unusual tropical aqua flower arrangement.

Tropical flowers are often called "exotic" and never fail to provide a unique wow, given their colours, shapes, and textures. Exotic Tropical Flowers are ideal for giving as an unusual and unique gift.

Often bold in colour, it is not usual to see tropical flowers in vibrant reds, yellows, oranges, greens, pinks, and white. But the colour is only one aspect that makes these blooms dazzle. As you will quickly see from our profiles, the shape of these exotic flowers is often unusual, unlike the more traditional or standard flower arrangements that rely on roses, tulips, peonies, and dahlias. From the Bird of Paradise to the Anthurium, ginger to the orchid, it is easy to see why "exotic" is associated with tropical flowers.

Colourful, unique blooms that thrive in heat

The exotic shapes and bold colours make tropical flower arrangements popular for gift-giving - ideal for fun, festive celebrations, be it a special birthday, to cheer someone up who is feeling ill, or to thank someone.

Cut flower food will be added upon creation and an additional sachet will be included.

A complimentary personal message card is also available, if required please be sure to give details upon purchase.

Please note the pictures are examples, as the bouquet is a themed seasonal florist choice, flowers and packaging may vary depending on the season and availability, however the value and contents of the item will be the same if not more than the item displayed.

Free same day flower delivery local to The Flower Shop Kirton, Lincolnshire’s premier florist and gift shop based near Boston, Lincs, UK. Flowers delivered free within 15 miles including Boston, Spalding, Holbeach & surrounding areas.


If unsure or if you have special requirements i.e colours not listed etc, or "no lillies" for example just pop them in the notes section.

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