Orchids & Plants & Flowers Arrangements

The Chinese New Year celebration marks the start of spring right after the bitter cold winter in China. The warm winds of spring bring about the blooms of many different kinds of flowers. Some plants sprout spring flowers from the bony twigs and stems after winter hibernation, whilst others take root and sprout sapling as the sun warms the earth. Here at the equator, without nature’s winter clock, growers have learnt over the years to stage and time ornamentals to bloom for Chinese New Year!

In Chinese culture, the new year represents a fresh start. Chinese New Year is also known as the Spring Festival in China, and it represents the hope for better times ahead. Families are dressed in new clothes, front doors are freshly painted, homes are squeaky clean, and banners are hung to wish everyone a very Happy New Year! Of course, food – and lots of it – is the focal point of any Chinese New Year celebration, the various Chinese New Year food traditions thought to bring good luck and prosperity. Plants and flowers are known to beautify and improve the Feng Shui and aesthetics of the surrounding environment.

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Anthuriums for Table Plants

Anthurium andraeanum, also know as Hawaii Love Plant, is a flowering plant species in the family Araceae that is native to Central America, northern South America, and the Caribbean. Today, this easy to grow plant is produced worldwide. Anthuriums are great options as table plants, having flowers that thrive well under air-condition and tropical environment alike with low light and water requirement. The flowers are known to be one of the most lasting ones in the Angiosperm family. Check out the brilliant red and exotic colours like Anthurium Black Chocolate below!

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