Bexley Fiori Fiorista

Segreta ammirazione
USD 116.07

Segreta ammirazione

12 Rose e mini rose

Accettazione
USD 71.55

Accettazione

3 Girasoli e garofani

Immortalità
USD 71.55

Immortalità

Garofani, rose e gipsofila

Unità
USD 100.17

Unità

24 rose

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Melodico
USD 100.17

Melodico

24 Rose

Amore responsabile
USD 71.55

Amore responsabile

Rose, gigli e garofani

Amore estraneo
USD 71.55

Amore estraneo

Gigli e rose

L'amore della donna
USD 71.55

L'amore della donna

6 Rose e gipsofila

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Abbagliante
USD 71.55

Abbagliante

Rose

Dammi una pausa
USD 71.55

Dammi una pausa

Girasole e orchidee

Insieme
USD 83.47

Insieme

2 Gigli e garofani

Prendiamo questa opportunità
USD 71.55

Prendiamo questa opportunità

Garofani, crisantemi e statice

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Regalità
USD 83.47

Regalità

Rose, garofani, gerbere e orchidee

Vanità
USD 100.17

Vanità

Gigli, garofani e gipsofila

Perplessità
USD 116.07

Perplessità

Gigli, rose, girasoli, lavanda e garofani

Bellezza delicata
USD 71.55

Bellezza delicata

Rose e garofani

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As a borough in the country’s capital Bexley has something for everyone. It is close enough to all of the attractions in London while still being able to retain a more relaxed atmosphere. Along with the Royal Botanical Gardens in the capital one can also find plenty of native plants and flowers growing in Bexley. Lavender is a favorite and the fragrant flowers are often dried and used in scented sachets. Daylilies of all colors add a bright touch of color to public and private gardens, and rose bushes are often planted in front of public buildings. Azaleas can be seen blooming in the spring and early summer, along with daisies, coneflowers and bachelor buttons. Many residents also enjoy tending foxglove, hollyhocks and delphinium. Trinomas and larkspur are also favorites, along with blue lobelia. Small heather bushes are other common sights, especially in some of the borough’s public green spaces. If you want to see exotic orchids and slightly “furry” silver queen proteas one can venture into the capital to the Royal Botanical Gardens. These gardens are also home to the Titan arum a rare orchid that releases a foul odor when it blooms.