Coventry Fiori Fiorista

Perfezione
USD 108.30

Perfezione

24 Rose

Regalità
USD 90.25

Regalità

Rose, garofani, gerbere e orchidee

Costanza
USD 90.25

Costanza

4 Gigli e le rose 7

Senza tempo
USD 77.36

Senza tempo

Garofani, rose, margherite, crisantemi

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Appassionato
USD 77.36

Appassionato

Rose

Unità
USD 108.30

Unità

24 rose

Contentezza
USD 125.49

Contentezza

Orchidee e rose

Concedimi un sorriso
USD 77.36

Concedimi un sorriso

9 Rose e gipsofila

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Celebrazione
USD 125.49

Celebrazione

Rose, garofani e gigli

Affetto di lunga durata
USD 108.30

Affetto di lunga durata

Rose e orchidee

Amore diffidente
USD 85.95

Amore diffidente

12 Rose

Indimenticabile
USD 77.36

Indimenticabile

6 Rose e piccoli fiori

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Bellezza delicata
USD 77.36

Bellezza delicata

Rose e garofani

Moderno
USD 77.36

Moderno

Gerbera, gigli e margherite

Ispirazione
USD 125.49

Ispirazione

6 Gigli, 6 rose e gipsofila

La dolce vita
USD 125.49

La dolce vita

5 Gigli, garofani, rose, gerbere e gipsofila

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This metropolitan borough can claim several top rated universities, including one that was named “the most modern in the UK”. Along with its universities, shops, theatre and find restaurants, the city of Coventry is also home to some stunning flower gardens. Most of the universities have dedicated green spaces and gardens designed to be quiet places for students to relax and occasionally blow off some steam. In the gardens one can almost always find roses of almost any color. Teas and floribundas are popular, and many private gardens boast climbers. Some of the climbing roses have been passed down for generations, and can often be seen growing along walls and trellises. Heather and lavender add a touch of purple, and their scent fills the air in the springtime. The spring also brings out the tulips and crocuses, along with the daffodils. Almost every cottage garden has at least one tall hollyhock, along with clusters of bachelor buttons. These flowers are even still worn in buttonholes, especially during celebrations. Queen Anne’s Lace can be found growing in almost every meadow, and the spring also brings out the wild daisies and mini and full size carnations.