Bremen Bloemen Bezorgen (Bloemist)

Begeerte
USD 120.06

Begeerte

12 rozen en lelies

Verwarring
USD 120.06

Verwarring

lelies, rozen, zonnebloemen , lavendel en anjers

Jong
USD 75.90

Jong

lelies en rozen

Heilige liefde
USD 120.06

Heilige liefde

lelies , rozen en anjers

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Ego
USD 75.90

Ego

rozen, anjers en gipskruid

Wrok
USD 120.06

Wrok

rozen, anjers, lelies en gipskruid

Aanvaarding
USD 75.90

Aanvaarding

3 zonnebloemen en anjers

Standvastig
USD 86.25

Standvastig

4 lelies en 7 rozen

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Zacht
USD 106.26

Zacht

24 rozen en seringen

Perfectie
USD 106.26

Perfectie

24 rozen

Lekker
USD 106.26

Lekker

lelies en rozen

Statig
USD 120.06

Statig

lelies en rozen

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Zoet
USD 75.90

Zoet

6 rozen en madeliefjes boeket

Prachtige schoonheid
USD 75.90

Prachtige schoonheid

lelies, gerbera's , anjers en chrysanten

Geflirt
USD 75.90

Geflirt

rozen , lelies en gerbera's

Groetjes
USD 106.26

Groetjes

24 rozen

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The second largest city in Northern Germany, historic Bremen is also home to a large number of flowering plants. Many of these flowers can be found growing in public and private gardens. In between the beer and science museums and institutions one can find quiet parks and green spaces to relax in, and a favorite with visitors and residents is Park Bremen. This large park and botanical garden is currently home to over 550 species of rhododendrons that include an estimated 2,500 varieties of these flowering bushes. With some older rhododendron bushes reaching up to 12 feet it is a stunning sight in the late spring and early summer when the shrubs are in bloom. The botanical gardens are also home to a large number of native and imported flowers which include roses, daisies, an assortment of lilies and the delicate white edelweiss which is always seen as a sign that springtime is near when it starts to bloom. Behind the rhododendron bushes visitors can also see many of the trees and forest plants that are native to the region, and in the milder months one can occasionally see white, pink and red anthurium peaking out around the native ferns.