Beatin’ the sugarbushes.
The Proteaceae are an ancient family, probably one of the oldest groups of flowering plants. Scientific probes into the early history of plant life have shown that the ancestors of today’s Protea were present 300 million years ago. In South African traditions, the Protea flower represents change and hope.
Giving flowers in Africa has become especially popular in recent decades in larger cities and in Kenya and South Africa. The flowers are given not only include roses and other perennial favorites but hardy natives including proteas from the areas supporting flowers of the Cape region of southernmost Africa. Flowers, including the king protea, are exchanged extensively during the Christmas holidays in South Africa.The white protea is a medium length stem: 40-50 cm.
A finecut is made up of 10 branches.
❀ Have a look at our care instructions to learn how to take care of your finecut.