Tropical Dreamland

A person holding a vibrant tropical bouquet with pink torch ginger flowers, exotic green foliage, and decorative leaves against a white background.
Striking floral arrangement with pink protea blooms in a white vase on a wooden table, accompanied by a lit candle, against a textured wall hanging backdrop.
Vibrant bouquet of pink flowers and green foliage emerging from a cardboard box on a white background, suggesting eco-friendly packaging and fresh flower delivery service.
Flat lay composition of tropical flora with green leaves and colorful flowers including a small pineapple, on a white background.
Clear glass vase with dimensions labeled, 3.97 inches in diameter and 7.87 inches in height, on a white background suitable for minimalist decor.
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Transport yourself to a Tropical Dreamland with our exquisite bouquet. Vibrant loafa half and pink loafa sponge add elegance, while heliconia sassy and anana create an exotic oasis. Alpinia, dieffenbachia, lettuce fern, willow, eucalyptus doll, and cordelyne complete the lush foliage. Experience the enchantment of a tropical paradise in your own space.


1. Keep it warm.
Your tropical bouquet prefers warm temperatures between 55-75°F. No coolers!
2. Stay hydrated!
Grown and harvested in hot, humid climates, tropical flowers need plenty of water. Keep your vase 2/3 full at all times. And as usual, be sure to trim the stems at an angle before placing your bouquet in water.
3. Spray it, don’t say it.
Your tropical greens and flowers need extra hydration to live long and happy vase lives. Be sure to spray your bouquet with water daily.


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Heads up! It’s possible that your bouquet might include slightly different flowers or colors than the arrangement pictured. Each bouquet is a handmade piece of art that is made just for the recipient. We promise that it will be just as fresh, beautiful, and lovely to receive!

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The Saenz Family

Sitting on the west bank of the Guayas River, just 45 miles from the Pacific Ocean, is the coastal city of Guayaquil. Known as a gateway to the Galapagos Islands, Guayaquil is also considered the center of Ecuador’s economy. The city is home to sugar refineries, coffee plantations and fabricating plants, and is responsible for over half of the country’s imports and exports.

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Woman in a white t-shirt holding a large, vibrant bouquet of red flowers and green tropical leaves over her shoulder in a lush garden setting.