Thursday, October 25, 2012

Something About Susara

Susara a "petite queen", is a combination of P. magnifica and P. susannae, and she is certainly one of our favorite fall proteas! Her divine cream and salmon-pink flowers with grey-green leaves appear through autumn, and put on a magnificent display with an abundance of stunning long stem blooms.

It seems Susara is popping up everywhere these days … like this lovely bridal bouquet mixed with yes, susara, pink ice and a splash of genista - quite a festive combination!

And, here we came across another elegant bouquet mixed with brunia albifora, roses and tuberous - with definitely an exotic cape flora feel, no?

Susara even looks great here in this simple wooden crate mixed with waxflower and tagged with a sweet heart!

Susara, is quickly becoming the perfect bloom for all those special occasions!

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