Florist Contest

HELICONIA: A Tropical SURPRISE

Tropical flowers never fail to amaze with their exotic shapes and colours. Lobster claw, the more common name for Heliconia, is no exception. It has large bracts with a very bright colour that cluster up a stem. Heliconias are quite common in the rainforest. They are also often found as ornamental plants in gardens and landscaped areas. The heliconia can also be home to other living things. Water collects in the bracts of the straight stems, which provides a habitat for many species of tiny aquatic organisms.

MDK Flowers

MDK was founded in 1996 by founder and namesake Marcel Duijvesteijn. After he had gained some years of experience in growing ficus and monstera plants, he focused on growing luxurious decorative greenery. In 2006, MDK expanded its business by opening its own location in Ghana, which is where the beautiful Heliconia is from.

Bloemenhof has been a household name for quite some time. For years, they have been brightening up people’s lives with an inviting array of flowers and plants. The emotion that flowers and plants can inspire in people is something they love. Only the best quality flowers and plants is good enough. Bloemenhof is a real family business, with father Ron at the helm and his daughters Britt and Kirsten right by his side.

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This time, the florist contest has an exotic twist. Both contestants have to work with the tropical Heliconia. A flower that just bursts with excitement. What’s also exciting, is that this edition of the florist contest is a real family feud. Britt and Kirsten, daughters of the owner of Bloemenhof, battle it out for the title of the best florist. In 15 minutes, they created the following bouquets with the astonishing Heliconia.

Meet the winner!

The votes are in! Britt and Kirsten, two sisters with a passion for floristry, battled it out for the title of the best florist. The audience has voted, and the winner is Britt! Her bouquet with the Heliconia is a sight to behold.

Florist Contest

This time, the florist contest has an exotic twist. Both contestants have to work with the tropical Heliconia. A flower that just bursts with excitement. What’s also exciting, is that this edition of the florist contest is a real family feud. Britt and Kirsten, daughters of the owner of Bloemenhof, battle it out for the title of the best florist. In 15 minutes, they created the following bouquets with the astonishing Heliconia.

HELICONIA: A Tropical SURPRISE

Tropical flowers never fail to amaze with their exotic shapes and colours. Lobster claw, the more common name for Heliconia, is no exception. It has large bracts with a very bright colour that cluster up a stem. Heliconias are quite common in the rainforest. They are also often found as ornamental plants in gardens and landscaped areas. The heliconia can also be home to other living things. Water collects in the bracts of the straight stems, which provides a habitat for many species of tiny aquatic organisms.

MDK Flowers

MDK was founded in 1996 by founder and namesake Marcel Duijvesteijn. After he had gained some years of experience in growing ficus and monstera plants, he focused on growing luxurious decorative greenery. In 2006, MDK expanded its business by opening its own location in Ghana, which is where the beautiful Heliconia is from.

Bloemenhof has been a household name for quite some time. For years, they have been brightening up people’s lives with an inviting array of flowers and plants. The emotion that flowers and plants can inspire in people is something they love. Only the best quality flowers and plants is good enough. Bloemenhof is a real family business, with father Ron at the helm and his daughters Britt and Kirsten right by his side.

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Meet the winner!

The votes are in! Britt and Kirsten, two sisters with a passion for floristry, battled it out for the title of the best florist. The audience has voted, and the winner is Britt! Her bouquet with the Heliconia is a sight to behold.

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