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Today I must introduce to you the bridal flower, the blushing bride - as time goes by, the light yellow buds will slowly turn into pink!!!
🍃The bridal flower has translucent petals similar to cicada wings, light and elegant. It is like a feather or a girl's wedding dress. The shape of the stamen is like a brown velvet needle, with a plush texture that can sway in the wind and dance gracefully. Because its flower head and color resemble the shy look of a bride when she gets married, it is called "bridal flower" and is also called "mini emperor flower" by South African locals.
🍃There are beautiful legends circulating in the place of origin about the origin of the bride’s flower name. When a young man proposes to a girl, he will give her one of these flowers. The darker the pink color, the deeper and warmer the friendship.
The bridal flower is different from the domineering emperor flower of the same family. When blooming, the delicate bridal flower blooms silently in the corner, with a look of being reluctant to talk, showing its gentle beauty.
🍃Bridal flowers can be cultivated as cut flowers for trade or grown as ornamental plants.
If you choose to plant the South African bride flower in the ground, you need to plant it in a location with good lighting conditions, so as to ensure that it grows a large enough flower bulb and the stem of the plant will be relatively strong. If it is grown in a pot, it should also be placed outdoors to ensure full sunshine every day. However, when the light is too strong in summer, appropriate shading measures should be taken to prevent the leaves and flowers from being sunburned.
When caring for the South African bride flower, it is better to keep the soil dry and watered. It is recommended to place it in a rain-proof location to prevent the root system from being rotten by too much rain in the flower pot. There is no need to water it on rainy and humid days. The air humidity is relatively high. If you water too much, the water will not evaporate quickly, and roots will rot easily.
Most varieties of South African princess flowers have poor cold tolerance, and the most cold-tolerant ones can tolerate low temperatures of 0°C for a short period of time. If the winter temperature in the south is not lower than 0°C, they can be raised outdoors for the winter.
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