The heat is on in Columbus, and the summer sun presides over long lazy days and relaxing times. If you are looking for a way to spice up your gatherings with flowers that represent the season, tropical flowers are your answer. From the middle of your picnic table to your front office, Griffins Floral Designs has the flowers that will bring the heat.
Tropical flowers will not only infuse the atmosphere with vibrant colors, but these varieties also add geometric interest and a unique aesthetic. If you’ve got an adventurous streak, we’ve got the perfect floral decor to celebrate all things summer.
Tropical Ambiance is a spectacular floral arrangement which showcases many of the amazing tropical flowers we love. Here are just a few:
Birds-of-paradise is one of the most recognizable tropical flowers in the world. It’s sharp lines and vivid orange and purple bloom are the perfect additional to any summer design. The similarly angular heliconia is most often orange-red, but can also exhibit pink hues.
The incredible protea is simply gorgeous, and two varieties are primarily seen in tropical floral arrangements. The pink protea’s petals vertically surround the center of the flower and form a cylindrical bloom; while the pin cushion protea features spindly petals that resemble the Fuji mum in appearance.
Orchids are a perennial and exotic favorite in tropical floral designs.
For a display more appropriate for an office or backyard patio, our potted Tropical Garden Delight (shown below) is a great choice. Anthuirums exhibit large, waxy leaves (called bracts), most often in red and green for a truly tropical presentation. We added a bromeliad which offers fiery color, and orchids which contribute a touch of tropical sophistication.
Celebrate summer in all it’s glory, with tropical floral arrangements from Griffin’s Floral Designs. Step out of the box and try something different, with a little help from our exceptional team of professionals. And don’t forget – we will deliver these beauties throughout Columbus, Pataskala, New Albany & Newark.