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Tuberose
Tuberose

A native of Mexico, the tuberose has a very strong, heady scent, so small quantities of this flower go a long way. Its white, trumpet-shaped florets grow in clusters and open gradually along a light green stalk; the closed buds have a pink or green tinge. Most commonly used as a secondary flower, the tuberose lends bouquets a soft color and an intoxicating fragrance.

Season
summer-fall

Colors
ivory, pink

Scent
very strong perfume

Meaning
dangerous love, voluptuousness

Cost
$$-$$$

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