Beautiful exotic flowers and plants add a special touch to homes, gardens, weddings, banquets, and solemn occasions. On-line services will enable you to order exotic flowers anywhere in the world.
Add a splash of color with wild exotic flowers - heliconia, birds of paradise, musas, calatheas, gingers, palms, orchids, bamboos, and lotuses. A bouquet of exquisite orchids in winter is a way to say 'I love you' with style. If a thought that men really enjoy receiving exotic flowers has never crossed your mind' think again. Bamboos, bonsai, ginger or dracaena emphasize masculinity and would look stylish in a luxury home or a contemporary apartment.
The name Heliconia comes from Greek mythology after the great Mount Helicon where the 9 inspirational goddess muses of the arts and sciences lived. Heliconias are also known as lobster claws and parrot flowers due to their beak-like shape. These exotic flowers are native to Central and South America and islands of the South Pacific. The heliconia comes in different shades of pink, orange, yellow, and red. These large exotic flowers with extended rhizomes grow in mountains, forests, lowlands, and damp places.
The ginger family (Zingiberaceae) consists of a large group of tropical herbs. The name Zingiberaceae comes from the Greek word ziniberi, which probably was an ancient Indian word for ginger.
Although more commonly used as a spice, the ginger flower is one of the more stunning tropical exotic flowers. Most gingers are native to the fields and rain forests of Indo-Malaysia.
Neither ginger nor heliconia require a complicated care. Just cut the stem and put them into a vase with clean water.
Draecena (dragon's tree) is an exotic flower that does not require regular watering or much light. It's a symbol of power and prosperity. It might live up to 1000 years, so you have a good chance to leave to your children.