In this third part of our seasonal flower series, we introduce you to Swiss flowers that bloom from July to September. But with the warm temperatures, you also have to take special care of cut flowers. You will therefore also find tips in this article on how to preserve your flowers even in hot weather.
Who does not like flowers? They embellish every room and smell nice on top of that. When buying cut flowers, however, caution is advised since many of these flowers are imported. And that despite the fact that there are domestic flowers that bloom both in winter and the beginning of the year here! Yes, you read correctly: just for the sake of having flowers, there is no need to import them in the colder seasons.