A beautiful iridescent white chunky mix to break up the colors in your spring boquet.
I only know about Stephanotis (Madagascar Jazmin) because my Grandmother often talked about the Stephanotis in her wedding bouquet.
Stephanotis have grown in popularity in wedding bouquets in the last few years. Grandma was a trend setter. They are grown for their strongly perfumed, waxy, tubular, usually white flowers. Leaves are opposite, ovate to elliptic, and leathery.
Such a beautiful iridescent chunky mix to add to our Spring Bouquet Series