Upright heliconia are our tallest and heaviest flower. This beautiful stem grows wild in the mountains and parks here in Hawaii. We cultivate it to create the most balanced and well shaped specimens. It will add height to any flower arrangement. The stems are thick and a bit woody. A little care must be taken when using heliconia in flower arranging as their size and weight can overwhelm an assortment. See an example in our Akala Hula assortment where upright heliconia is paired nicely with a king protea.
The heliconia bloom has a shape like a ‘lobster claw’ as they are sometimes called. Colors range from red to pink and yellow.
The price is for one dozen beautiful heliconia.
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