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Flowers come in different shapes, sizes, and colours. The most common shades of flowers are red, orange, yellow, white, and pink. In modern times, it is not unusual anymore to find flowers that own a unique colour, rust-coloured flower for instance. Flowers that have rust colour have a combined hue of brown, orange, yellow, and red and can be from pale to bright.

Phalaenopsis Orchid

This is one of the most common orchid since it is easy to produce and can be planted all year round. Similarly, it blooms at any time of the year and can be available anytime if a florist or flower arranger decides to make use of it in his creation. It has a variety of shades ranging from pure white to rusty hues. It is not delicate when it comes to the environment where it will be planted, and in fact, it can even thrive indoors. However, one must learn the different tricks in managing Phalaenopsis Orchid according to the atmosphere and environment that it will grow, such as correct watering for instance. Since this type of orchid is blooming in most parts of the year, to re-pot them just after they bloom is perfectly fine.

Rust Carnation

Carnations are members of the Dianthus family and are hardy plants that thrive as perennials, biennials, or annuals. These lovely flowers come in different shades and the most popular ones are the shades of pink, red, and yellow. Being rare, rust-coloured carnation does not make it to the list of popular carnations, but rust carnations are as attractive as any other flower. In fact, despite its colour, it still attracts hummingbird—a feature that is distinct to carnations. Since carnations have different varieties, its sizes and intensity of fragrance varies as well. Rust carnations are easy to plant and grow. It is best to grow in drained, fertile, slightly alkaline-soil and must receive four to five hours of sun daily. Unless the weather is extremely dry, rusty carnation can do with minimal watering i.e. once a week of watering is fine. Due to its lovely appearance, rusty carnations are also often used in bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, centrepieces, backdrop, and accents. However, to make the arrangement standout, there is a need to incorporate other flowers that would complement the rust colour of rusty carnation.

Rust Gerbera Daisies

Next to roses, gerberas are in-demand when it comes to flower arrangement. Whether weddings or birthdays, gerberas grace the occasion due to the beauty and the vibrancy it owns. The most popular gerberas are the ones that come in common colours such as red, orange, and yellow, but it has an amazing line-up of other colours that come in solid colour, two-tone, or blending of a variety of colours. One unique colour of Gerbera is rust—a colour that is a crossover of orange and brown. A standard rust Gerbera has one bloom per stem, 2-5 inches in diameter, and has multiple petals that have a dark brown centre. Its stem has a colour of medium to pale green, thicker than the size of the straw, and is 18-20 inches in height. The occasions where rust gerberas are often used are weddings and intimate gatherings. Its brown to rust colour makes an elegant accent in the occasion. It is a common practice to accompany rust gerberas with other flowers with contrasting or blending colours to come up with creative, unique, and lovely flower arrangements.

SNO Name Common Names Description
1 Helenium sneezeweed The buds and immature flowers are attractively striped and the flowers last up to two
2 Tulip tulip Tulips are the third-biggest selling flower in Holland and are also very popular in the
3 Zinnia Zinnia The straight stems are topped by a pom-pom of bright candy