Blossoming for different purposes, Tube Roses and Dry Flowers
Since ages, flowers have long been given out as token of love to loved ones. Expressing emotion with flowers is the conventional way that is very much applicable in modern times. Flower boutiques have taken over the charge of furnishing splendid bouquets and garlands for various occasions. In Indian tradition, Tuberoses are significant in numerous occasions like weddings for a fragrant affair. Not only fresh flowers, dry flowers are also useful decorative items. Known as the night queen, the tuberoses belong to a family of tropical bulbs. Besides, tuberoses, there are other similar species of flowers like Caladiums, Gladioluses and Cannas. Even after they are plucked, they continue to retain their fragrance which is simply intoxicating.
Though tube roses have no significant contribution to aroma therapy, their extracts can be used in perfumes and oils. Tuberose oil has an intoxicating smell that may be used as an aphrodisiac enhancing sensuousness. Long and slender, these flowers are capable of inducing body heat as the oil can increase blood circulation. Best thing about them is that freshly plucked flowers exude enthralling fragrance for a very long time if kept at home. They along with roses and carnations can be incorporated in bouquets as gifts.
Flowers are valued for their fragrance and soothing disposition. But dry flowers are also a lot in demand as gifts and decorative articles in different parties and occasions for their longevity and variety. Dry flowers include shoots and barks as well. Dry flowers have such a long list of uses that is not known to many.