Protea, a tropical flower, from South Africa.
single pink King Protea # no arrangements needed here
Smaller proteas or blushing bride flowers in a teacup or vas is the perfect finish to the tables. Why not add some Name labels to these and use them as your table settings also. combine the decorations with the place settings.
exotic Protea bouquets Photography by Life Style
Protea - The genus Protea was named in 1735 by Carl Linnaeus after the Greek god Proteus, who could change his form at will, because they have such a wide variety of forms.
Even more proteas!
leucadendron hybrid - 'jester' or 'safari sunset', full sun, mod clay soil.
a Protea as art.
Protea, King stands for change and transformation. It signifies daring and resourcefulness. It is symbolic of diversity and courage.
The fine velvet texture of a Protea bloom
Protea Light by Landscape artist Jenny Parsons
King Protea, Giant Protea, Honeypot, King Sugarbush ~KJ~ The gardening department at The Park had dozens of varieties of Protea's.
Leah-Anne Thompson - Artwork for Sale - Penrith, NSW - Australia (Page of
43 Nature-Inspired Lights - Earthy Lighting, from Reed-Like Lighting to Flowerpot Chandeliers (CLUSTER)
Sugarbush Protea Fine Art Giclee Photographic Print at Artist Rising.
Protea Bushlore by Natalie Wilkin
King Protea - photo by Sarah Jane Covey