Rounded flowers can be arranged in a bouquet to celebrate the world cup of soccer.
There are several rounded blossoms that are popular during the months of May and June, according to IrishTimes.com. The most classic is the allium, a vibrant lavender flower known as the "purple sensation." These tall beauties can help fill in space in a bouquet, as their rounded bulbs may grow to be quite large.
The Globemaster can be even bigger, possibly growing to the size of a melon. For something that is truly bright, stark white alliums or clover-red drumheads are an excellent choice. The latter bears a botanical name that means "round-headed" in Greek.
Pom-pom dahlias come in many varieties and unique hues, including pink, peach, deep red, purple, white and orange. While round flowers are not as common as more regularly-shaped blossoms, they are a fun and interesting addition to any gift bouquet.
Flowers can do more than just beautify a home. Some people use flowers to help others overcome stress and anxiety. According to the BBC, the organization Combat Stress has created a therapeutic garden for those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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