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Seeing red this Chinese New Year? Bydeau’s floral arrangements show us why that isn’t necessarily a bad thing

To usher in the Year of the Ox, the team at Bydeau has designed a range of unique floral arrangements and gifts in keeping with festive traditions and aesthetics. Red and gold arrangements—symbolic of happiness, prosperity and wealth—fill the home with a sense of occasion, while traditional flowers are paired with more unconventional, contrasting blooms and foliage in one-of-a-kind arrangements that make a statement.

The gift-giving experts at Bydeau work with fresh flowers, symbolic of growth and rebirth, and aim to fill homes with a new lease of life, particularly important in light of how much time we have been spending at home in recent months.

From hand-tied bouquets to artful floral arrangements in dim sum baskets to curated hampers filled with sweet treats, there’s something for everyone to love, with each gift filled with a personal touch.

Gift your loved one with The Gratitude, a lime-hued miniature orchid, or opt for The Spring arrangement, which features vibrant yellow dancing-lady orchids in a clear green vase. For something a little bolder, The Halona arrangement—housed in a red painted dim sum basket—brightens up table settings with its mixture of roses, nerines, skimmias and snapdragons.

On a mission to make gifting personal again, the team at Bydeau offer a range of floral arrangements, bouquets and curated gift boxes delivered across Hong Kong, with same-day delivery options available to those pushed for time. Each arrangement is individual, with colours and stems varying depending on which blooms look the best that day. And with flowers sustainably sourced from eco-certified farms and packaged in biodegradable bags, you’ll be able to gift without guilt for every occasion.

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