Compared to many other flower types, freesias are relatively new to the western world, having only been imported since around the 1950s. Despite this they are incredibly sought after. Freesias feature an unusual shape, with a little row of up to 10 small six petaled flowers, typically funnel shaped, growing out of the one side of the stem. As buds, they will hang down below the stem, but once opened, they will face directly upwards instead. Their beautiful and citrus-like scent makes them very versatile and popular in arrangements.
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