Bouquets and tuffs
A small bouquet of flowers, a bouquet, a floral arrangement for the lapel - called "Tuff" in the men's breviary from 1913: "In the afternoon with tea, a Tuff violet looks very distinctive in the cut away - five to six stems." Depending on the purpose, the fashions vary: meadow flowers at a picnic or at a rural wedding, alpine in the mountains and so on.
Boutonnières by nature
Like freshly picked, these boutonnières are "flowered" by hand in Saxon Switzerland for the gentleman's buttonhole. How about a daring one Bachnelkenwurz made of hand-dyed silk as a boutonnière? The local flora often seems quite exotic to us city dwellers. Oh yes, here you can also find our exotic-tropical buttonhole flowers: exotic buttonholes.