These Color-Changing Flowers Make Rose Bouquets Look Boring
A pop-up shop by Bompas & Parr offers chameleon blooms for Valentine's Day
As cliché as it seems, a bouquet of flowers can still make a great gift, especially if those flowers mysteriously change colors based on certain temperatures.
In collaboration with Perrier-Jouët Champagne, Bompas & Parr created two different chameleon blooms, thermochromatic flowers that magically change to create a more dynamic bouquet than your regular flower shop variety.
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