The price of yellow flowers to welcome the New Year 2024: what options are offered and in which market to buy?

The price of yellow flowers to welcome the New Year 2024: what options are offered and in which market to buy?


Vendors from the Rímac Flower Market offer their products to welcome the New Year 2024 in the best possible way. (Infobae Peru/Paula Elizalde)

The arriving in 2024 It means, for many, an opportunity to start over, find new challenges and even recharge. For this reason, citizens are looking to celebrate this last holiday of 2023 in the best way and with their loved ones. In this system, flowersespecially the yellow ones, take center stage and become the most sought after this season to decorate Peruvian homes in this New Year.

Wholesale Market or Rímac Flower Market It is one of the places where thousands of people come to buy this flower arrangement to decorate their homes. From sunflower in pinkbuyers do not cut costs and choose the most attractive cabals to host a new Year.

This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. - Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde
This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. – Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde

The main flower to receive this New Year 2024 It is a sunflower, which decorate all the shops in Rímac General Market and they have been the most requested this season. During the visit taken by Infobae Peruit was possible to find out what prices and types are most in demand.

This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. - Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde
This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. – Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde

“It costs more in terms of price because at the moment it is between S/15 and /20, but until Friday it will go up more. It will reach S/30 or S/35. Everything that is yellow comes out, like gladiolus or pompons, which symbolizes renewal of the year. We also have ears of good vibes, a cabal to bring money and it is S/1.5 per unit,” revealed one of the sellers.

Another option that is presented for these holidays is flower arrangementsalways maintain yellow tones. In this case, the cost increases slightly and, according to traders, will increase further as the year 2024 approaches.

This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. - Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde
This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. – Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde

“There are all prices: from the smallest of S/30, of S/40, of S/50, S/60 and the largest of S/100. Most of the bunches have sunflowers, that’s the main thing for it. prosperity and success in business, at home, so that everything goes well for you. That’s why all the yellow flowers come out the most: sunflowers and roses. From there, the most sold are red and red, but the best sold are yellow,” said another businessman.

Some dealers even offer a several of these flowers for S/12; However, they warned that prices will vary on weekends. “The ears They already went up, they were S/12 and now they are S/20 or S/18″, said one owner.

Vendors from the Rímac Flower Market offer their products to welcome the New Year 2024 in the best possible way. (Infobae Peru/Paula Elizalde)

On New Year’s Eve, Colored clothes and 12 grapes take center stage as a ritual to capture luck and catch wishes faces the next cycle. Time the clock strikes midnightthese rituals It is almost a cooperative action in different parts of the world by embracing traditions that combine superstition and hope.

This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. - Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde
This is what the Rímac Flower Market looks like a few days before New Year 2024. – Credit: Infobae Perú/Paula Elizalde

Other practices include symbolic gestures such as put money in your pockets suggest economic prosperity and carry a suitcase which represents the desire to travel and discover new places. These actions show the desire to influence fate and attract positive experiences. While the nature of these traditions varies and interacts with local cultural elementsThe common thread lies in the human desire for a perfect and fortunate future.