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Dried Gromphrena (19)
Reference : 19-SEC-FL-GOMYE-14
Bunch of 100g
Available stock : 16 units
Color : Purple
Add a touch of freshness, exoticism and distant landscapes to your bouquets, what do you say? For that, you will not find better than a bouquet of dry gomphrena. Native to South America, specifically to the countries of Guatemala and Panama, gomphrena, previously used for its medicinal benefits, is also a decorative element of great taste. With rebellious and unstructured stems crowned with flowers in the shape of very bulging buttons, the gomphrena is a dried flower that can be used in any style. Its unstructured appearance allows the gomphrena to accompany creations with a raw and assertive look but will also delight bouquets with a totally opposite style thanks to the soft shape of its flower and the panoply of soothing colors that the Phocealys catalog includes. You can indeed find the gomphrena in pink, light pink, orange, purple and creamy white. To associate gomphrena with other species of stabilized and dried plants, think of yarrow or ruscus for charismatic creations. For a sweet result, combine gomphrena with hydrangea, pampas grass or dry lagurus for a splendid result. Arranged in a vase, alone or with other species to form a dry bouquet, the gomphrena is a sure value to dress an interior. The professionals of the DIY often use the heads of gomphrena in their creations. For jewelry, bracelets, brooches, flower crowns, in wall decorations or flowers under a bell, the gomphrena is an essential.
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Note: weight and dimensions are for general guidance only. It is a natural product and therefore the colours may vary depending on the bunch.
Dried flowers require minimal maintenance. Phocealys advises you :
- Do not expose your dried flowers directly to the sun, as direct exposure could damage the colour of your bouquets
- To remove dust from your dried bouquets, wipe them lightly with a cloth to avoid damaging them. You can also use a hairdryer, as long as the air is cold and you do not blow too close to the bouquet
If you follow these tips, your dried flowers will last almost forever!