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Preserved craspedia (20)
Reference : 20-F-FEFL-CRAS-09
Bunch of 10 stalks
Available stock : 58 units
Color : Red
It's time to add volume and originality to your creations by using a craspedia bouquet. Recognizable at first glance, craspeds are tall, slender flowers with a very long stem and a ball-shaped flower. Some say that the craspedia looks like drum sticks and do not hesitate to nickname it as such. Native to Australia and New Zealand, it takes your customers on a journey through your beautiful bouquets. To use the special charm of the craspedia, you can choose from an infinite number of possibilities. Want to keep it simple? Add craspedia to a bouquet of stabilized and dried flowers and foliage. In a vase, it brings a touch of originality that will catch the eye of your customers. The craspedia is versatile, so you can easily incorporate it into any project you undertake. It is especially appealing to DIY jewelry and home decor designers. Thanks to this atypical flower with a spherical shape that you can easily detach from its stem, you can decorate flower crowns, flower arches, flowers under a bell or wall decorations. For weddings, baby showers or birthdays, the craspedia is an ideal stabilized flower to enhance your decorations. Whether you add it to diosmi, yarrow or broom bloom, you are assured of an original and very charming result.
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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.
Stabilised plants are 100% natural. They can only be exposed inside. They require no maintenance, no watering and no special light. They keep their freshness and flexibility for several years. A few tips to keep your stabilised plants looking fresh:
- Handle the plants with care and delicacy (natural plants are therefore fragile).
- Avoid rooms with a relative humidity of over 80%. Use these products in interiors where the temperature is not lower than 10°C.
- Avoid sudden fluctuations in temperature.
- Avoid placing stabilised plants directly in front of air conditioning.