Preserved Brake fern green
Reference : 8-FE-FOU-BRA-01
Bouquet of 10 stalks
Combined with many other plants, the stabilized ferns will be the perfect complement to your bouquets, paintings and green walls. This, in different colors such as olive green, green, white and red. Ferns have existed for millions of years. Nature offers a large number of varieties of ferns. It is a rather wild plant that is found very regularly in the forest. Its large elongated leaves, or those covered with a multitude of smaller ones, make it a very graphic and often voluminous plant species. The fern can be staged in several ways: Placed delicately between two glass plates or use to complete your plant pictures, the fern is very versatile. It will give a very nice light aspect to your work. To embellish your more imposing plant walls and give them an exotic touch or simply to decorate exhibition stands during public events, this is the specialty of the stabilized fern. Your decorations will not go unnoticed and will remain in perfect condition throughout the event. And if you protect them well, you will be able to reuse these same plants during several successive events. The brake fern is one of the most voluminous ferns in the Phocealys catalog. Thanks to its amplitude, it is perfect to give to your creations a bigger volume and an incomparable presence.
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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.