Dried birdsfoot trefoil nature (24)
Reference : 24-SEC-FL-LOT-08
Available stock : 9 units
The wild and natural allure of birdsfoot trefoil will make you fall in love with it. As light and airy in the field as it is in your arrangements, this dried flower will bring breadth and lightness to your work. Back to basics, using birdsfoot trefoil in a dry bouquet or on its own in a large vase will remind your customers of the feeling of a breath of fresh air. This plant, also known as horned clover, bride's slipper or baby Jesus' slipper, is a very hardy plant in its natural state. It can live in meadows at altitudes of up to 3000m in Europe, Asia and North Africa. A true wildflower, the trefoil will blend in perfectly with its fellow plants, the pampas, the lagurus or the phalaris are three perfect examples. It is one of the most authentic dried flowers and is the ideal choice for creating a friendly, country atmosphere in the home. One of the most country-like plant species, probably the most mountainous, the dried trefoil is widely used in interior design with a natural and classic look. In particular, it is a great asset for adding a splash of colour to the omnipresent white of wedding decorations. With birdsfoot trefoil, it becomes very easy to provide your flower arches, table decorations or floral aisles in the most elegant way. Trefoil is also a timeless ingredient in DIY creations. In jewellery, flower crowns, flower brooches, bracelets, but also in wall decorations, flower frames or flower hangers. It is a must and will give your customers a feeling of nature, peace and quiet and, of course, of the Savoyard spring. Finally, there is nothing better to decorate an interior than to keep it in a vase. It will delight your interior as well on its own as with other dried and stabilised plants.
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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!