Preserved mimosa red/yellow (14)
Reference : 14-F-FEFL-MIM-09
Bouquet of 100g
What other small shrub could better represent the Côte d'Azur than the mimosa? Bright, vibrant and radiant, let the dry mimosa bring joy to your beautiful creations. These little bright yellow flowers, like little gold coins from the south of France, bring colour and life to the winter season, when they blossom. In this cold and sometimes gloomy season, the mimosa shines with its yellow and green tones, it is perfect to contrast the grey atmosphere of winter and to brighten up your interiors and those of your customers. The mimosa will enhance a monochrome bouquet for example. In a vase, it can be accompanied by dried yellow helichrysum or dried yellow lona, which will create a perfect combination. To bring out its unusual and bright colour, you can create compositions using dried flowers or more neutral foliage. White acrolinium, pink dry delphinium and pink phoenix flower are all good combinations to enhance the dry mimosa and highlight its full potential. Using several branches of mimosa to make a bouquet in a vase, or taking small parts of it to create several DIY creations, embellishing a wreath with dried flowers to make it more lively, this is all the richness and diversity that the dry mimosa offers.
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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.