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Preserved Solidago (13)
Reference : 13-F-FEFL-SOL-01
Color : Green
Solidago is also known as golden sheaf or almond. Native to North America, solidago in its natural state is a bright yellow reminiscent of gold and blooms from July until the fall season. Phocealys proposes to use solidago as a decorative element in its stabilized form. Reminiscent of limonium, solidago is a denser stabilized plant whose flowers are more solidified. To dress up an interior and give it a touch of nature, using stabilized solidago is an ideal option. Alone in a vase or in combination with other stabilized or dried plants, solidago brings out the charm of an interior. To create a decorative bouquet from a few branches of solidago, consider pairing it with stabilized craspedia, dried poppy and even stabilized roses. Solidago is a flowering foliage that gives volume and presence to your creations. You can use it in large-scale projects such as plant walls, plant panels or plant frames for example. If you want to bring a breath of fresh air to a decoration, for an event or to decorate a store, solidago is made for you. To vary the styles, two different colors are available. Find the green solidago and the red solidago on the Phocealys catalog. We offer you 100% European solidago bouquets, they come directly from Spain.
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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.
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