Description: Pink Protea Daffodils
Specifications: 30cm 2pcs/manuncle
Pink Protea Daffodils, also known as the narrow-leaved sugar bush, is a flowering plant of the genus Protea is endemic to South Africa.
Pink Protea Daffodils are exotic plants that can satisfy their beauty not only during flowering, but also after, as dried flowers.
The flowers are arranged in a flower head, a special type of inflorescence.
Dry flowers have seen an increase in popularity lately-and it's not hard to see why.The flower-drying act dates back to ancient times. Sprinkling flowers was a Victorian pastime, especially for middle-class and upper-class women. Flowers were often pressed between the pages of a book as a memory of a particular person or to preserve the memory of a special event.
The Pink Protea Daffodils are for those who prefer the rustic atmosphere. There is a certain charm that comes with the delicacy of dried flowers. Arrangements with flowers and dried plants can keep graceful lines, textures and colors of flowers and leaves with a subtle and slightly aging look.
There are a few ways that flowers can be dried: with heat, pressing and drying in the air.
How do you take care of Pink Protea Daffodils ?
Taking care of the dried flowers and plants is quite simple. The main factor affecting them is light and humidity. Direct sunlight can cause blurring of flowers. Moisture can be absorbed and can wither.
How long can you enjoy Pink Protea Daffodils ?
Fresh dried flowers partially maintain the quality of natural flowers. However, dried flowers do not last as long as preserved plants. The branches, stems and petals of the dried flowers are more fragile, and the colors of the petals will begin to fade over. While a bouquet of fresh flowers takes about a week with proper care, a bouquet of dried flowers can take up to a few months, making it a more sustainable option for those who are practices. Also, dried flowers and plants are more accessible than fresh cut flowers. In fact, dried flowers can take years with care, making them a much less wasteful option.
Dry flowers are 100% natural and biodegradable, so if you're worried about the environment, they're a pretty good option.
Can we use in combination with preserved preserved plants?
Everyone has different preferences when it comes to flowers: dried flowers, fresh preserved. Each type of flower has a different look, purpose, advantages and disadvantages. It depends on the function of the type and the purpose for which flowers are needed. So the answer is yes, we can use in flower arrangements dried flowers with other types of flowers and cryogenic plants to create floral compositions in vases,.The limit is just your imagination.
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