Dried flowers for all your decorating needs.
Star Flowers are imported from Brazil. They are a small flower on their natural stem dyed in various colors. Great for flower arrangements and Bouquets.
Palm tree leaves that are cut to shape with the edges burned. The process adds a nice color contrast to the Palm leaves. Imported from India
– Artificial parchment Hydrangea flower on a long stem. A long lasting alternative to the fragile natural Hydrangea flower. Very realistic. Many uses and a good seller.
Floral Buttons are on their natural stem and are great for flower arrangements and bouquets.
This Amaranthus has been preserved. It is very soft and very easy to shape. A variety of colors are offered.
Is an erect, waist high perennial bunch grass with grayish to bluish green leaves. Flowering heads are dense, spike like and usually two to five inches long. Dyed for all your designing needs.
Palm burnt are a natural palm which has the edges burnt for effect.
Permanent Aloe Spray Shoot Botanical. Focal item. Beautiful ribbed design.
Pineapple Button is imported from Brazil. Available in several dyed colors.
These are dyed to meet your color coordination needs. Banksia is a member of the proteaceae family. Instead of the petal arrangement of a normal flower, it has bracts, which are actually modified leaves. Large bloom makes an excellent focal item in dried flower arrangements.
Millets are a group of small seed grains. Most often grown in areas at risk of drought. This variety has a very narrow and long seed head.
Snake leafs are single leafs about one inch wide and 30″ tall.
This is the bloom and seed of the banksia tree. The leaves of the banksia tree are long and slender with a very jagged edge. A unique and beautiful feature. Good to a volume in dried flower arrangements. Very sturdy and long lasting. Ideal for outdoors dried flower wreath.
Also known as Foxtail millet. Setaria is an annual grass with slim,vertical,leafy stems. The seed head is a dense, hairy panicle. The small seeds are encased in a thin, papery hull.