White strawflowers are one of my favourite varieties because as they dry, their colour gently fades from bright white to a glowing, ivory shade, which makes them look like antiques, the colour reminding me of creamy salt-glazed stoneware, some with the tiniest kiss of pink. These strawflowers are on their natural stems, many of which are multi-branching with many blooms.
These large blooms sit on their natural stems, many of which are multi-branching with several flowers. Strawflowers are one of the best dried flowers to add to your home, or gift to a loved one, because they dry flawlessly and last for so many years.
Use these little gems to fill up bud vases around your home, or add them your own everlasting bouquets and arrangements. Please bear in mind that strawflowers on natural stems can sometimes droop; if this happens, you can simply hang them upside down until the air dries out and the stems stiffen again. Many people use these flowers for creative projects such a wreath-making, flower crowns, weaving projects, table decor, and for styling photoshoots. Bunches also look lovely hung from a hook or up against a wall or door.
- Australian grown and naturally dried to perfection in my home studio, bunches are beautifully double-wrapped in tissue paper and twine and are a lovely treat for yourself or a loved one; if you are gifting, you can leave me a note in 'Your Bag' before checking out so that I can add in a special message with your order.
- Bunches measure approximately L 30cm x W 20 and contain at least 7 multi-branching stems with large blooms, some flowers can be open and some closed
- Dried flowers are delicate, handle your flowers carefully, and try to keep them away from moisture and direct sunlight