I like to think of this flower as the café au lait of paper daisies. She is blousy and creamy and light as a feather. The petals are thin and delicate, yet dense and full, giving a soft and romantic feel to this Western Australian native.
Unfortunately, the stems are not very sturdy, but I don't see that as a defect in a flower, it simply means that they should be enjoyed in a creative way. I love seeing these flowers hung up along hooks, from a branch, or Flower Hanger. They are ideal for using in wreaths, flower crowns, garlands, and flower clouds; or for draping over the edge of an arrangement or bouquet.
- Naturally dried, Australian wildflowers have been locally grown and carefully hung up to dry in my home studio. My flowers are never preserved, bleached, or treated in any way. They will last for years but can ultimately be home composted.
- Bunches include 20 stems and are beautifully wrapped and carefully packaged, perfect for treating yourself, your home, or a loved one.