Our Rustic spring wreath is a long lasting floral design that which incorporates a myriad of dried florals for a long lasting look.
This bright design uses a mixture leaves and flowers including straw flowers, statice, hops, pepper berries, limonite, hydrangea and bunny tails among other grasses.
This design comes in two sizes: 30cm width (40cm length) and 45cm width (50cm length)
A stunning gift and perfect addition for a door or wall hanging!
Dried flower care tips
Please, no water!
Unlike their fresh friends, dried blooms do not like water. None. It makes their stems weak and mouldy. Keep them warm and dry at all times.
Avoid direct sunlight!
Dried flowers will naturally fade over time, particularly if they are kept in direct sunlight. This is part of their charm, to be enjoyed as much as any other time. But to slow the fade, keep them away from direct sunlight.
They are fragile, and become more fragile as time goes on. You may see some fall out from grasses, some petals or some little blooms but don’t despair. Collect these goodies and enjoy them in another way. For example if you have fallout from lavender, collect it in a little pouch to rub and smell it for a calming burst of scent.
A quiet place!
They’re best suited to a spot with little movement. Probably not be best to be placed on a dining table where they’ll be lifted up and down or moved around a lot. They would be better suited to a side table perhaps, a more ‘permanent’ spot.
Keep out of reach of little people and fluffy things
They’re best kept out of reach of children and pets to keep them looking their best for the longest time. To avoid knocks, getting caught in furry coats or smushed by little hands, and to stop them ending up in little mouths – they’re not edible!!
Ensure good airflow around your blooms and prevent temperature fluctuations. They don’t need airflow directly from an open window but in a stagnant or damp room they may become moist. If they become moist they can become mouldy. Sometimes vases can capture moisture and humidity within them so check the stems within the vase now and then – see that they’re nice and dry. If they look a little moist, think about putting them in a different vase.