Helecho Fern, 20 stems, 60cm, Creamy White
STEMS PER BUNCH: 20+
BUNCH LENGTH: Approx. 60-80cm
-Non-edible, and for decorative purposes only.
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Florists use long-preserved ferns in various ways, depending on the desired look and feel of the arrangement. Some of the most common uses for long-preserved ferns in the floral industry include:
- Filler: Preserved Ferns can be used as a filler in fresh or dried flower arrangements, adding texture, depth, and volume to the floral design.
- Accent: Long preserved Ferns can also be used as an accent in arrangements, alone or in combination with other flowers and foliage. Their delicate, feathery appearance adds interest and dimension to the design.
- Wreaths and garlands: Long-preserved ferns can be used to create wreaths and garlands for various occasions, such as weddings, special events, or seasonal decor.
- Boudoir decor: Ferns can also be used in boudoir arrangements and other types of decor, such as centerpieces or table runners, to add a touch of natural beauty and elegance to the space.
These are just a few examples of how florists use long-preserved ferns in the floral industry. The versatility and longevity of these plants make them a popular choice for a wide range of floral designs.