Effortlessly sophisticated, this Light Pink Tintagel Leucospermum Stem has three heads with varying shades of pink. The fresh looking blooms are each a lightly different hue, see second picture attached for a close up. So realistic, it could be mistaken for the real thing, yet this will last substantially longer.
Display these in a simple bunch for a quick contemporary bouquet or place a single stem in a tall, thin necked ceramic vase for a side table feature. These can also look wonderful as feature in a large mixed bouquet with a selection of other faux flowers. Perfect for pairing with peonies, daisies and dahlias in similar colours with some fluffy foliage to give it some structural integrity.
This upright evergreen shrub is native to South Africa and Zimbabwe. Like proteas, it has a globe shaped pincushion-type flowers in pastel pink colours. Whilst commonly grown in South African gardens, it’s less well known in the UK. The distinctive spiky flower heads work perfectly in bouquets and can be wonderful in wedding floristry or arts and crafts.
- Height: 84cm
- Bloom colour: 3 different shades of pink
- Wired Stem
- Leaf colour: medium green
- Stem colour: texture green and brown combination