Purples, Whites and Greens
A striking autumn silk flower outdoor planter.
Black, plastic 30cm planter pot.
Outdoor pots and hanging baskets are plastic/metal. Sand is added to the bottom of some plant pots for added weight and stability.
Dry foam oasis holds the flowers and sealant is used to keep the oasis stable.
Dried sphagnum moss is the finishing touch to the top of the planter, pinned down by galvanised fencing staples or mossing pins.
The artificial flowers are mixed materials, silk and plastic.
All artificial flowers contain wire.
The actual flower colours may vary slightly to the photographs.
All sizes are approximate.
H – 420mm
W – 400mm
Weight - 1377g
Products used – Sand, dry foam oasis, silicone/sealant, dried sphagnum moss, staples/mossing pins.
Products are for ornamental use only and are not toys, please be careful of small parts that could come loose or sharp objects.
The metal pots or planters may have a slight risk of tarnishing or rusting.
When your amazingly artificial bouquets arrive open the box and carefully remove them.
Are you giving them as a gift? just gently straighten out the cellophane, write on the tag and hand them over.
If the bouquet is for you then the flowers may need a little titivating to get them just how you want them. The wire in each flower makes them easy to position.
If the stems are too long or you would like to have a variation in the length of your flowers? It’s easy peasy to sort out. A wire cutter will do the job but please be careful when trimming.
Flowers that need no watering, no dead heading or pruning, how fantastic is that??? A beautiful bouquet that will last a long time.
Here’s a couple of tips to keep your flowers looking artificially amazing.
Due to delicate materials our blooms are best used indoors and out of direct sunlight. The sun may cause the colours to fade.
To keep them looking their best it’s worthwhile taking a couple of minutes to remove the dirt or dust.
A hairdryer will blow the dust away and the flowers may have to be repositioned afterwards. A damp clean cloth can be used on the foliage to remove dirt. Kitchen roll can then be used to towel dry any water marks.
Please do not use cleaning products or attempt to clean silk plants using this method as it may cause the colours to run.