Faux native flowers have become popular, and Australian native flowers have, over the past decades, increased in popularity with flower lovers. With their distinctive look, sophistication, and wide range of textures and colours, it is easy to see why they are so well-loved. Indigenous flowers, such as those found on the ubiquitous eucalyptus, eclectic eucalyptus, protea, boronia, wattle, or even kangaroo paw, have also become popular as faux flowers.
When Selecting Artificial Australian Native Flowers for an Arrangement Consider These Tips
Because many Australian native flowers are difficult to procure, opting for faux flowers is an easy way of having these never-ending beauties around. Native blossoms offer a riot of colour with their mix of reds, pinks, and yellows, as well as hues of soft green and blue.
If you want subtle green or grey flora, the eucalyptus will work well in large arrangements. Eucalyptus branches add structure, texture and fullness to a bouquet. Eucalyptus is also versatile as you can combine them with classic flowers such as roses.
Another native that you ought to consider is the Cascara berry, with its gorgeous fruity sprays. They come in rich burgundy-coloured berries, offset by muted green leaves. The berries will add not only colour but will work well with a great variety of greens.
Gum nut blends well with other native plants. Faux stems of the gum nut can look incredibly natural and realistic. More so, these are good to add volume to a large floral arrangement.
Tips For Styling Your Own Artificial Native Flower Arrangements
If you want that magazine-ready look with low maintenance, faux flowers could be your answer. Here are some tips to follow to get the look just right.
You can start with your theme, which includes the sort of look you are after, and the colour scheme you want. You might want something either whimsical or classic, incorporating elements of native flowers. Artificial native flowers could be the answer − we have a wide range of native plants from which to select. For instance, if you want indigenous while adhering to a classic, conservative look, you could consider one of Australia’s orchids.
You can also keep your arrangement interesting by adding an unconventional item such as a watering can or a rusty bucket. You can also extend the use of your flowers by changing the container they are in, for instance, you can use a vase with yellow wattle flowers, changing the base to a wicker basket the following year. Alternatively, you can move the arrangement from the table, and place it on the floor.
Don’t forget to add texture and height to your arrangement, especially if you are using real-touch flowers. Real-touch flowers do indeed present an authentic appearance and have the feel of real flowers. For an interesting bouquet, you can mix textures, contrasting delicate flowers with plants of a rough wooden texture. This contrast will assist you in creating an exciting and novel arrangement that will also be a talking point.
Why Purchase From Our Selection Artificial Australian Natives?
Floralistic provides realistic faux flowers that inspire and delight and are ideal for any occasion. We also offer a wide selection of native Australian flowers, available as single stems or in arrangements. You can select exceptionally realistic looking specimens, such as eucalyptus, or eucalyptus gum blossoms, or arrangements with yellow wattle, Proteaceae flowers and eucalyptus. Our products stand head and shoulders above those of our competitors; in fact, we have no rivals in our class.
Native flowers have become extremely desirable for beautifying the indoor environment. Real flowers are notoriously difficult to find, and they are costly and perishable. An easy way to get the look is with artificial flowers. High-quality faux floral arrangements will always enhance a space by adding colour and texture. Our bouquets look natural alongside any classic flowers, such as roses. Contact us for high-quality faux floral arrangements.