Bells Of Ireland Flowers
10 stems per bunch.
1 or more bunches
$25.50 per bunch
- * Actual product may vary from image.
Common Names: Shell Flower, Molucca Balm
Standing tall and proud, Bells of Ireland garner lots of praise for their unique hue and their cup-shaped green calyxes. Did you know that bells of Ireland are not native to Ireland? They are actually found throughout Turkey, Syria and the Caucasus. In the language of flowers, they represent good luck, linking their name to Ireland and the luck of the Irish. Also known as shell flower and molucca balm, bells of Ireland are a part of the mint family. Upon closer examination, you will find small white flowers buried deep inside. Bells of Ireland are a popular choice for weddings, graduations, anniversaries and any occasion where you want to spread some good luck. In addition to their charm, they have a lovely, sweet scent that softly fills the air.
They are easy to dry out, making them an excellent choice for dried arrangements, too. Use them to make wreaths, garlands, swags and more.
|Size:||24"-36"stem, blooms are 1"-2" long|
|Vase Life:||5-7 days|
|Price Class:||$ $|
|Suggestions:||Bells of Ireland couple well with bright flowers. They also look quite astonishing with more contemporary all-foliage arrangements. Because of their height, they look beautiful with long-stemmed flowers in tall arrangements. To achieve this look, use calla lilies, exotic red ginger, stock, delphinium, snapdragons or lisianthus.|
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