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Wax Flower White

Common Names: waxflower

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With their perfectly round five-petals, white wax flowers add plenty of visual charm to your DIY bouquets, centerpieces and floral designs. Wax flowers (chamelaucium) are native to Australia and are a part of the myrtle family. Their tiny flower heads and needle-like leaves provide a big style punch to rustic, country and boho-inspired weddings and events. In addition to their graceful appearance, these flowers represent lasting success, patience and enduring love, making them the quintessential choice for a wedding.

When it comes to integrating these beauties into your floral designs, you have plenty of options. We have seen them accenting a romantic display of white roses and peonies as well as thistle, statice and greenery, and each look is prettier than the next. Although they are typically used as filler, these flowers do well on their own. Group stems together to form a simple bouquet or use them to accent a garland or to make a delicate floral crown.

Like most filler flowers, wax flowers are gathered together in a grower’s bunch, so the stem count is not always exact. Each bunch can range between seven and 12 stems.

Size: 16"-26" stem length

Vase Life: 7-10 days, depending on environmental conditions

Availability: All year

Suggestions: Use white wax flowers in garlands to decorate entrance ways, window borders and fireplace mantles. Pair white wax flowers with baby’s breath for delicate floral coronets and bouquets. Use them in old-style glass milk bottles or Mason jars for charming rustic flower vases. In addition to sophisticated DIY wedding décor, white wax flowers can be used to decorate dinner party tables and special event banquet dinners.

NOTE: Wax flower tends to shed easily!

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