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The Matira - Preserved Eucalyptus Half Wreath

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£55.00 GBP
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£55.00 GBP
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Named after Matira beach, Bora Bora, French Polynesia.

A mix of preserved eucalyptus foliage in lush greens, combine with crisp and fresh white lace grass and limonium. An everlasting wreath that exudes peace and tranquility.

Perfect for scandi-inspired interiors!

Wreath base is handmade in antique brass with jute hanger. Dimensions are approximate as each is handmade to order.

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Size: 55 cm

Care: Keep me out of direct sunlight and high-moisture environments (bathroom).

Why dried flowers?

Long lasting.
Dried and preserved flowers last indefinitely, creating everlasting joy and producing less waste.
Making them much better value compared to fresh-cut flowers.

Hassle free.
No more battling to keep blooms from wilting; dried flowers require no water or feeding.
They're more than happy to be left to do their thing and brighten up a dull corner.

Conscious choice.
You can do your bit for the environment when choosing dried florals over fresh ones.
Did you know that fresh-cut stems need to travel in refrigerated containers, using around 25% more fuel?!
Plus, 10% of our profits are donated to Cool Earth, make a difference with every order.

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What to expect when you buy dried flowers or home decor products from Ivy Nook
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How long do they last?
Our dried and preserved floral wreaths and installations last for at least a year, but much longer in most cases.

Can they be delivered?
Yes, all standard products are available for UK delivery. Options will be available at checkout. Bespoke items may differ - this will be advised on quotation.

Do they need any care?
As long as you keep them out of direct sunlight and at normal room temperature, dried wreaths and installations don't need any maintenance. It is advised not to display outdoors, and to avoid any extremes in temperature - high heat/humidty or cold.

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