How much are you saving when switching to Artificial Flowers?

Are you sick of replacing the flowers in your office or home week after week? Real flowers are so expensive these days and need to be changed weekly especially in warmer weather. Besides who likes to see a bunch of magnificent oriental lilies or roses die and make a mess throughout the week, it takes away from the whole experience.

Artificial flowers now days are so realistic that you’d mistake them for being real, there low maintenance and very cost effective allowing you to focus on what’s more important whether it be your job or free time.

Artificial flowers vary in cost greatly, they can start at around $5.50 per stem to $40 per stem depending on size and quality. Below is a price guide of some fake flowers, there quality and what you can expect to pay:

Hydrangeas: Range from $5.50 to $24.50 per stem, highly realistic, some paper/dried effect, others silk and fresh effect. Large look fantastic on mass, small look great integrated into bouquets and arrangements.

Australian Natives: Range from $7.50 to $14.50 per stem, highly realistic. Look fantastic when integrated with other stems such as roses and foliage.

Real Touch Lillies: $15.00 per bunch, highly realistic real touch fabric.

Lavender: $11.50 per bunch, highly realistic, look great integrated with foliage such as sage bush.

Magnolias: Range from $12.50 to $29.50 per stem. If you really want to make a statement a large vase of artificial magnolias looks amazing, incredibly elegant. Look great integrated with real magnolia foliage.

Roses: Range from $17.50 to $19.50 dependent on style. They have a timeless look and look fantastic mixed with Australian natives.

The majority of artificial flower stems are very reasonably priced in comparison to their real counterpart and will save a lot of money in the long run. Real flowers can cost up to $30 a week for fairly basic arrangements, over a year this can add up to be a lot of money making the fake option very appealing.


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