By Maritza Emerson. Artificial Flowers. Published at Friday, August 10th, 2018 - 14:05:38 PM.
Taking flowers out from their natural ambience into other areas of human proximity calls for skill and expertise. Fragile shelf life imposes precise timing and clarity of purpose in the use of cut flowers. Heat, weight, moisture, packaging and deft handling can all dictate flower longevity.
Open-air arrangements are many. The natural flower garden, landscaped to individual tastes, climate and land contours. To green house cultivations, flower bowers, poolside arrangements and rock gardens that need constant supervision. In clusters or all by themselves flowers can festoon arches, porches, pillars and other outdoor venues as well.
At the present time, silk flowers have become a real option for many people. They have progressed more and now have a fresh and realistic look. In fact, what is referred today to as silk flowers, are not made with real silk but are the blends of complex chemical composites like polyurethane, latex, more advanced polymers and synthetic or natural fabrics. These flowers are shaped from sculpted moulds of high precision forming abilities. With amazing elasticity of stems, foliage and buds they are more similar to the bending flexibility of real flowers. Similar are the artificial flowers with strings of lights! Their speciality is that people can put these flowers into a string of lights and will change to other designs whenever they need.
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