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a bloom jar with cotton plant and dried foliages

Wild Wanderlust Bloom Jar


Bring the beauty of the outdoors into your home with our Wild Wanderlust Bloom Jar.


This unique and attractive arrangement is crafted with a mix of cotton flowers, lavender, wheat, and eucalyptus leaves, giving it a natural and rustic charm.


Whether displayed on a table top or used as home decor, this jar will add a touch of wild wanderlust to any space. Perfect for bringing a bit of the outdoors inside, this jar is sure to bring a sense of tranquility and beauty to your home.


Add a touch of nature to your home with our Wild Wanderlust Bloom Jar today. 


Height of jar and flowers is approximately 25-28CM.



Our flowers vary daily due to seasons and inspiration, and so will your bouquet. What you receive will be different from the pictures that we show, as every flower, even in the same tone or colours, have their unique shades and tones. All pictures are only for colour references and style. 

  • Care & Maintenance

    1. Do not water your preserved flowers. Preserved flowers are real flowers that have undergone a special process  to remove their moisture and that will preserve its shape and colour. Therefore, they are unalive and do not need to be watered.


    2. Keep them away from direct sunlight and heat . Preserved flowers should not be exposed to the sun for prolonged periods, as exposure to these elements may cause the colours of the preserved flowers to fade or change over time.


    3. Keep them out of humid places or environments as it may make them more prone to mould and bacteria growth. Using silica gel packets can help absorb and retain water vapour which can prevent moulding and damage overtime.


    4. Avoid pressing, bending or spraying any form of liquid on the preserved flowers or stems. They are delicate and can be damaged easily. Spraying any form of liquid can also ruin their preservation and cause them to rot.


    5. If you would like to clean your preserved flowers, do gently dust them with a soft brush.


    6. Preserved flowers can last up to several months or years if propelrly cared for. However, due to natural elements, preserved flowers will eventually deteriorate, so do enjoy them while they look great and vibrant!

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