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Acroclinium white (drylin) - dried flowers
Acroclinium white (drylin) - dried flowers
Acroclinium white (drylin) - dried flowers
Acroclinium white (drylin) - dried flowers

Acroclinium white (drylin) - dried flowers

  • White ruscus bouquet
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Acroclinium, Helipterum or Suchlin is a plant that delights with its colorful inflorescence throughout the summer, and in the form of a dried bouquet can restore the summer aura on gray and cold winter days. Dried white sunnies fit perfectly into the boho vibe and bring to mind hot, sunny afternoons. The versatile design makes the dried flowers look good on their own and as part of a composition.

Detailed information

  • Length: 40-50 cm
  • The price is for one bundle which contains approx. 50-60g


The picture shows the approximate size of the bundle. To ensure a bountiful bouquet of dried plants, we are guided primarily by the weight of the flowers, not the number of stems in the bunch.

Our products are of natural origin, so their leaves, inflorescences and fruits may be slightly brittle.

Care of dried flowers

Dried flowers can please your eye for a long time. However, a few simple rules should be kept in mind.

  • Don't keep droughts in full sunlight
  • Avoid moisture
  • Vacuum your plants regularly with a hair dryer, compressed air or dry paper towel

Dried plants can be composted.

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