Craspedia or Drumstick Flower per branch

€0,65 €0,49
Article number: E18_CRASPEDIA
Availability: In stock (205)
Delivery time: 2 - 4 working days

Craspedia is also called Drumstick Flower or Billy Button and is a funny flower with a hard yellow ball on a long thin stem without leaves, original and very long lasting.

Craspedia globosa "Golf Beauty" is originally from New Zealand, Australia and Tasmania. It is a separate plant with flowers like yellow golf balls on bare sturdy stems. This playful flower can be dried very well. This allows you to enjoy this fun flower even more and for longer!

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| Kristina Frey 18-06-2020 23:56

What a pleasure to receive my order! Beautifuly wrapped and in perfect condition. Thank you so much!

| David Taylor 28-09-2019 11:24

Hello Maria,
I don’t know if you received my earlier message on your feedback form - if not I received the flowers in amazingly quick time and they certainly were the best bunch of craspedia I have yet seen! Thank you so much for a really excellent service, I am very impressed,
My very best wishes to you,

| Dina Bleekers 01-04-2019 20:44

Wat een feest op tafel zijn deze gele bolletjes. Maria bedankt voor je hulp en snelle service!

| Heleen Bent 24-03-2019 11:37

Samen met de haver en katoentakken besteld, wat zijn deze gele bolletjes toch leuk !

| Jeanne Linders 20-03-2019 12:15

Helemaal happy met mijn gele bloemetjes... top !

| Petra Janssen 12-03-2019 09:03

Deze craspedia's zijn zo super leuk, ik heb ze besteld met andere gele bloemen en katoentakken om uit te proberen voor Pasen.
Het staat echt zo ontzettend leuk op tafel, gelijk in de paassfeer! AANRADER !!

5 stars based on 6 reviews
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