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vngarden Seattle, WA Please id the burgundy leaves of the flora bouquet, not the Alstromeria, or Mum.
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Vestia San Francisco, CA that is the dyed foliage of a
Pittosporum I believe.
vngarden Seattle, WA no wonder they look so familiar.
growin Vancouver, BC (Zone 8b) Looks more like something Proteaceae than Pittosporum.
Vestia San Francisco, CA
growin wrote:Looks more like something Proteaceae than Pittosporum.
certainly could be...
what were you thinking?
growin Vancouver, BC (Zone 8b) I was just noticing the thickness of the leaves and how the leaves go along the stem. Maybe Leucadendron or Banksia or something along those lines. From my experience Pittosporum foliage doesn`t last too long out of water as it`s pretty soft and thin. Like the plant, though, in arrangements as fresh.
Vestia San Francisco, CA could be a
vngarden Seattle, WA Yeah, I think it is the leaves of Banksia praemorsa. Why they have to dye like that?
growin Vancouver, BC (Zone 8b) Could be. The serration fits. Going through the Banksia in PF, Dryandra looks close.
growin Vancouver, BC (Zone 8b) Reminds me. I`ve gotta colour my hair.
kwanjin West Valley City, UT (Zone 7a) Please don't make it the same red.
Vestia San Francisco, CA Local grower says its leftovers of
Banksia integrifloia; apparently they have a lot of wasted foliage when they harvest flowers, and to make some use of it. they dye it and sell it.
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