The globe amaranth has been a symbol of immortality for centuries.
A sphere of luminosity atop each stem, this amaranth has the amazing ability to last for years when dried. In another reference to its long life, the globe amaranth, with blooms of white, orange, pink or purple, was given in the Victorian era as a way to say, “My love will never fade or die!”
Globe Amaranth flowers consist of stiff, erect clover-like blossoms on branches of silvery green stems, bearing in a variety of vibrant colors. The flowers dry as bright, colorful and showy as they are fresh, with color and integrity lasting for many years.
Please note each bunch is unique and may vary slightly from the image.
Approximate size Ranges in length from 10″ to 14″ or longer; blossoms range from 1/2″ to 3/4″ diameter globes.
How to care for dried flowers
Dried flowers will last up to three years if properly cared for.
Do not place in direct sunlight or anywhere where there is too much humidity or moisture or near a heater.
To clean use a hairdryer on low speed or take outside and shake down gently.