Proteas and Leucadendrons Discussions
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Wow! The Pincushion harvest is really coming in now! Have you ever noticed how the pins are sometimes more developed on one side of the flower than the other? That is the side the was facing the sun for the longest part of the day. Of course as the season progresses we will get more and more open Pincushions until we are shipping nearly 100% open. I hope you all enjoy them as we are expecting a great season. Thanks to Sierra for helping me tell the world about my Pins.
- Member Since: 29/01/2011
I am trying to figure out the best uses for leucadendrons...better in corporate displays, weddings, funerals? Any help would be a great help!!!!
- Member Since: 28/02/2012
I love pink mink protea! But they rarely open for me. But when they do - WOW! Is there a special trick in processing to encourage this?
- Member Since: 16/11/2011
Leucadendron is such a fabulous fall product! With so many different varieties available, it's easy to add interesting structure and texture to your designs using different types of leucadendron. Some are small and graceful, others are strong and masculine. How do you sell or use different varieties of leucadendron?
does any know a supplier in Miami where I can purchase banksia protea from? I need them for the 10th August, 2011
- Member Since: 03/02/2011
Wow...great new pincushion pictures! Please tell us what months these varieties are available so we can plan our purchases and inform our clients...
- Member Since: 04/01/2011
I recently had Protea Brenda in a vase for 4 weeks! Sure I had to trim some of the foliage back as it dried in but the flower lasted a full month. Have others shared this experience of having Protea? I used to think they didn't last long but have discovered that when you get a fresh, quality protea with good post harvest treatment they can be very long lasting.