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Pioentulpen | 39 cm | lavendel | bosje van 3

Pioentulpen | 39 cm | lavendel | bosje van 3

 20,50 incl BTW

22 op voorraad

22 op voorraad

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Artificial Lavender Peony Tulips

Three high quality, artificial, lavender colored, peony tulips in a bundle. Or you might want to call them a ‘lighter shade of purple’.
‘Each stem is leafed with two perfect imitations of leaves and the stem+flower is 39 cm in height.

Mimic the whimsical growth of tulips in a vase, by bending the stems of these tulips as they are wired. Or you can have them bend over the side of the vase as real tulips do too.

It’s perfectly fine to put them in water to add to the ‘real-effect’. Just remember to re-seal the wires if you cut the tulips short. Otherwise the wire may be exposed to the water and therefore will rust.

Real touch flowers

These tulips are ‘Real touch’ flowers, as we call them. Real touch flowers are an artificial flower that are very realistic both in look and feel. They are made of polyether polyurethane, we call ‘real touch’. It is a new component. It is used instead of plastic or silk to offer a more natural look and feel, which sometimes can be mistaken as a real flower. Seriously, they look, feel and actually move like real tulips.

Real touch flowers are appealing for not only their touch and feel but also their texture and vivid color. Their characteristic is amazing because the flower head is not easily broken by folding. Furthermore, as a flower material, polyurethane is stable and does not change easily. If you feel the tulips need a rinse, just hold them under running water. The flower will keep it’s shape even after being subjected to external forces such as squeezing and pressing. You can touch and feel the tulip veins as they are not printed on the petals like on the traditional silk flower heads or leaves. They have the same touch and feel of fresh flowers even under sunlight.


These artificial lavender peony tulips also look great when combined with our eucalyptus or rooting pussy willow. My favorite combination. And mix them with other tulips like the green or orange tulip bundles, or the fuchsia, yellow or white peony tulips to arrange a terrific eye-catcher. Have a look at the pictures.

– Enjoy!