Six artificial pink tulips: 3 tulips in hot-pink and 3 tulips in a lighter shade of pink. These high quality tulips are combined with a great imitation of eucalyptus. My favorite combination.
Specifics of the artificial pink tulips
These artificial pink tulips are a perfect imitation of a simple and beautiful bunch of peony tulips. They even feel like their fresh counterparts. They are what we call ‘real touch’. You can put them in a glass vase with water as if they’re real and no-one would know.
The stems are wired so you can bend them in any way you like to match the arrangement on the image. The stems are sealed so you can put the bouquet in water to add to the effect. Just make sure that when you decide to cut the stems a little shorter you’ll have to re-seal them before you put them in water as the wire may rust.
The height of the tulips is 39 cm.
Both the pink and the hot pink tulips come in bundles of three.
Real touch flowers
These beautiful imitations of pink peony tulips 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.
Specifics of the eucalyptus.
I’ve added 2 artificial eucalyptus branches. 35 cm long and both with 5 twigs. From every twig a few other branches sprout. It is a great imitation of real eucalyptus and also ‘real-touch’. It matches splendidly with other flowers of any colour.
The colour goes from grey green at the bottom of each twig to a lighter grey-green-yellow leaf right at the top. That is why the eucalyptus looks ever so real. The twigs all have a different height. The highest one is 35 cm long.
Bend the main 5 twigs in any way you like, as they are also wired. This makes for easy arranging. Put them in water if you like because the wire is sealed. Just remember to re-seal the wire again, if you cut it short.
The tulip vase in the picture is the 5 x 7 vase by the Dutch Designer Laurens van Wieringen. It’s a rubber vase, inspired by flower fields. It holds the tulips in such a way that they resemble a small patch from the famous Dutch Tulips fields. You need quite a few tulips or something like the eucalyptus, and the effect is well worth it. Laurens also made a smaller version. The 3 x 3 vase. We have it on the site too. Apparently especially designed for international countries where flowers are more rare than in Holland.
Buy this flower arrangement as a bundle and receive a 10% discount.