$2.00 incl. GST
FreshCut Chrysanthemum Pom Pom
$11.00 incl. GST
- PACKING SIZE of 10 stalks per bundle.
- Each stalk is APPROXIMATELY 50-80cm.
- As these imported products are sold in their original packaging, there might be broken stalks due to the shipment handling from the origin country.
- The colors might vary also as every batch is different.
- Hence, please buffer about 10% for spoilage in your event planning.
- As such, these are non-refundable items, and no refund and exchange will be allowed once delivery has been accepted.
- The pom flower is in the same genetic family that includes both chrysanthemums and daisies.
- Poms shine like tiny suns; bright and full on the edges of a floral solar system.
- Each pompon appears as a floating planet with curved petals that form around the globe of vibrant color covering the center of the flower.
- Poms are also called spray mums, having a spray flower growth means clusters of flowers grow from a single stem in a rising forest of blooms.
- Think about the difference between long-stem roses you get for Valentine’s Day compared to smaller arrangements of roses you see in wedding bouquets.
- Long stems are called disbuds which means they grow independently and the smaller clustered spray flowers grow more collectively from one source.
- Part of what defines a pom is the natural way they grow in a protective ball pattern that covers the center of the flower.
- This is also an important reason the natural growth of a pom is valued for adding subtle, yet beautiful volume to flower arrangements.
- A button pom is small and round but has an open center giving it more of the daisy design.
- Green button poms are called Kermit poms named for the beloved frog character, who coincidentally, is as cute as a button.
- Micro poms are daisies that typically look like tiny sunflowers growing in a spray cluster.
- The pompon weed is a wild perennial that grows seasonally and produces light purple flowers.
- Cut stems 45 degrees diagonally with a sharp knife or a pair of scissors.
- Change water every two days.
- Remove any fallen flowers/leaves on the water surface.
- Keep flowers out of direct sunlight and avoid placing in a room with high humidity.
- Add flower food to water if desired to increase lifespan.
- If flowers start to droop, check if there is too much or too little water.
- Re-cut the stems if the end is soggy.