Perfect petite white blooms that can be displayed by themselves or as an addition to any floral bouquets.
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30 Stems of Million Star Gypsophila
3 bouquets of 10 stems each
The stems are 20" - 24" long
Vase Life: 7 - 14 Days
Stage on arrival: Fresh Open Blooms
Time to Bloom: 12 - 36 Hours
Diameter when bloomed: 3.6" - 7.8"
Many gypsophila(s) per stem
Number of Petals per Flower: N/A
Product Code: million-star-3
Let these fresh stems of million star baby's breath, gypsophila flower fillers online complete your DIY projects, hand bouquets, arrangements and more. With this box of 30 stems, snipped around 20" - 24" long, you can start pairing up different blooms in shades of pink, red, purple, yellow, orange and more. To be honest, almost every flower will go with some million star baby's breath, gypsophila flower fillers online.
The baby's breath plant is usually covered in tiny, five-petaled, white or pink little flowers that last several weeks long. The best part about this flower is that they look wonderful as fresh open blooms or even as dry flowers. Originally, this bloom was widely used as baby shower gifts, decorations or even at church events. Today you can add them into any sort of arrangement from bridal bouquets, chic centerpieces, rustic pieces, a bohemian floral crown and so much more.
Pat KierpaulVerified Buyer
Our theme for our 45th anniversary was winter wonderland. Our centerpieces were simple but elegant bundles of babys breath. I needed a lot and had all I needed because I ordered from Global rose. I got them 2 days early so they would have time to open. Every single stem was perfect. I couldnt be more please with the was quality, price and shipment. Thank for making our day so perfect!!
By joannaVerified Buyer At the last minute, I ordered 200 roses for my wedding. I was concerned that they would arrive too soon, so I contacted the seller. They responded and were able to delay shipment so they would arrive before the wedding but not too far before. The roses arrived one day early, which was fine. I kept them in the box in a cool, dark area of my parents' house (a 1904 Victorian-style house with no air-conditioning in Portsmouth, NH) and they fared perfectly well. My friends handled the bouquets for my wedding (I was a wee bit overwhelmed, ha) so all I did was take the roses from the boxes, cut the bottom of the stems, and place them in water. They did not have thorns at all. I wish I could post a picture of my bouquet (in addition to the roses, we had ranunculus [from another seller] and eucalyptus [from Trader Joe's]) because it was amazing. The roses looked perfect in the bouquets and the centerpieces. They held up really well on the day of the wedding (June 22) and for a few days after. I highly recommend these roses as well as this seller. Thank you for making my wedding spectacular!