WOW0821240209BLCLJLLLML

My Cart
Checkout Secure Checkout Secure Checkout Secure

Pink Cornflowers

Your Price:
£2.29
Quantity
 

Free UK Shipping on All orders!

Why shop with us?

  • Image of Free UK Shipping Image of Free UK Shipping Image of Free UK Shipping
  • Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX) Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX) Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX)
  • Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX) Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX) Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX)
  • Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX) Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX) Image of Free shipping (when you spend over XXX)
COMMON NAME Standardized: cornflower Other: bachelor's button, cyani
BOTANICAL NAME Centaurea cyanus Plant Family: Asteraceae
INTRODUCTION Cornflower is a common wildflower that has been cultivated as a garden flower for centuries. Originally a native of the Near East, cornflower now grows wild over much of Europe and the temperate regions of North America. The cornflower gets its formal name from a minor goddess, Cyanus, and its genus name from a mythical Centaur (from the Greek Centaurea), whose name was Chiron. Chiron was a renowned herbalist in Greek mythology, and is credited with teaching mankind about the healing power of herbs. In many areas of the Europe, cornflowers are considered invasive weeds, despite the fact that they are also sought after garden flowers. They are annuals and biennials that often self sow and reseed themselves, making them difficult to eradicate. They got the name Bachelor's buttons in Victorian England because young women would wear them as a sign of availability.
CONSTITUENTS Anthocyans, coumarins, flavonoids
PARTS USED Petals
TYPICAL PREPARATIONS Infusion, Cornflower petals are also very popular as ingredient in soaps, bath bombs, candles, potpourri, confetti and dyes.
PRECAUTIONS Specific: No known precautions.
General: We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
For educational purposes only This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Dried Flowers
These lovingly - tended Botanicals are perfect for any craft projects like bath bombs, candles, soaps, salves, potpourri or as natural confetti.

All Dry flowers offered are food grade and suitable for culinary uses. You can use them in blends of teas, tinctures, infusions, to decorate cake, dessert as cocktail garnishes etc.

Biodegradable Confetti
Single litres are sold without cones and will serve approx 10 - 12 guests depending on your method of distribution (10-12 Handfuls).

Confetti is sent to you in a re-sealable bag which if kept in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, will keep for months, although we generally advise you to buy dried flowers up to 8 months in advance to reduce the risk of color or scent fade.
All deliveries takes place within one working day after receiving payment. For more detail please visit Delivery page.
- Top Quality Products - Free Shipping on All Orders - Same or Next Day Dispatch - Excellent Customer Service
COMMON NAME Standardized: cornflower Other: bachelor's button, cyani
BOTANICAL NAME Centaurea cyanus Plant Family: Asteraceae
INTRODUCTION Cornflower is a common wildflower that has been cultivated as a garden flower for centuries. Originally a native of the Near East, cornflower now grows wild over much of Europe and the temperate regions of North America. The cornflower gets its formal name from a minor goddess, Cyanus, and its genus name from a mythical Centaur (from the Greek Centaurea), whose name was Chiron. Chiron was a renowned herbalist in Greek mythology, and is credited with teaching mankind about the healing power of herbs. In many areas of the Europe, cornflowers are considered invasive weeds, despite the fact that they are also sought after garden flowers. They are annuals and biennials that often self sow and reseed themselves, making them difficult to eradicate. They got the name Bachelor's buttons in Victorian England because young women would wear them as a sign of availability.
CONSTITUENTS Anthocyans, coumarins, flavonoids
PARTS USED Petals
TYPICAL PREPARATIONS Infusion, Cornflower petals are also very popular as ingredient in soaps, bath bombs, candles, potpourri, confetti and dyes.
PRECAUTIONS Specific: No known precautions.
General: We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
For educational purposes only This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Dried Flowers
These lovingly - tended Botanicals are perfect for any craft projects like bath bombs, candles, soaps, salves, potpourri or as natural confetti.

All Dry flowers offered are food grade and suitable for culinary uses. You can use them in blends of teas, tinctures, infusions, to decorate cake, dessert as cocktail garnishes etc.

Biodegradable Confetti
Single litres are sold without cones and will serve approx 10 - 12 guests depending on your method of distribution (10-12 Handfuls).

Confetti is sent to you in a re-sealable bag which if kept in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, will keep for months, although we generally advise you to buy dried flowers up to 8 months in advance to reduce the risk of color or scent fade.
All deliveries takes place within one working day after receiving payment. For more detail please visit Delivery page.
- Top Quality Products - Free Shipping on All Orders - Same or Next Day Dispatch - Excellent Customer Service

Related Products


Recently Viewed

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
F
F.D.
Great products.

Added to cart!