The popularity of magnolia has endured for ages. The flowering tree and shrub was named for Pierre Magnol (1638-1751), Director of the Botanic Garden in Montpellier, France, but the magnolia has been important throughout the ages: in ancient China, the magnolia was a symbol of womanly beauty and gentleness. In Victorian times, magnolia represented dignity and nobility. Today it is a symbol of southern charm.
This gorgeous preserved variety brings a timeless quality to any arrangement. The velvety copper underside opposite a rich dark sheen makes for a beautiful foliage.
measures approx. 18"
Dried and preserved flowers and foliage are affected by moisture, humidity, high heat and direct sunlight. For longevity, these are best kept indoors. Please refer to our FAQ page for more details.