Paradise Bouquet Paradise Bouquet
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Paradise BouquetParadise Bouquet
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Paradise Bouquet

  • £45.00 inc VAT

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  • Height: 64cm approximately
  • Width: 28cm
  • Number of stems: 23
  • Weight: 800g
  • Stem length to leaves: 30cm

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If the product isn’t suitable or you simply don’t like it, you can return it to us for a full refund.

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Categories: Flowers, Bouquets

Designed for Indoor Use

This product is designed for indoor use because it isn't UV stable.

This doesn't necessarily mean that you can't use them outside.... we just don't recommend it.

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Available for immediate dispatch

This product is available for immediate dispatch and is eligible for our upgraded delivery options. Delivery costs from £3.99 inc VAT.

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We offer a market-leading 60 day returns policy. Simply get in touch and then return the goods to us...

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Reviews & Questions

Here's Everything You Need To Know

What options are there?

This elegant artificial flower arrangement is approximately 64cm tall from the bottom of the stems to the top of the flowers. The foliage starts at around 30cm and is designed to sit around the rim of your vase. Therefore if you’re using a shorter vase we recommend trimming each of the stems accordingly. Each bouquet has three palm leaves, eight roses in yellow and white, four lilies and four seed pods.

Each of our Perennial Blooms flower bouquets is hand-tied by our team, so there may be slight variations in the measurements and patterns.

Will you be able to tell it’s not real?

The paradise bouquet is made from made up of 23 quality stems. Each of the flowers has a real-touch feel to them making them incredibly realistic and highly likely to fool your friends and family even after they carry out the ‘touch test!’

Where should you put it?

The paradise bouquet is perfect for adding a dash of subtle colour to any room. The palm fronds are excellent if you’re looking to include some stylish greenery in your home decor. Plus the delicate roses and lilies add pretty, everlasting colour that would work well in your kitchen, bedroom or dining room.

When the paradise bouquet arrives this what you need to do:


  1. Unpack
  2. Our Perennial Blooms bouquet range are packed into a made to measure box with inserts to hold the flowers upright in transit. When your flowers arrive, open the box and remove your bouquet.

  3. Arrange or Split
  4. Our team have arranged and hand-tied your new faux bouquet for you, making it pretty much ready to go straight into a vase of your choice.

    Alternatively, the Perennial Blooms range is designed so that you can split the flowers into more than one vase. To do this, untie the string and separate the stems to create your own unique arrangements.

  5. Cut to size
  6. If you’re using a shorter vase you may want to trim each stem to size. Each stem has an internal wire so we recommend using plyers or wire cutters for this. Alternatively, you can cut around the plastic and bend the wire in multiple directions until it breaks.

What about ongoing maintenance?

Artificial flowers are a fantastic way to add colour and style to your home without the maintenance require for real ones. To keep them looking fabulous you may need to give each flower and quick clean with a wet wipe to remove any dust or debris and keep them looking fresh.

Did you know?

The use of flower arrangements for interior décor has a long history that goes as far back as ancient Egypt. Palm leaves were often used along with herbs, irises and more. Their use in Europe was first documented among the Dutch in the 18th century where arrangements were used to decorate the houses of wealthy families and aristocracy.

Looking for something else?

If the paradise bouquet isn’t what you’re looking for, check out our full range of Perennial Blooms flowers here.


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