Though pincushion protea is an unusual flower, we sell quite a bit of it at Fly Me to The Moon Florists.
I've been seeing more and more floral designers using these striking flowers alone in flower arrangements.
We use them in mixed arrangements with roses, callas, chrysanthemums and other flowers.
But I'd love to start making pincushion flower arrangements. I'd have to have just the right customer though.
Here's a link that illustrates the different varieties of pincushion protea available.
What do you think of these pincushion flower arrangements?
Image: Colin Cowie
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