Pink Hanging Pepperberry Foliage
Pink Hanging Pepperberry Foliage is a DIY wedding flower favorite for its subtle pink texture! Many brides love the tiny pink berries. Pink Hanging Pepperberry can be used in DIY boutonnieres, bridal bouquets, and centerpieces.
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- Stem Count: Growers bunch. Medium to large bunch sizes. Averages 5-8 main stems with many branching stems.
- Color: Green leaves with multi-colored berries ranging redish, pink, and green.
- Season: Strongest in August- December, but can typically get all year.
- Flower Design Type: Texture Flower
The Good: We love anything that hangs or has berries so Pink Pepperberry is florist's dream come true! With all textural elements, we find that a little goes a long way and that holds true with Pepperberry. The foliage is interesting and the berries typically come in a variation of colors which creates visual interest.
The Bad: Shedding is normal, but annoying. Often the berries are very diverse in the fact that some will be 'popped' or shriveled up so there's quite a bit of grooming that has to happen before introducing it into your arrangements. The greenery can be lovely, but sometimes we find it less than desirable so it's snipped off.
- Give the stems a fresh cut, and place in cool water.
- Remove leaves below the waterline.
Pink Hanging Pepperberry is considered a 'Texture Flower'. Based on our design ratio suggestions here's our quantity recommendations:
- Bridal Bouquet: 1/3 bunch
- Maids: 1/4 bunch
- Bouts: sprigs
- Corsages: sprigs
- Centerpieces: 1/4 bunch
- Large Arrangements: 1-2 bunches
Flower Moxie reserves the right to make changes or substitutions. All substitutions are only done as a last resort, and only when the reasons for doing so are reasonable and genuine. For example, if a flower becomes unavailable (off-crop), incorrect color, or not in good condition to grace a wedding function we will substitute a flower that has a similar color and price-point.
Acceptable Subs: Snowberry, hypericum berries, or another textured element that works within your specific palette.