Bells of Ireland
Bells of Ireland, more commonly known as the Irish bell flower or ‘shell flower’ may be native to Turkey, but it’s their bright green colouring and symbolism of luck that’s given them their fitting Irish title. Their tall stems boast fluted petals that make them an intriguing stand-alone flower.
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The Bells of Ireland is a tall branch.
Recut diagonally, split base of branch with secateurs to increase water flow and remove all excess foliage before placing in cool water. All foliage should be above the waterline. Your Branches will respond best to temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees C.
It is crucial that you change water regularly.
*As this is a naturally occurring product, there will be a slight size and colour variation throughout the season.