This item is sold by the bunch.
1 or more bunches
$27.20 per bunch
In the category of “most popular wedding greens,” seeded eucalyptus wins big! Seeded eucalyptus is distinguishable by their clustered peppercorn-sized seed pods on stem tips and laterals that add beautiful texture to any arrangement. The leaves have a light- to mid-green hue that strikes the perfect balance for pastels and richly saturated blooms alike. What we love most about them is that they work with virtually every type of theme — from rustic and whimsical to romantic and edgy. When it comes to seeded eucalyptus, they go with everything from anemones to zinnias. There are so many versatile ways DIY brides can incorporate them into their special day, such as using them to create a garland, ceremony décor, boutonnieres and even to adorn their cake. Seeded eucalyptus is available all year, except during the growing season in the spring. To ensure the freshness and longevity of your greens, allow them to rehydrate in warm water and mist them with clean water every day before your event.
Seeded eucalyptus is known for its pleasingly light fragrance and long shelf life, the combination of which makes them perfect for wedding décor — the hearty leaves will stay vibrant throughout your special day without showing signs of wilting. Thanks to guaranteed freshness and unbeatable prices when your order through Blooms by the Box, your wedding will have the style you’ve always dreamed of without going over budget. 5-8 stems per bunch.
Size: Stem length 20-40 inches long
Vase Life: 8-10 days depending on environmental conditions
Availability: June-February (Note: Seeded eucalyptus will be substituted with silver dollar eucalyptus or seeded willow eucalyptus from March to May.)
Suggestions: Use this beautiful seeded eucalyptus for rustic arrangements. Seeded eucalyptus is perfect for cascading bouquets, hanging centerpieces and table centerpieces. This green makes a romantic and rustic filler; pair with deep reds, whites, or purples to replicate rustic themes.
PLEASE NOTE: In the beginning of the season, the stems and seeds of seeded eucalyptus will be very small but will get bigger as the season goes on.