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didireallysaythat Fri 08-Jul-16 18:51:48

I know they exist. They are in JL (in RL, not online). And they cost a fortune.

Can anyone suggest somewhere online ?

I fancy a big arrangement of hydrangeas or something similar in the hallway...

pippinandtog Fri 08-Jul-16 20:09:02

And don't know if they are available online, but there are some nice Jane Packer ones in Sainsbury's.

notagiraffe Fri 08-Jul-16 20:14:54

There's quite a famous shop near me but just googled and their pretty bowls of silk hydrangeas start at £400. Guess that's not what you're after.

Barbie1 Fri 08-Jul-16 20:18:22

Here. I have had mine for years, worth every penny smile

notagiraffe Fri 08-Jul-16 20:19:19

NotOnTheHighStreet and Ebay both seem to have loads. Ebay's are very cheap - from £2 a stem.

didireallysaythat Sat 09-Jul-16 08:37:59

not that's probably exacrky what I'm after but I'm too tight to part with £400. I fear the eBay ones may reflect their price tag...

Barbie thank you - I'd not seen them

Turns out the JL ones are on line - they are florasilk and in the sia price range.

Pippin I'll check Sainsbury's online - we only have small ones around here so very little home stuff.

Thank you all.

DarkBlueEyes Mon 11-Jul-16 17:08:55

Sia are beautiful but very £££ try TK Maxx, I've got some Sia ones there before. Also you might get lucky in Ikea. There is a fabulous florist in Surrey that does all artificial flowers, took me ages to realise, but they are very, very, very expensive. Gorgeous though!

teaandcake789 Tue 12-Jul-16 11:00:30

Next do an amazing orchid for £50!

TheKingAndI Thu 14-Jul-16 19:59:41

Try Peony:

These ones are lovely - I have similar from there and they look great.

mypropertea Sat 16-Jul-16 22:30:28

If you want to dust them in future:

Put some granulated sugar in a paper bag

Put the flower head in the paper bag and scrunch the bag closed around it

Shake, lots.

Knocks all the dust of beautifully smile

didireallysaythat Sun 17-Jul-16 14:16:24

mypropertea I would never gave thought of that, but it is the dust that puts me off - thank you !

Nanasueathome Sun 17-Jul-16 14:19:24

Peony are excellent
You can buy from them online, via QVC, and they have an outlet in Ruckley, Shropshire, which is where I usually get mine from
Been buying from there for years and still have my originals

Nanasueathome Sun 17-Jul-16 14:20:06

I wash mine outside with a bowl of soapy water and then rinse them off and leave to dry

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