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Myrtle

Why Myrtle?

Myrtle has thick, dense foliage covering the entire length of each stem that is perfect for arrangements that need thick coverage. It can be used by itself or as a vertical filler, or it can be cut down for bouquets and corsages.

General Availability

Year-Round

Colors and Styles

Medium to Dark Green

 

Tips from our experts

Myrtle's woody stems have a slight lemony scent when cut.
Remove any foliage that will be below the water line.
Cut stems and hydrate in cool water with a low sugar solution for 4-12 hours, then store in a cooler.
Check to make sure your stems have enough water and change the water every 24 hours.
Keep away from direct sunlight, drafts and excessive heat.