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Phalaenopsis Liquid Illusion Flower Arrangement - by Nearly Natural - 1106-DP
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UPC 810709005301
REGISTERED: 01/02/18
UPDATED: 04/10/21
Phalaenopsis Liquid Illusion Flower Arrangement - by Nearly Natural - 1106-DP
Orchids are notoriously tempermental; but this faux flower will make decorating with orchids a breeze! Faux flowers are used by home designers and decorators to create a lasting aura of beauty in any room. Faux flowers never wilt; never become moldy; a..


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  • UPC bar code 810709005301 ξ1 registered September 26 2015
  • Product category is Phalaenopsis Liquid Illusion Flower Arrangement by Nearly Natural; fake flowers; fake flower arrangements; silk flowers; silk flower arrangements; fabric flowers Grocery

Orchids are notoriously tempermental; but this faux flower will make decorating with orchids a breeze! Faux flowers are used by home designers and decorators to create a lasting aura of beauty in any room. Faux flowers never wilt; never become moldy; and won't exacerbate allergies. Best of all; with silk-like flowers you'll be able to get flowers in your home that are normally out of season; or hard to procure. Every bloom will be perfect; every stem will stay upright for years. These arrangements come in a lovely glass vase (which has artificial water in it - adding to the illusory quality of this arrangement); are highlighted by lush green leaves; and are ready to adorn your home. This Beauty Phalaenopsis Liquid Illusion Flower Arrangement will be perfect in any room in your home.


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    ^ (2012). Phalaenopsis Liquid Illusion Flower Arrangement - by Nearly Natural - 1106-DP, Nearly Natural. (revised Nov 2015)

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