Meadow Flower Glass Tea Light Holder

£15.00

1 in stock

Pretty hand decorated meadow flower glass tea light holder

Meadow Flower Glass Tea Light Holder

  • Decorated with Real flowers
  • Complete with tea light candle
  • Candle safety instructions included
  • Packaged with recycled packaging to prevent damage
  • An idea gift for a flower lover

1 in stock

Description

Meadow Flower Glass Tea Light Holder

This handmade meadow flower glass tea light holder has been decorated with real flowers.  A Marguerite daisy shows off it beauty on one side, and bright Buttercups on the other.  The dainty Forget-me-not flowers and Daisies also decorate the glass bauble with their perfect petals.  All the flowers have been picked from my Cotswold garden and from the quaint surrounding areas of Lechlade.

This would make a lovely gift!

This handmade meadow flower glass tea light holder measures approximately 12 centimeters in diameter, and comes with a white tea light candle.

Marguerite Daisies

The Flowers

Marguerite Daisy

The Marguerite Daisy is also know as the Ox-Eye or Dog Daisy, or Leucanthemum Vulgare.  These lovely flowers can be seen from May to July along grass banks on the roadside, verges and in grassy areas.

Daisies

Daisies generally grow from spring time into summer and can be found in abundance in most grassy areas, and in your lawn.  They open to the sun in the day and close up at night and are also known as Day’s Eye Daisies, with the Latin name of Bellis Perennis.  These are cheerful little white flowers with bright yellow centers; some petals often have red or purple tips too!

Buttercups

Buttercups are another spring to summer flower that I have used here, also known as Ranunculus Acris.  These bright yellow flowers have glossy petals, and can usually be seen in early summer shining brightly through the grass in lawns or in grassy areas.

Forget-Me-Nots

Forget-me-nots with their charming clusters of small blue flowers are loved by bumble bees and butterflies.  They are also know as Myosotis Scorpioides, and will grow almost anywhere from shaded areas to full sun.

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