For interior decoration, the Japanese red maple represents preserved foliage with a contemporary look that catches the eye and gives character to the room. Used for the decoration of a wedding hall, the Japanese maple offers wedding planners a large selection of floral arrangements that will surprise guests and their guests. And for event decorators or florists, this foliage with the falling effect is the best way to have real greenery to organize events or decorate beautiful floral arrangements. To do this, you can add small Japanese maple leaves mixed with flowers. Your guests will have the impression of having lunch in the fields!
Vivacious and graceful, the Japanese red maple is very appreciated for its intense color and its serrated and autumn foliage. It will delight the professionals of baroque and rustic decoration.
Japanese maple belongs to the family Sapindaceae. Its name is attributed to different species of maple. With its slightly sloping shape and its foliage which displays a beautiful orange-red hue incomparable, the maple of Japan will perfectly highlight other ornamental plants. Preserved, the maple is the key element of all baroque and autumn-inspired decorations. It symbolises the happiness and independence of the spirit. Combined with red salal or white mistumata, it becomes the ultimate accessory to decorate center pieces in a subtle and elegant way. It will bring a warm air to the most precious events. The Japanese maple associates with any color. So you can use it according to your theme. For romantic events, bet on the roses that are a sign of sincerity and love while remaining in simplicity, because the Japanese maple is in itself very elegant and refined.
General : Preserved plants are 100% natural. They require no maintenance, no watering, no particular brightness. They keep their freshness and flexibility for several years.
Variations in size, shape and colour may occur. Some parts may show split petals, stems or branches but this is only natural. Nature isn’t always perfect!
Use : Can be glued with hot glue or cold floral glue.
Humidity : If the surrounding humidity level is too high, a few drops of colour may leak from the foliage. Avoid putting it in contact with porous material to prevent the plant from fading.
Light & heat exposure : Prolonged exposure of foliage to the sun may cause discolouration and drying of the product.
Evolution over time : Over time, foliage tends to wilt more or less and fall slightly.
Foliage colour : Food colouring (non-toxic)