Silver Brunia Balls or Brunia Berries....  it can sometimes take forever to find out the name of these fun looking little flower accents! Fresh silver brunia are extremely popular wedding flower fillers. Their natural silver/grey tones (its hard to find a naturally silver colored fresh flower) lend an immediate antique chic look to bouquets. They add wistful texture to soft bouquets of garden roses, peonies and ranunculus and look especially on trend in boutonnieres and corsage flowers.$89

Silver brunia balls for weddings, bridal bouquet and boutonnieres or corsages. Order Brunia Balls online from Bella Wedding Flowers for all your bulk wedding flowers.

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Have you seen silver grey little balls in bouquets and wondered what is that flower? We give you a quick floral education on these baubles - Silver Brunia!

I would like to incorporate these within the arrangements with your permission, they have a very unique, earthy and rustic feel scabiosa-pods.jpg (600×523)

scabiosa-pods add interesting texture & bring in a touch of brown would work well with the twigs

Craspedia Globosa   Billy Balls or Drumstick Flower  Australia Native

Craspedia globosa (Drumstick Flower) Seed Savers Exchange has them, and they're beautiful out in the garden.


Craspedia Billy Balls Yellow Flower

Show. Protea

King Protea, Giant Protea, Honeypot, King Sugarbush ~KJ~ The gardening department at The Park had dozens of varieties of Protea's.

The silver-blue petals and thistlelike foliage of sea holly (shown here with bright green dill) stand almost hip-high in the flowerbed. This ghostly giant is a biennial, and the plant readily reseeds itself. Grows comfortably in Zones 5-8.

Attractive heads provide form and interest in the border. Eryngium planum (Sea Holly) via This herbaceous perennial thistle has branched silvery-blue stems and and numerous small blue conical flowerheads surrounded by spiky bracts.