Fresh Arrangements with Blue Pine

My Florals

Blue pine is an evergreen with sharp needles belonging to the pine family. The average height of the tree is about 40 to 60 feet (approximately 25-30 meter). Sometimes the tree grows as tall as 150 feet (approximately 45 meter).

Blue pine grows naturally in theRocky Mountains from South East Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. The tree grows at an altitude of approximately 5900 to 9800 feet (1800-3000 meter) on mountain slopes along rivers where they have sufficient water.

Blue pine twig is my favorite green for fresh fall- and wintertime florals. It arranges beautifully. When properly moistened, I am able to keep the pine twigs fresh, up to three sometimes four weeks. As the blue pine stays fresh longer I was able to re-arrange the pine twigs with fresh flowers a few times. However, I also did refresh the oasis every time when I replaced the flowers.

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