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Art Recycled, Steampunk Metal Flower. Shown with other flowers, this listing is for the ONE pink flower.

Pink Passion Bromeliad,2011
18" Tall
2" diameter flower head

Listing is for one Pink Bromeliad Flower. Flower is shown next to other flowers so if you want to pick a bouquet you have an idea of what they look like together. Many Bromeliads are able to store water in a structure formed by their tightly overlapping leaf base. This particular genus is unusual in that it is instead capable of controlling water flow to outside sources. Varying in color, size and shape, these Bromeliads are perfect for most indoor or outdoor settings.

I HAVE painted the rust converter on the stem of this flower. You could put it outside but please remember over time metal will rust outside, especially in wet weather. Unless you don't mind this changing in appearance by all means put it outside!


Need a vase? Visit my other shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/PaulaArt

Shipping is based on furthest zip code from me, I will refund you any overcharge of $1 via PayPal. I always try to combine shipping and use whatever method (parcel post/priority etc) that is most economical.

Frequently asked questions about IndustrialBloom

I am happy to work with you on a flower arrangement. It can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months depending on how many flowers you want and how involved you want to be in the process.
My work is made from salvaged junk. Most of it is already rusty and shouldn't really be put outside unless you are prepared for more rust to develop (which many people don't mind) I varnish the stems and heads (but not always). If you notice rust you can always lightly sand and re-varnish via spray or brush. I don't advise keeping the flowers outside in harsh weather (winter/freezing/blazing hot etc) as that can destroy them over time both cosmetically and physically. If you want them to last for years and years I advise a covered porch/patio or indoors.