This week, Debbie demonstrated (upon request) how to make an antique gold candelabra using fresh flowers incorporating rich, burgundy florals with subtle accents of vintage dusty pinks.


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12 stems of Rose Bridal Dusky Pink
5 stems of  Amaranthus Red Hanging
1 bunch of Eucalyptus with berry
3 stems of Hydrangea Red Classic
10 stems of Serruria Blushing Bride
10 stems of Symphoricarpos

1 Candelabra (gold or silver)
1 pack of Cable Ties
1 pack of floral foam rings (2 x 10″ or 12″ depending on size of candelabra)
1 Florist box containing tape, florist knife and scissors

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All of the ingredients, flowers, accessories and florist tools, used in the video are sourced from Triangle Nursery. If you require any assistance using the website, you can use the chat facility or contact the office direct on 01394 385 832.

Your Designs

We’d love to see photos of designs you’ve made of candelabra’s with flowers from Triangle Nursery in different colour schemes.

Simply send an email to Or if you prefer, you could post your photo on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and copy us in, by including @trianglenursery in your tweet. We’ll then upload your photos into this section.

Please do ask away below if you have any questions or would like to make any general comments. As always, we’d love to hear from you…


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