Floating Flowers

The Florida Vase gives the illusion of floating flowers—but it’s no trick. Up to five stems stand upright in this vase that gives blooms a striking new way to stand out. A shallow ceramic base and an acrylic tray dotted with brass pins make up this out-of-the-ordinary vase. Put a single flower on a pin and it stands up straight, taking in water from the vase's base kind of like a straw (for you science types, the technical process is called capillary action). It will drink only as much as it needs. We found that the vase works with flowers that have thicker, non-woody stems, like tulips. The design is named after the Florida Everglades, which shares a similar low-water growing environment. But unlike the dense wetlands, this vase showcases the loveliness of each individual bloom.

Florida Vase

Floating Flower Pin Vase

Floating Flowers

The Florida Vase gives the illusion of floating flowers—but it’s no trick. Up to five stems stand upright in this vase that gives blooms a striking new way to stand out. A shallow ceramic base and an acrylic tray dotted with brass pins make up this out-of-the-ordinary vase. Put a single flower on a pin and it stands up straight, taking in water from the vase's base kind of like a straw (for you science types, the technical process is called capillary action). It will drink only as much as it needs. We found that the vase works with flowers that have thicker, non-woody stems, like tulips. The design is named after the Florida Everglades, which shares a similar low-water growing environment. But unlike the dense wetlands, this vase showcases the loveliness of each individual bloom.

Quick Questions

Will the flowers get enough water?

Yes! Due to a process called capillary action, the flower will take in as much water as it needs as it would with any other vase. Just make sure that the water in the base reaches the bottom of the stem.

Are there any types of flowers that cannot be used with the pins?

You can use it for almost every flower. The pins will not work for a flower with a woody stem. The pins can also be cut shorter to make it easier to thread a tougher stem.

What size stem works best? Are there flowers that you recommend that work great with the vase?

You can use any sized stem that is larger than the brass pins. The wider the stem, the easier it is to thread onto the pins. Flowers with hollow stems, like gerberas, are especially easy to use with the vase.

Why is it called the "Florida" vase?

The low water in the vase is reminiscent of the Everglades. And, the name Florida has a link to flowers: Flores, Fleur, etc.

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Florida Vase

Floating Flower Pin Vase

Floating Flowers

The Florida Vase gives the illusion of floating flowers—but it’s no trick. Up to five stems stand upright in this vase that gives blooms a striking new way to stand out.

A shallow ceramic base and an acrylic tray dotted with brass pins make up this out-of-the-ordinary vase. Put a single flower on a pin and it stands up straight, taking in water from the vase's base kind of like a straw (for you science types, the technical process is called capillary action). It will drink only as much as it needs.

We found that
the vase works with flowers that have thicker, non-woody stems, like tulips.

The design is named after the Florida Everglades, which shares a similar low-water growing environment. But unlike the dense wetlands, this vase showcases the loveliness of each individual bloom.
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Quick Questions

Will the flowers get enough water?

Yes! Due to a process called capillary action, the flower will take in as much water as it needs as it would with any other vase. Just make sure that the water in the base reaches the bottom of the stem.

Are there any types of flowers that cannot be used with the pins?

You can use it for almost every flower. The pins will not work for a flower with a woody stem. The pins can also be cut shorter to make it easier to thread a tougher stem.

What size stem works best? Are there flowers that you recommend that work great with the vase?

You can use any sized stem that is larger than the brass pins. The wider the stem, the easier it is to thread onto the pins. Flowers with hollow stems, like gerberas, are especially easy to use with the vase.

Why is it called the "Florida" vase?

The low water in the vase is reminiscent of the Everglades. And, the name Florida has a link to flowers: Flores, Fleur, etc.

Learn more about the product

Floating Flower Pin Vase see details