Broom bloom, or Cytisus scoparius, is part of the Cytisus family. It is a perennial leguminous shrub native to western and central Europe. When dried, Broom Bloom is often mistaken for Gypsophila. With flowers concentrated towards the end of the stems, broom bloom offers a good filler option that is often dyed. For these bunches, they are quite simply dried and this allows the natural colour to be seen at its best.
Sold in 100g bunches, length of stems 45-50cm.
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