Get a piece of copper tubeing ( refrigerater water supply line works great) and drill a hole in the center of your flower. Use a washer on the back and front of your flower and screw the flower onto the copper tubeing. If you screw the tubeing before you add the flower it will be threaded for you.
my better behalf is into outdoor gardening. and she’s been into it like four years already. most of her flowers are orchids, as well, rose. on my part, i like those plants that are more into purpose such as herbal. buy facebook like
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