Glixia is also called the brazilian star flower because it is a plant characteristic of this country - Brazil. Glixia has a very thin stem and a small white flower. It is said that up to 10 years after harvesting, even a single drop of water will cause the glixia bud to close. After reopening, the dry flowers look alive, which is why glixia is called sempre viva, or eternally alive.
Blosmi dried Glixia
Tiny flowers of glixia are perfect for drying. It is naturally available in a light, cream color, while in the dried version it can be dyed and bleached. Although one glixia flower may not make a spectacular impression, everything changes when our eyes see a bouquet consisting of several dozen of its flowers.