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astrantia blooms

Photo by May Flowers

Astrantia is one of our favorite textural flowers to use at May Flowers -- it comes in several different colors, but we use mauve and white most often.

Photo by Amanda May Photos

Also known as masterwort, astrantia is actually in the carrot family. Each blossom is formed by a compound umbel, meaning stalks of tiny flowers are arranged kind of like umbrella spokes originating from a single point.

Photos by Kenney Photography

Astrantia is a perfect filler bloom to use in everything from bouquets to boutonnieres for a subtle accent of color and an eye-catching texture. It also holds its color fairly well and makes an excellent dried flower.

Photo by Amanda May Photos

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