HIBISCUS is chiefly tropical shrub or tree, which has large, showy and variously colored flowers with numerous stamens united into a tube. The leaves are simple, oval shaped and the flower is large, conspicuous, trumpet-shaped, with five or more petals, ranging from white to pink, red, orange, purple or yellow.
There are approximately 200 to 220 species of hibiscus native to warm-temperate, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. Hibiscus is widely known for its medical use in Chinese herbology and the hibiscus tea is famous for reducing blood pressure and cholesterol level.
- Ring size (5) or circle with diameter 5
- Dark yellow stocking net
- Floral tape
- Nylon thread
- Stem wire
- Red Stamen
- Coil the wire around a pencil. Hold the ends of the wire and stretch it with the help of pliers. Wind the wire around the ring (5) and make 5 petals with ring size for each hibiscus similarly.
- Coil the wire around a pencil. Then hold the ends of the wire and stretch it with the help of pliers. Wind the wire around the ring and make 5 petals with ring size (5) for each hibiscus similarly.
- Thread 3 red and 4 yellow stamens to the stem wire, wrap a piece of same colored nylon around the stamens to hide the white part.
- Find detailed instructions for making petals and assembling the flower in this post Basic Nylon Flower
- Thread the petals and your hibiscus flower is ready
- Wrap floral tape and add leaves for flower's additional beauty.
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