• Origin of craft: Madagascar

    Storing Raffia

    by elluse

    By: FlowerSchool

    Did you know that Raffia fibers come from a palm tree native to Madagascar? Raffia was widely used in agriculture for tying up vines and vegetables before its use in the floral industry. Floral designers love to use raffia. But its storage can be frustrating. In this Tulip Tuesday Video Leanne shares a simple trick for storing raffia. Enjoy!