These unique, funky things are dried narrow-leaf cattails a.k.a bulrushes or if you want to get fancy with the Latin name, Typha angustifolia. Add these to a vase of mixed dried flowers and grasses or keep things simple and pop them in their own special vase.
Your dried Typha will be wrapped in brown paper bundles. Each bundle contains approx 15 stems.
Keep bulrushes out of reach of pets (for risk of breaking them - the bulrushes, not the pet).
CARE FOR YOUR DRIED BULRUSHES: Dried flowers, foliage and grasses need little to no care, but they should be kept out of the way in high-traffic areas in your home, as continually brushing past may break the tops and leave you with candy floss-like fluff everywhere. Keep them out of direct sunlight too. Make sure to remove dust carefully from any dried florals or grasses as they can be quite delicate.