Traditional flower bricks are made of a ceramic material. The top surface has a large hole into which water is poured, and a number of smaller holes into which flower stems are inserted, so that the flowers are kept in position. They are a sub-type of the boughpot or tulipiere, which have more rounded shapes.
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