Everything we do matters.
From start to finish, we want to make gifting dried flowers a responsible and enjoyable experience. We strive to place sustainability at the centre of our small business. Here’s how we’re doing that.
All bouquets are sent in letterboxes to reduce our carbon footprint and minimise waste
All our arrangements are dried as they use less water and energy to ship and produce
Dried bouquets can last for years with proper care
All bouquets come wrapped in recyclable tissue paper
Our letterbox packaging is fully recyclable and plastic-free
Our thank you cards and greeting cards are fully recyclable
All our dried posies can be placed in the compost bin once you’re ready for a change
For every order placed, we will plant one tree in Madagascar.
You can explore our forest here to see our impact.
Together we can make a difference.
Dried flowers are excellent value for money and are a lovely investment for your home.
Spending £30 on a fresh floral bouquet that lasts 10 days on average, costs you £3 a day.
However, buying a dried floral arrangement for £30 that lasts you 3 years (with the right care!) works out as just £0.02 a day!
That's the kind of maths we like to do.
We'd love you to do your part for the planet.
Here's where everything goes:
- Thank You card
- Arranging Guide
- Greeting Card
Fully recyclable, our letterbox packaging and tissue paper can be put straight in the recycling with all of your other paper and cardboard.
- Tissue Paper
Fold your tissue paper up and pop into a drawer for when you need to wrap up a present or line a gift bag!
We're working on making these recyclable too!
Once you're finally ready to part with your posies, pop them in the compost bin!
Whilst we strive to be as sustainable as possible, we recognise that there is always more that we can do. We are continually looking for ways to make sure our brand is as ethical and environmentally-friendly as possible. We hope that as this brand grows and we gain access to more resources, we will be able to better ourselves further and conduct more research into ensuring that we're always engaging in the best practises.