The markets are going green. And rightly so. We also see our responsibility to lead a climate-conscious lifestyle and to practice a sustainable way of life. Since our dried flowers last for one to three years, you can imagine that the dried form of flowers is a little better to harmonize with these ideas than the fresh alternative.


Flowers in every shape make you feel good, have a demonstrably positive effect on the mood and create the right ambience in your home. They are the so-called eye-catchers in many rooms and only give the design the right touch.


While a bouquet of fresh flowers has to be replaced regularly, you can present, relocate and combine your dried flower bouquets for much longer. There are numerous ways to put our do-it-yourself boxes together or to let individual elements come into their own in smaller vases and glasses in your living space.


And who doesn't know: The fresh flowers look great. The bouquet is beautiful and whenever you look you are delighted with this beautifully arranged bunch. But after seven days at the latest you have a rather sad picture in front of you. The flowers are withered, the water is becoming a biotope faster and faster.

Unfortunately, you are now faced with the difficult decision: Do I buy new flowers that might not look so great in a week? Are the flowers worth giving out on a regular basis?

To save yourself the weekly trip to the florist, there are subscription options here. The flowers are even delivered straight to your doorstep.


Our dried flowers score highly in terms of sustainability due to their long shelf life. So we try to make a contribution to a greener future. Because there is no weekly delivery. You will benefit from beautiful flowers for one to three years. Depending on the sun exposure, product and care, the shelf life can be extended.


We are of the opinion that dried flowers can not only be understood as a trend. They can establish themselves as a permanent solution for a more sustainable beautification in your home. Because the selection is large, we do not need products from other continents, but have suppliers with neighboring countries such as the Netherlands and Italy who are in the immediate vicinity, i.e. no intercontinental transport routes.


Today we're ready to decorate our homes with sustainable alternatives. The longevity of products is becoming more and more important. We also try to take the sustainable aspect into account in our purchase decisions, we eat vegan, buy regional products or green labels. “Think green!” Is no longer a phrase in many people's minds. It means much more to question your own consumption and to deal with the topic of a greener future with the help of knowledge about CO2 balances.