If you’ve been out and about shopping in home goods stores or paying attention beauty influencers, wedding florists, anyone under the age of 25, and makers, you’ve probably seen dried flowers. . . everywhere.
Like almost all things ’70s, from disco to macrame. dried flowers are back. They’re increasingly becoming staples wherever fresh or faux flowers formerly dominated.
What does that mean for us? Well, there are no dried plants without. . . plants! As growers and sellers of plants, this is an entirely new (old) opportunity. How will you get involved?