Blog Article The Heartfelt Trend of Preserved Flowers in Australia for Valentine's Day 2024
Author: Ader Broersen - All InSeason Australia Date Posted:11 December 2023
Valentine's Day 2024
With Valentine's Day 2024 approaching soon, there's a growing buzz around a unique and everlasting expression of love – preserved flowers. In recent years, Australia has grown popular for dried and preserved flowers as people seek lasting, meaningful and sustainable alternatives to traditional fresh flowers. In this article, we'll look into the still-increasing trend of preserved flowers in Australia, locally grown options and sustainability.
In recent years, Australia has grown popular for dried and preserved flowers as people seek lasting, meaningful and sustainable alternatives to traditional fresh flowers.
The everlasting symbol of love:
Valentine's Day is synonymous with expressions of love, and what better way to convey everlasting affection than with preserved flowers? Contrary to traditional fresh flower bouquets, preserved flowers last. That's why preserved flowers aren't only beautiful and great for the hot Australian climate but also excellent value for money. This combination makes preserved flowers increasingly popular for both florists and the public.
Australia's locally grown alternative
More romantics are turning to Australia's locally grown dried and preserved flowers this Valentine's Day as a unique alternative to the conventional choice of preserved roses. Supporting local and embracing Australian-grown flowers are key reasons many opt for locally grown dried and preserved flowers. In addition, they capture the essence of love in the same way as other flowers and support sustainable and eco-friendly practices at the same time. The trend towards locally sourced flowers reflects a growing appreciation for Australia's diverse and stunning flora, presenting a heartfelt and eco-conscious option that perfectly complements the sentiments of Valentine's Day.
Did you know? Most Australian dried & preserved flowers we have on offer are oficially "Australian-Made Licence Approved".
Sustainability Takes Center Stage:
As Australia and the world become increasingly conscious of environmental impact, sustainability is another key reason why many people prefer dried and preserved flowers over fresh flowers for Valentine's Day. Local florists, online retailers and the entire flower industry are witnessing a surge in demand for preserved flower arrangements, personalized bouquets, and bespoke designs that offer longer-lasting beauty. Australians, specifically, are embracing the opportunity to express love while minimizing waste and choosing products with a reduced environmental footprint.
What should be your take-a-ways:
Preserved Valentine's Day flowers offer a lasting, meaningful, sustainable alternative to traditional fresh flowers.
Preserved flowers are perfect for the hot Australian climate and, therefore, excellent value for money.
Australian locally grown dried and preserved flowers are a great alternative to the more conventional choice of preserved roses.
About the author
Ader Broersen – Ader is Co-owner, Marketing & Sales Director at All InSeason Australia & New Zealand | 20+ years of experience in the agricultural/flower industry both in Holland and Australia with a passion for flowers.
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