Faded Flowers

The best of dried and fresh flowers combined

Trying her best to invite nature indoors, Rikke from Faded Flowers explores the best that dried flowers have to offer. She creates floral art using earthy tones and a lot of natural and sustainable materials. Nature is a big influence on her work: “We are fascinated by the structures nature offers and work with these to create and explore new innovative ways to exhibit nature indoors.”

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Many varieties

The Asian Cymbidium belt

Most of the ancestors of today's Cymbidiums originated in the forests of the Himalayan mountains at altitudes of 1,200 to 2,800 meters. From the mountains in India, the Asian Cymbidium belt extends into China, Korea and Japan. This exotic beauty has over 44 different botanical varieties. 

Nature’s beauty

The wonder of Cymbidium

The Cymbidium has long, narrow leaves and its long flower branches bear ten to sixteen flowers. The plant has at least one branch, but often more. The color spectrum of the Cymbidium ranges from white, yellow, green, pink and red to brown. The older a plant is, the more branches it can give. Click here to learn how you can create a wonderful hand-tied bouquet with Cymbidium!

Meet the interior must have for this fall. The Cymbidium is an amazing flower with unlimited potential. It’s pure elegance and exotic feel make it the perfect flower to work with for unique and extravagant floral designs for indoors. Combined with Bohemian colors and dried flowers the Cymbidium becomes the centerpiece of any modern household. By putting them in tubes of water, the Cymbidium stays beautiful over a long time and is easily combined with dried materials. 

Interior must have

The wonder of Cymbidium

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Faded Flowers

The best of dried and fresh flowers combined

Trying her best to invite nature indoors, Rikke from Faded Flowers explores the best that dried flowers have to offer. She creates floral art using earthy tones and a lot of natural and sustainable materials. Nature is a big influence on her work: “We are fascinated by the structures nature offers and work with these to create and explore new innovative ways to exhibit nature indoors.”

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Many varieties

The Asian Cymbidium belt

Most of the ancestors of today's Cymbidiums originated in the forests of the Himalayan mountains at altitudes of 1,200 to 2,800 meters. From the mountains in India, the Asian Cymbidium belt extends into China, Korea and Japan. This exotic beauty has over 44 different botanical varieties. 

Nature’s beauty

The wonder of Cymbidium

The Cymbidium has long, narrow leaves and its long flower branches bear ten to sixteen flowers. The plant has at least one branch, but often more. The color spectrum of the Cymbidium ranges from white, yellow, green, pink and red to brown. The older a plant is, the more branches it can give. Click here to learn how you can create a wonderful hand-tied bouquet with Cymbidium!

Meet the interior must have for this fall. The Cymbidium is an amazing flower with unlimited potential. It’s pure elegance and exotic feel make it the perfect flower to work with for unique and extravagant floral designs for indoors. Combined with Bohemian colors and dried flowers the Cymbidium becomes the centerpiece of any modern household. By putting them in tubes of water, the Cymbidium stays beautiful over a long time and is easily combined with dried materials. 

Interior must have

The wonder of Cymbidium

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