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Floristry by Art of Living partners with Sensory Zero for Mother's Day

The collaboration is part of the floral shop's sustainability implementation efforts

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Tatum Ancheta
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Floristry by Art of Living partners with coffee purveyors, Sensory Zero, to launch upcycled linen bag bouquet vases using coffee grounds. The collaboration with Sensory Zero is part of the floral shop's sustainability implementation efforts. Currently, Floristry orders their fresh supplies through fair-trade directly from the world's biggest flower auction in Holland. The shop aims to use the full life cycle of flowers through all their deliveries and services, repurposing and reusing the flowers as much as possible. During events and weddings, flowers used for decoration or backdrop will be repurposed into mini jars as guests' party favours. Dried eucalyptus, other foliage and petals are handed over to Ground Rule Studio, an eco-materials design studio, which will then develop gathered materials into biodegradable vases. 

Mille Mele Tokyo, Hong Kong, 28042020
Photograph: Courtesy Floristry by Art of Living

For Mother's Day, Floristry by Art of Living is launching three new weekly subscriptions services which will allow customers to send a weekly token of love and appreciation to their loved ones. Choose from Jars (starts at $620), Hydrangea Large Jars (starts $1,280 per month), and DIY jars (starts at $810 per month using five stalks up to 40 stalks of flowers per bouquet). Each type offers a weekly dosage of blooms and surprises. We sure won't mind ordering these lovely blooms for ourselves! 

The upcycled coffee vases will be exclusively available for sale on Floristry's website from now until Mother's Day while stocks last. 

Mille Mele Tokyo, Hong Kong, 28042020
Photograph: Courtesy Floristry by Art of Living

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