Inspiration

If you can’t get to the flowers, they will come to you! This is the concept of the flower truck. You may already be familiar with food trucks: large vehicles equipped with cooking facilities to offer a catering service near you. The principle is the same, but here the food is replaced by flowers. This […]

Inspiration

It’s time to start planning your summer holiday. Take the opportunity to get inspired in Marrakech by visiting the Majorelle Garden. In the heart of the ochre city is an Art Deco house in cobalt blue. This shade of blue is now named after its creator and the founder of the garden: « Majorelle Blue […]

Inspiration

Located in Lisse, Netherlands, this ephemeral garden is made up of more than 800 species of tulips. With its 7 million bulbs in bloom, the 7 gardens make Keukenhof radically change in appearance each year. The bulbs for the following year are selected during the 8 weeks of opening of the park. The process of […]

Works

It’s through nearly 50 floral arrangements that the Belgian florist Arnauld Delheille gives us the best of his work. Lively, soft, refined, modern, bohemian, the styles range of the compositions make this book a very beautiful source of inspiration. Consisting of 7 seasonal or ambient themes – ” épuré” (pure), “printemps”(spring) or “noël” – the […]

Friends

Maryse Gilbert

Secondnatur: Hello Maryse. Can you tell us about the beginnings of Bijou Végétal? Maryse Gilbert-Guillon: My story with Bijou Végétal is also the story of a professional retraining. I was in charge of human resources for 15 years. I wanted to redirect myself without really knowing where to go. I had a friend who is […]

Friends

Secondnatur: Hi Kenichi. Would you please Introduce yourself telling us about your education and professional background ? Kenichi Ohchi: I grew up in tamba-city, Hyogo-pre in Japan where you can find our factory. Each season, this place in Japan is displaying the diversity of plants and the beauty of nature. I was interested in literature and education. So […]

Business

In the land of chrysanthemums, floral art is a tradition dating back to ancient Asian civilizations. Japanese people attach great importance to floral decoration and retain a special bond with flowers. Recently, preserved flowers have become so popular in Japan that the country has become one of the world’s largest consumers. Based on this very […]