Flowers are a delight for the eyes and smell but they also make a good source of profit. However, in order to be successfully in a floristry business, it is not enough just to display the flowers, but to compliment their beauty.
1. Uprooted Flower Truck, New York
Uprooted Flower Truck is a fully mobile florist on wheels that tries to keep up with the busy and diverse lives of its New York urban clients.
The business sells designed, hand-tied bouquets in three sizes – “the studio”, “the loft”, and “the penthouse” with prices ranging from $15-$50. Uprooted Flower Truck is equipped with a fully functional florist system that includes a floral cooler, electrical system, work counters, and sink with hot water. Floral work for weddings, corporate functions, restaurants, and other events are also provided.
Uprooted Flower Truck put its wheels in motion in April of 2015 after a successful Kickstarter campaign.
2. 24Flower, Amsterdam
The limited free time and the irregular schedule of modern consumers are the basis of another interesting floristry business. 24Flower is a floral shop in Amsterdam located near the creative NDSM Wharf hub that also sells flowers through a vending machine.
While the shop functions on a regular 9 hours program, the vending machine provides fresh flowers 24 hours/day. The prices varies from €10 the freshest flowers that may last up to 10 days, to 4€ the least fresh flowers that still can ensure 4 days of freshness. The pretty packaging makes this vending machine an ideal resource for people in a hurry to buy a gift.
3. The Green, Washington
The Green is a tea room, florist and arts and crafts shop that functions in a building of real significance locally that once was home of a library. Although this isn’t quite a floristry business, flowers do have an important role for this thematic business based around locally sourced produce.
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