The problem of plastic
Eco friendly white silk ribbons blowing in the breeze against a beach backdrop | Limewood Flowers | Eco florist | Lincolnshire wedding florist | Image copyright Mel Brown Weddings

The problem of plastic

Plastic is used everywhere – because it is such a useful product! This article describes the types of plastic you might see in your wedding flowers

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What does ‘eco friendly’ mean?
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What does ‘eco friendly’ mean?

I get the impression a lot of people think that eco friendly means that it is good for the natural environment. But, to me, eco friendly really means ‘less damaging to the environment than other options’.

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Aren’t all florists eco friendly?
Wedding table decor goals - a greenery garland with white accents never looked so dramatic | Limewood Flowers | Lincolnshire wedding florist | Eco florist | Image © http://www.kmgsphotography.co.uk/

Aren’t all florists eco friendly?

Most people assume that if you are working with a natural product then it must be eco friendly. This is not the case at all.

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