Pourquoi nos créations de fleurs séchées Polhine sont-elles uniques ?

Why are our Polhine dried flower creations unique?

Non-contractual photos : you can find this sentence under a large number of our Polhine floral creations. But why choose this formula and what are the consequences for your orders? We explain our entire committed policy to you!

Producer of French dried flowers

Dried flower attic

At Polhine, we have chosen to produce more than 90% of our annual flower needs in our field in Eastern France, and we have also made agreements with French producers. Once harvested during the summer, our flowers and plants are gathered into bundles to be dried in our dryers in a natural way. We thus obtain an optimal quality of dried flowers that lasts for months, even years!

Statice, limonium, gypsophila, echinops, lagaurus, achilea and many other varieties grown without pesticides or fertilizers, allowing us to guarantee creations that are as aesthetic as they are responsible :)

But depending on production, it may happen that certain varieties have been produced more than others, or that the color of the plants may vary slightly. And because we choose to work with local and responsibly grown flowers, we adapt our floral creations at the time of your order according to our availability. However, we guarantee creations that are as close as possible to the product visuals, both in terms of colors and the chosen floral style.

Our attachment to French craftsmanship

Making dried flower bells

All Polhine pieces are handmade by our artisan florists in our workshop located in the Ardennes region. Our team makes sure every day to create pieces that are faithful to the product photos, but they remain unique for each of them.

In our modern world, where mass production and industrialization reign supreme, buying artisanal creations means acquiring authentic pieces that demonstrate real know-how.

Yes to the Slow Flower movement

Behind this name, paying homage to the "Slow Food" movement which campaigns for responsible agriculture, hides a movement born in the United States in the mid-2000s, which promotes local and seasonal flowers.

And it is by making these production and manufacturing choices that we guarantee creations similar to the visuals produced, apart from a few possible details, but also which allow you to take full part in this movement!

Would you like to know more about the Slow Flower movement? It's this way :)