A little bit about our creative director, Morgan.
Morgan loves to create an emotional experience with flowers. After saying au revoir to her realm in fresh flower floristry, she has embarked on her new journey creating in the wondrous world of preserved flowers [Fleur Conservée].
In a time where travel once was, Morgan loved to explore the world. In all her travels it was the memoirs of Paris that forever remained a fond piece in her heart. This is where her own true love story flourished. Now married to the man that swept her off her feet, her husband Leon helps with the operations of Fleur Conservée.
It goes without saying that this is where the french inspired
name 'Fleur Conservée' was born.
Fleur Conservee works with businesses that promote environmental sustainability, fair working hours and practices and workplace health and safety. Contributing to a better environmental impact is important to us. We aim to incorporate every consideration in operations that employ a positive change towards the environment and climate change.
By purchasing everlasting blooms you are playing a part in conserving our planets water supply and reducing consumerism that perishable flowers employ. By saving water this helps to lower energy demand, which helps prevent air pollution. As our population continues to grow, demands on precious water resources increase. There are many opportunities to decrease your water usage impact on the planet and this is one of them.
Our courier service, Shippit, employs carbon offsets from Carbon Neutral. Emissions from fuel used in shipping is 100% carbon offset. Carbon Dioxide is the biggest driver of climate change and has devastating environmental and health effects. To support a sustainable future, Shippit has partnered with internationally recognised carbon solutions provider, the Carbon Neutral Group, to reduce our climate impact to zero.
Our packaging is classified green. We incorporate Recycled, Compostable and Reusable packing items and are part of the No Issue Eco Alliance. As stated in their product disclosure statements, compostable packaging is typically made from a number of renewable plant-based materials and/or bio-polymers. To be certified home compostable, a product must break down in home compost within 180 days and 90 days in commercial composting conditions. Recycled packaging is made from previously used plastic products, including single use bags, bottles and other common plastic items. Reusable packaging is packaging that has a built-in second use. While most packaging is typically single use, and recycled after it accomplishes its primary goal, reusable packaging can be used multiple times for a variety of functions. Click the icon below if you too would like to join the alliance.
Our vases are made by Marmoset Found. With a Masters in International Development, and commitment to an ethical, sustainable and empowering business model. Marmoset Found works with small, family-owned enterprises around the world, building long-lasting partnerships that promote fair working hours and practices, workplace health and safety and environmental sustainability.
We all have a role to play in reducing our impact on the environment.