Live jewelery: new eco-trend is gaining momentum

• Live jewelery: new eco-trend is gaining momentum

You probably already have seen tiny flower pots, necklaces. American florist Susan McLeary breathed into the "green trend" a new life. She has created a collection of living jewelry.

Live jewelery: new eco-trend is gaining momentum

For each decoration specially hand selected sprouts succulent (a plant with succulent leaves or stems that can well tolerate arid climate) and are attached to the base. Then they can grow on this basis, for 2-4 weeks. When the plants become too large for decoration, they can be separated, put into a pot, put in the window, and they will continue to please the owner in a new way. Therefore Maklirli believes that such jewelry can be a great symbolic gift for the bride.

Live jewelery: new eco-trend is gaining momentum

Susan says that it has become a florist randomly. She is interested in the creation of jewelry - it was her hobby. And once a friend who was getting married, I asked her to do floral design for weddings. It was then that the girl and knew she had found his true vocation. A little later, she began to create amazing flower decorations for photo shoots and the success was such that soon the flower jewelry began to bring her a good income.

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