No — dried flowers are not sustainable products.

Dried flowers produce chemical waste, extra CO2 from heat production and borrow some of the worst synthetic dye ingredients from the fashion industry.

Instagram is awash with, well, dried flower greenwashing. Cut flowers are out, and dried flowers are in; but it’s not as if one industry has replaced another.

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