SecondFlor.us celebrates its first year anniversary

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It’s already been a year since the launch of www.secondflor.us, the platform dedicated to preserving plants for all professionals. After 15 years of experience in the European market, the wholesaler specializing in preserved flowers and plants opened its platform in the United States last April.

“The whole year was punctuated by calendar events,” says Lucie Corbière, manager of the platform. “Our customers have been delighted to discover our products for Mother’s Day, the wedding season, Christmas, and, of course, Valentine’s Day. Floral businesses experience peak times during those periods, and we do our utmost to offer them the best products for their customers.”

SecondFlor also supplies interior designers, landscapers, and architects who create green walls for offices, administrations, and residences. They offer a range of mosses and foliage for biophilic design: hair moss, ball moss, mood moss, reindeer moss, but also eucalyptus, ferns, amaranth, and much more.

“We focus on our customers’ needs to offer them the best quality. Their success is our priority. That’s why we also make it a point of honor to offer the best service, including free delivery, order placement in just a few clicks directly on our website, and expert, available customer service.” explains Lucie Corbière.

To celebrate their first year anniversary, their 10 best-selling products are on special offer throughout April. “An opportunity to try or stock up preserved red, pink or white roses, green amaranth, hair moss, reindeer moss etc,” says Corbière.

Throughout the period, the site is offering a jackpot game in which you can win 10% off your next order. The game is open to all American professionals, and players can try their luck once a day until April 31.

Their anniversary is also being celebrated on Instagram with a giveaway contest to win boxes of Benoit Saint Amand flowers.

What’s next?
The SecondFlor team plans to introduce new products to the website, from ready-to-resell items such as corsages and boutonnieres for the prom season to products offered in bulk for larger projects such as moss walls.

“We also plan to make more tutorials and resources available to raise awareness of preserved plants and their many benefits. We believe that these plants are the plants of tomorrow, a sustainable and cost-effective solution to incorporate nature into our daily lives,” concludes Corbière.

For more information:
SecondFlor
www.secondflor.com

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