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Floral Designing With Marijuana?

Posted on June 20th, 2018


Would you consider floral designing with marijuana?


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It’s very rare that the floral industry makes controversial news, but with the legalization of marijuana in some parts of the world, florists have seen this as an opportunity to market to new customers by offering something a bit risqué and novel in their creative floral designs.

Some say this is their ticket to gain notoriety and bring in more traffic and book more events by offering marifloralsYes, that is correct, Marijuana in floral arrangements.

Floral design with marijuana is a fairly new concept in the flower industry—only a handful of floral professionals are taking this leap now, but who knows—this may become the norm in years to come.


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For those who have dabbled in designing with cannabis/marijuana, the results have been positive with delicate flower arrangements incorporating a touch of marijuana, some even say the greens from the marijuana leaves actually create a balanced fusion in their designs. With more customers opting for marijuana in their florals mainly at weddings, the rise for birthday mariflorals is now picking up speed as well.

We grant that while some of you may think this is genius, others may find the idea downright inappropriate, but having awareness of the evolving flower industry is key to keeping us all current.


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At this time, due to current State laws in regards to Marijuana, the customer/client will actually need to provide the florist with the marijuana plant itself and must be legal in your area. After your customer provides the marijuana plants it cannot be delivered, it must be picked up by the customer.

DISCLAIMER: This article is for informational purposes only, we are in no way telling you to incorporate or sell marijuana with your florals. Please check your local laws before designing with cannabis, and do so at your own risk.


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Florists, we would love to hear your feedback on designing with marijuana, and if you have incorporated marijuana in your florals please let us know all about it in the comment section below!


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14 thoughts on “Floral Designing With Marijuana?”

  1. We did Marijuana designs back in the 70’s and 80’s. So not a new concept to us.
    Just more “out in the open” now and it’s availability is obviously easier.
    It does give a great texture and look to an arrangement. Love working with it

  2. Destini says:

    Sure I would, Why not? Its just a plant like any other. I think it’s a very creative and innovative idea.

  3. Lynn Terry says:

    If they would make it legal in Georgia, I would be glad to use in arrangments!

  4. I would love to get more info on this concept. If anyone knows anything about how it may apply in Illinois I would love to hear from you.

  5. Steven says:

    I think this is an awesome article. I love the ideas you all come up with almost as much as I love having you run my website and point-of-sale system. I have often felt and had the idea of one day using Marijuana in bouquets. What a great idea for Get well bouquets. Quite the pick me up…I’d say. Keep up the good work. Thank you Floranext.

  6. Michelle says:

    Not judging, but…No. Just no. Not to mention that it’s not a particularly attractive green.

  7. Lee Macneil says:

    You do know what it smells like? ( kinda Skunklike) Not what I’d want in my bridal bouquet….. JMHO

  8. I have gone through the whole post and I found the given information about floral Marijuana was really good and helpful. Flowers have a the rapeutic effect on us, whether its arranging flowers or exploring different natural mediums. Keep Posting Such an Informative Blog!!

  9. Donna says:

    We have had the opportunity to use the flowers of the Cannabis plant for wedding and event design.it was fun and pretty with the freesia & lily cascade. Bride bouquet. A few processing and care tips we found through experimenting: the flowers can be processed like the rest of our flowers. I chose to not use the chemicals for longer life in case my clients chose to smoke their buds later. We had a hard time with the leaves from the flower stock, the did not hold up. The young non flowering branches do hold their leaves much better, so you will gave to have a supply of both.

  10. To be honest, this is my first time hearing about flower arrangement using marijuana. Is this even legal? I really like it though, very unique and wonderful.

  11. amel fs says:

    Merci pour l’article

  12. Bob Michael says:

    thanks for this information, this will help me when i will plan the farming. thank you so much.

  13. Susan Tallarico says:

    I ve been doing this but do not think it is legal with the BCC or the State run licence, we live in strict California laws…would like to know if its possible but I think it needs to still be regulated. We are in the industry but I bet they will get in trouble if its not in metric…trying to figure out how to get around this. Was hoping to display in dispensaries but do not know if we can..

  14. Barbara G D says:

    Of course.i already used in mine:)

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