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Producer of dried flowers

Dried flowers own their reputation to their durability and to be combined with fresh flowers or decorative objects. Dried flowers are an all-around product. Nowadays Lamboo Dried & Deco is unique as the main Dutch dried flower producer in the world. In 1982 our flower production of dried flowers began. Therefore, we have developed a unqiue drying process. This process guarantees still today the best colouring and quality preservation of the dried flowers.

Different dried flowers

Dried flowers such as Nigella, Helichrysum, Delphinium, Rodanthe and Lavender, but also cereals such as avena and triticum are available at Lamboo Dried & Deco. Dyeing dried flowers allows us to provide continuous trendy and seasonal coloured products.

Order dried flowers in our webshop

All year through you can order our dried flowers. Every year flowers are harvested in the summer. These flowers are dried in our company and available all year around. Take a look at our catalogues and the possibilities.

Importer, exporter and wholesale of natural decoration

Over the years, our family company has evolved from producer of dried flowers to supplier of a big collection natural decoration. Nowadays we are producer, importer, exporter and wholesaler of natural dried decoration such as picks, wreaths, potpourri’s, pinecones, table decorations, mixed bouquets, and dried flowers.

Visit our showroom

For a complete overview of our assortment you are always welcome to visit our company and large showroom. View our classic dried flowers like Nigella, Helichrysum, Delphinium, Rodanthe, Triticum, and Lavender, but also our large collection of other natural (dried) decoration materials, among which picks for bouquets, table decorations, dried mix bouquets, decorative branches and potpourris. Make an appointment to visit our showroom so we can answer your questions or discuss the possibilities.

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