The wood for these sola wood flowers is derived from the Shola Plant root and grown in Thailand and India. The wood is peeled into paper thin sheets with a machete. Individual petals are cut by hand from the sheets. Those petals are then tied together making each wood flower. While I do make some flowers, I purchase most of them from US suppliers. It takes me half an hour to make one flower so it’s more cost effective for me to buy them.
I hand paint each flower to capture a more natural look. The flowers feel soft which helps them last for years. Each arrangement is made using faux greenery. Every piece is one of a kind.
Hi there! I’m Jenn, owner and designer at Jenn Blossoms. I’m grateful for your support of this small business that has become my dream. I worked for my parents as a graphic designer and sign maker for over 20 years. I missed