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141 Water St. Exeter, NH 03833

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Green Alliance Members Receive:

  • 10% off plants

For 18 years Cymbidium Floral has been making an effort to use sustainable practices in every part of their business and now they are going even greener!

Cymbidium has teamed up with CarbonClick, a New Zealand company making it easy for people and businesses to help fight climate change.

CarbonClick is represented by a burgundy button on the checkout while shopping on Cymbidium's website. When you click it, a small contribution is added to your basket which purchases carbon offsets. These offsets reduce the environmental impact of the carbon emissions related to the purchase (most commonly freight and delivery services). 

CarbonClick funds forest restoration, tree planting, and renewable energy projects around the world. Cymbidium Floral is proud to be part of the fight against climate change. Cymbidium also makes contributions to reduce their carbon footprint and hopes that you’ll join them by choosing CarbonClick with your purchase.

Along with offering CarbonClick, there are many other environmentally-friendly everyday practices that Cymbidium partakes in, including:

  • Encouraging you to recycle your Cymbidium vases* for a credit toward fresh flowers! 

  • Encouraging you to bring back your Cymbidium packaging materials for them to use again (boxes, ribbon, care instruction tags, water tubes, etc.)

  • Utilizing domestic + locally sourced flowers whenever possible.

  • Purchasing flowers in their natural state, not dyed, bleached, or painted, as those additional processes aren't environmentally friendly.

  • Composting floral scraps with Mr. Fox Composting and Crow's Feat Farm.

  • Changing packaging to more earth friendly options + reducing cellophane usage when the weather permits.

  • Eliminating the use of floral foam in arrangements.

  • Using plain tap water for arrangements instead of adding any preservatives.

  • Using a reusable compostable ‘eco wrap’ instead of plastic water tubes on loose bouquets.

  • Bringing packaging materials (bubble wrap, plastic plant trays, packaging peanuts, etc) to local businesses that can use them again.

  • Sourcing products for the shop from companies with similar sustainability practices whenever possible.

  • Purchasing office products with the highest recycled contents possible and green non-toxic cleaning supplies.

*Vases must be clean + free of chips and still a style that is currently used in order to receive credit.

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