Production: Misi Overturf and Cornelia Badenhorst
Hundreds of thousands of dried ranunculus, salvia, amaranth, helichrysum, and herbs are just some of the plants that make visitors marvel at the attic of Louise Steenkamp and Conrad Conradie in Wellington. The smell in the air is amazing, and the atmosphere is almost sacred-a dream world worth celebrating.
It took about a year for florists Louise and Conrad and their team to set up a 300-square-meter loft as the drying room for their company The Wild Bunch Flower Farm. The light and temperature have been specially adjusted to keep the dried flowers intact for many years to come.
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