Last week the latest edition of Cinefleur magazine was released. Cinefleur, the digital magazine about flowers and plants, visits a different city in Europe every two months to show the latest floral trends, innovations and inspirations. Cinefleur tells inspiring stories from local florists, who spread their creativity with flowers and plants in all kinds of ways. The latest edition has been recorded in Berlin, a city buzzing with culture, from its hip restaurants to its many artists. It's not surprising that Berlin is a hotspot for lovers of flowers and plants.
Cinefleur will take you to hip Japanese restaurant Zenkichi where they practice the Japanese floral art Ikebana. Ikebana artist Chiori uses the new Rosa Momentum+® Yellow from Dümmen Orange in a series of beautiful table decorations. The Momentum+® is not the only new flower that makes its debut in the magazine. Also the Pina Colada Cream, the newest colour within the Pina Colada Chrysanthemums, is put in the spotlight. Ruby Barber of the Berlin-based designstudio Mary Lennox combines the Pina Colada with a real Berlin icon, the Trabant, creating a powerful installation.
Learn more about the typical Berlin green trends at garden center Der Holländer. For over 35 years, Der Holländer has been at the forefront of the Berlin plant market with exclusive plants that people sometimes want to queue for hours at a time. At Der Holländer the Mini Anthurium, the smaller version of the Anthurium, is also being looked at. What makes this plant so special?
Cinefleur also shows how versatile the beloved Avalanche+® rose is. Together with the florist team of Florale Welten they transform the German hotspot 'House Of Small Wonder' into a large floral landscape. "Our philosophy is to design and invent different flower worlds and let them come together. From classic worlds with tight shapes, to more of a Bohemian style or very modern. And the Avalanche+® is one of our favorite roses to work with, because of its beautiful, full colour and strong stem" says Mathias van Florale Welten.
The Berlin edition of Cinefleur combines atmospheric cityscapes of, among other things, the wall, graffiti hotspots and large industrial sites, with the colourful and playfulness of flowers and plants, such as the Gerbera. Did you know that you can easily find your Gerbera on the site Colouredbygerbera.com?
Cinefleur magazine comes out every two months and subscribing is completely free of charge. The next edition is scheduled for early December and will be recorded on the Dutch island of Texel. There Cinefleur takes a look at trendy concept stores and local florists on the Dutch island.
Check out the latest edition of Cinefleur magazine here: https://www.cinefleurmagazine.com/cinefleur-magazine-berlin-autumn-edition-2020/colourful-berlin
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