Organic Queen Protea Wreath

$160
Pleasure from the Garden

Lovingly-arranged from fresh cut Queen Proteas — a flower that traditionally represents change and hope. Sourced from one of the most beautiful farms we know.

Healing For the Garden

Oliver Woolley has been growing protea and other native Australian, African and Mediterranean flowers organically on the side of a mountain in northern San Diego County since 2003.

We met Oliver a couple of years ago and quickly became obsessed. His farm — Peads & Barnetts — is named after his grandparent's pig farm in England. It's one of the most beautiful farms we know. Oliver is amazing, and we are so happy to collaborate with him at last.

Materials & Care

The wreaths typically stay fresh and fragrant for at least a week before they eventually dry out. The rate at which they dry out depends greatly on the weather. Dried wreaths still look beautiful and can be kept for the entirety of the holiday season. Always handle with care and refrain from direct sunlight when possible.

Organic Queen Protea Wreath

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Our Beliefs

At the Flamingo Estate, we believe that pleasure is a human right.

Mother Nature is our doctor, therapist and loyal friend. We use the highest quality ingredients possible and plant one tree for every product sold.

Flamingo Estate was founded on the idea that to stand on the Earth and sing her praises is one of the most joyful and necessary privileges of being alive.

In a world that profits off our numbness, it is a radical act to wake up one's senses. Champion the slow dive, the deep breath, the bee asleep in the mallow, the drizzle of olive oil on a soft boiled egg. These are the moments that welcome joy.