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COVID-19 Restrictions Create Awareness about Gifting Preserved Flowers

Since major events, weddings, and other occasions have been shelved during the COVID-19 outbreak, stakeholders in the preserved flower market are capitalizing on this opportunity to boost sales. However, poor market sentiments and modest buying behavior of customers are emerging as restraint for market growth. Stakeholders and vendors are increasing their focus in eCommerce and online sales to revive market growth.

Vendors in the preserved flower market are increasing the availability of freeze-dried varieties of blooms, including pale peach stock flowers and fairy-floss blue mini gypsophilia, among others. The growing influencer community on social media is creating awareness about gifting ideas, as countries are still practicing social distancing and other restrictions in countries with potential risk of new COVID-19 variants such as Delta and Delta Plus. The ecologically conscious customers are becoming the target consumers of preserved flowers.

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Preserved Flowers V/S Dried Flowers: Which is Better?

High technology rehydration processes and minimum need for maintenance are contributing to the demand for preserved flowers. These processes include an organic mixture made with glycerin and other plant elements. However, the high cost of preserved flowers due to longer lifespan as compared to dried flowers is influencing buying decisions of customers. As such, dried flowers are brittle and fall apart very easily, whereas preserved flowers have fresh appearance and maintained for years. Vendors in the preserved flower market are building their supply for pollen-free flowers to prevent any allergic reactions among individuals.

Preserved flowers help suit a variety of products and designs such as a vase or in a sealed enclosure. These flowers are being preferred in floral art, interior décor, and other craft projects.

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Service-based Business Models Drive Demand for Preserved Roses

The preserved flower market is estimated to reach a production of ~10,343 thousand units by 2031. However, DIY (do-it-yourself) tricks about preserving flowers at home is predicted to affect product sales. Hence, vendors are adopting lucrative business models to trigger the demand for preserved flowers. Flower Co. - a florist and flower importer in Toronto, is increasing efforts to expand its city servicing by ensuring hand delivery of preserved roses in the form of gift baskets, at weddings, and for use as event décor.

Roses are predicted to dominate the highest revenue share among all flower types in the preserved flower market. Vendors are offering preserved roses for indoor purposes that require minimum dusting with a sprayer, a dryer or soft dusting cloth.

Startups Eye Endless Supply of Seasonal Flowers with Glycerin

The increasing number of startups is tapping revenue opportunities in the preserved flower market. With easily available online information, local and regional level vendors have entered the competition to expand their supply networks in order to gain an advantage over suppliers. Air-drying being the first, glycerin is an alternate method to preserve flowers and is predicted to dictate the second highest revenue among all preserving techniques in the preserved flower market during the forecast period.

Bells of Ireland, magnolia, forsythia, and the likes are being preferred for preservation with glycerin. Many seasonal flowers are being preserved using glycerin. Fresh look and feel, easy maintenance, and cost efficiency are being achieved with the help of glycerin for the preservation of the flowers. Glycerin significantly reduced the chances of wilting among preserved flowers. Thus, glycerin ensures an endless supply of fresh blooms all year round for craft and special occasions. This is benefitting startups and vendors in the preserved flower market.

E-books Generating Awareness about Profitable Opportunities for Startups, Vendors

Several books and e-books are being launched that are providing startups with ideas about a profitable business in the preserved flower market. The book namely, The New Innovative Art of Preserving Fresh Cut Flowers, is one such example which is educating readers about mastering the art of preserving flowers. Since preserved flowers are eliminating the need to purchase fresh cut flowers and having to trash the most expensive flowers down the drain after a few days, startups & vendors are taking advantage of this opportunity to unlock business opportunities.

Since not many individuals know about preserved flowers, startups and vendors in the preserved flower market can gain local and regional monopoly in their respective countries to scale their business. They are collaborating with professional florists to create innovative flower designs.

R&D Activities Help Develop Long-lasting Preserved Flowers for Luxurious Floral Arrangements

Companies in the preserved flower market are dedicated to the details of the flowers throughout each preservation stage to help clients achieve the best style and design. Empress Flora - an LA-based luxury company involved in selling gift boxes and home décor products, is building its portfolio in preserved flowers with the help of its dedicated R&D team, which finds ways to perfectly capture the preserved flowers’ uniqueness, fragrances, and beauty.

Companies in the preserved flower market are realizing the importance of research to develop long-lasting preserved flowers that stand out extraordinarily in size and shape. They are making available flowers that require little to no maintenance, and can be elegantly crafted in floral arrangements. Eco-friendly and hypoallergenic preserved flowers are being opted by ecologically conscious customers.

Continuous Improvements in Preservation Processes Enable Inclusion of New Flowers in Portfolio

Profitable business models in the preserved flower market involve complete control of every process in design and development of preserved flowers. Vermont Flowers EPZ Ltd. - a preserved flower company in Kenya, is making use of specialized technology and R&D to draw innovation in the preservation of natural flowers. Competitors are taking cues from such companies to constantly improve their preservation processes to include new flowers and foliage in their product portfolio.

The entire production process of preserved flowers is incorporating standards of social and environmentally responsible techniques. Florists and designers are stressing on the importance of striking visuals to move and captivate customers.

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Analysts’ Viewpoint

Paul Molina of Naranjo Roses and commercial director at Lulu Preserved Roses stated that the brand has witnessed a sharp increase in the demand for preserved roses after the COVID-19 outbreak. The preserved flower market is projected to register a modest CAGR of ~5% during the forecast period. This is evident since less expensive dried flowers are emerging as an alternative to preserved flowers. Hence, companies, startups, and vendors should increase awareness about advantages such as low to no maintenance of preserved flowers, its long-lasting nature, and natural appeal to offset its high cost. The growing trend of custom gift baskets and thematic occasions is driving the demand for preserved flowers.

Preserved Flower Market: Overview

  • According to Transparency Market Research’s latest research report on the global preserved flower market for the historical period of 20172019 and the forecast period of 20212031, increase in demand from event planners and improved product offerings and visibility have led to high demand for preserved flowers worldwide
  • Preserved flowers are natural flowers that have undergone the preservation process (using various techniques) to maintain their natural look, beauty, and freshness, and no longer need water and sunlight. Preserved flowers are long lasting, vibrant, low maintenance, and sustainable. Preserved flowers are available in different flower types, variety, sizes, and colors.
  • In terms of revenue, the global preserved flower market is expected to reach value of US$ 300 Mn by 2031, expanding at a CAGR of ~5% during the forecast period

Development of Multi-functional Preserved Flowers Key Trend in Flower Market

  • Rising population and a large number of middle-class families in emerging countries with increasing disposable income influence consumers to invest in gifting products. Moreover, end users tend to use preserved flowers not only for gifting purposes but also for home décor.
  • Preserved flowers have become a preferred material for decorators, designers, small business owners, etc. Many businesses have started adding sustainable material to their products to add more value. Isolation period during the pandemic and measures to avoid gatherings have given rise to the trend of sending gifts, especially on festive days.
  • Initially, preserved flowers were in demand only during specific days such as Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day, but now the demand for preserved flowers is present throughout the year
  • The preserved flower market saw an increasing trend of consumers shifting toward B2C platforms during the pandemic. Preserved flowers have created a market of their own and manufacturers no longer need to promote them through sales and discounts.
  • Manufacturers are focusing on developing their distribution, marketing, and sales channels to improve their product reach, and are exploring the potential of selling the products online and through direct channels such as distributors, department stores, and specialty stores
  • However, time taken to produce preserved flowers is a major challenge restricting high volume production

Increasing Demand for Preserved Flowers from Asia Pacific

  • The market in Asia Pacific is expected to have the highest growth during the forecast period. Expansion of the preserved flower market in emerging economies such as India and China due to rising income and changing consumer preference toward eCommerce is driving the business of preserved flowers manufacturers, which, in turn, is boosting the market.
  • As compared to other regions, the preserved flower market in Middle East & Africa is likely to witness slower growth rate during the forecast period
  • Moreover, the global outbreak of COVID-19 is anticipated to have a positive impact on the growth of the preserved flower market during the forecast period

Preserved Flower Market: Competition Landscape

  • Detailed profiles of providers of preserved flowers have been provided in the report to evaluate their financials, key product offerings, recent developments, and strategies
  • Key players operating in the global preserved flower market are
    • Verdissimo
    • Beijing Sweetie-Gifts Co., Ltd.
    • RoseAmore
    • Florever. Co., Ltd.
    • Verdi UK Ltd
    • C'lovercraft Workshop
    • Excellent Flowers
    • Phocealys
    • Ohchi Nursery Ltd.
    • Iluba Roses, among others

Preserved Flower Market: Key Developments

  • Key providers of preserved flowers such as Verdissimo, Beijing Sweetie-Gifts Co., Ltd., and Florever. Co., Ltd. are expanding their range of preserved flowers and launching special flowers for special occasions. Manufacturers are increasing their partnerships with different international and local distributors to have a better reach in every region. Some players are also providing additional services such as workshops, door-to-door delivery, and decoration services to garner more consumers.
  • Some other key developments in the global preserved flower market are highlighted below:
    • In April 2019, RoseAmore announced that Jet Fresh Flower Distributors was now its exclusive Florida distributor for RoseAmor’s preserved flowers located in Miami. Owned by Michael Black, Jet Fresh Flowers is a well-known family-owned wholesale distributor, importer, and cultivator of flowers in Miami.
    • Currently, most customers of Iluba Roses are Arabic speaking, but it is slowly making inroads into English-speaking customers too. It aims to be the leading provider of preserved rose gift products in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by tapping into a diverse target group.

Preserved Flower Market – Scope of Report

A new study on the global preserved flower market has been published by Transparency Market Research (TMR). It presents a wealth of information on key market dynamics, including drivers, market trends, and challenges, as well as the structure of the global preserved flower market across the globe. TMR’s study offers valuable information about the global preserved flower market to illustrate how the market would grow during the forecast period, 2021–2031.

Key indicators of market growth, which include value chain as well as supply chain analyses, and Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), are elucidated in TMR’s study in a comprehensive manner. This data can help readers interpret quantitative growth aspects of the global preserved flower market during the forecast period.

An extensive analysis on business strategies of leading market players is also featured in TMR’s study on the global preserved flower market. This can help readers understand principal factors to foresee growth in the global preserved flower market. In this study, readers can also find specific data on the qualitative and quantitative growth avenues for the global preserved flower market, which is expected to guide market players in making apt decisions in the future.

Key Questions Answered in TMR’s Preserved Flower Market Study

  • What are the key factors influencing the preserved flower market in each region?
  • What will be the CAGR of the global preserved flower market between 2021 and 2031?
  • What is the future scope and current trends in techniques of the global preserved flower market?
  • What is the revenue of the global preserved flower market based on segments?
  • Which key strategies are used by top players of the global preserved flower market?
  • Which are the leading companies in the global preserved flower market?

Research Methodology – Preserved Flower Market

A unique research methodology has been utilized by TMR to conduct comprehensive research on the growth of the global preserved flower market and arrive at conclusions on the future growth prospects of the market. This research methodology is a combination of primary and secondary research, which helps analysts warrant the accuracy and reliability of the drawn conclusions.

Secondary sources referred to by analysts during the production of the global preserved flower market report include statistics from company annual reports, SEC filings, eCommerce websites, World Bank database, investor presentations, regulatory databases, government publications, and industry white papers. Analysts have also interviewed senior managers, product portfolio managers, CEOs, VPs, and market intelligence managers, who contributed to the production of TMR’s study on the preserved flower market as a primary source.

These primary and secondary sources provided exclusive information during interviews, which serves as a validation from preserved flower industry leaders. Access to an extensive internal repository and external proprietary databases allows this report to address specific details and questions about the global preserved flower market with accuracy. The study also uses the top-down approach to assess the numbers for each segment and the bottom-up approach to counter-validate them. This has helped in making TMR’s estimates on the future prospects of the global preserved flower market more reliable and accurate.

This study by TMR is all-encompassing framework of the dynamics of the market. It mainly comprises critical assessment of consumers' or customers' journeys, current and emerging avenues, and strategic framework to enable CXOs take effective decisions.

Our key underpinning is the 4-Quadrant Framework EIRS that offers detailed visualization of four elements:

  • Customer Experience Maps
  • Insights and Tools based on data-driven research
  • Actionable Results to meet all the business priorities
  • Strategic Frameworks to boost the growth journey

The study strives to evaluate the current and future growth prospects, untapped avenues, factors shaping their revenue potential, and demand and consumption patterns in the global market by breaking it into region-wise assessment.

The following regional segments are covered comprehensively:

  • North America
  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • The Middle East and Africa

The EIRS quadrant framework in the report sums up our wide spectrum of data-driven research and advisory for CXOs to help them make better decisions for their businesses and stay as leaders.

Below is a snapshot of these quadrants.

1. Customer Experience Map

The study offers an in-depth assessment of various customers’ journeys pertinent to the market and its segments. It offers various customer impressions about the products and service use. The analysis takes a closer look at their pain points and fears across various customer touchpoints. The consultation and business intelligence solutions will help interested stakeholders, including CXOs, define customer experience maps tailored to their needs. This will help them aim at boosting customer engagement with their brands.

2. Insights and Tools

The various insights in the study are based on elaborate cycles of primary and secondary research the analysts engage with during the course of research. The analysts and expert advisors at TMR adopt industry-wide, quantitative customer insights tools and market projection methodologies to arrive at results, which makes them reliable. The study not just offers estimations and projections, but also an uncluttered evaluation of these figures on the market dynamics. These insights merge data-driven research framework with qualitative consultations for business owners, CXOs, policy makers, and investors. The insights will also help their customers overcome their fears.

3. Actionable Results

The findings presented in this study by TMR are an indispensable guide for meeting all business priorities, including mission-critical ones. The results when implemented have shown tangible benefits to business stakeholders and industry entities to boost their performance. The results are tailored to fit the individual strategic framework. The study also illustrates some of the recent case studies on solving various problems by companies they faced in their consolidation journey.

4. Strategic Frameworks

The study equips businesses and anyone interested in the market to frame broad strategic frameworks. This has become more important than ever, given the current uncertainty due to COVID-19. The study deliberates on consultations to overcome various such past disruptions and foresees new ones to boost the preparedness. The frameworks help businesses plan their strategic alignments for recovery from such disruptive trends. Further, analysts at TMR helps you break down the complex scenario and bring resiliency in uncertain times.

The report sheds light on various aspects and answers pertinent questions on the market. Some of the important ones are:

1. What can be the best investment choices for venturing into new product and service lines?

2. What value propositions should businesses aim at while making new research and development funding?

3. Which regulations will be most helpful for stakeholders to boost their supply chain network?

4. Which regions might see the demand maturing in certain segments in near future?

5. What are the some of the best cost optimization strategies with vendors that some well-entrenched players have gained success with?

6. Which are the key perspectives that the C-suite are leveraging to move businesses to new growth trajectory?

7. Which government regulations might challenge the status of key regional markets?

8. How will the emerging political and economic scenario affect opportunities in key growth areas?

9. What are some of the value-grab opportunities in various segments?

10. What will be the barrier to entry for new players in the market?

Preserved Flower Market – Segmentation

TMR’s study on the global preserved flower market includes information categorized into six sections - flower type, preservation technique, application, price, distribution channel, and region. Changing industry trends and other crucial market dynamics associated with these sections of the preserved flower market are discussed in detail.

Flower Type
  • Rose
  • Orchid
  • Gardenia
  • Lavender
  • Carnations
  • Peony
  • Others
Preservation Technique
  • Air Drying
  • Glycerin
  • Silica Gel
  • Pressing
  • Sand
  • Others
Application
  • Weddings & Events Decoration
  • Unique Gifts
  • Home Decoration
  • Jewelry & Fashion Accessories
  • Others
Price
  • Low
  • Medium
  • High
Distribution Channel
  • Online
    • eCommerce Websites
    • Company Owned Websites
  • Offline
    • Supermarkets & Hypermarkets
    • Specialty Stores
    • Other Retail Stores
Region
  • North America
    • U.S.
    • Canada
    • Rest of North America
  • Europe
    • Germany
    • U.K.
    • France
    • Rest of Europe
  • Asia Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Rest of Asia Pacific
  • Middle East & Africa
    • GCC Countries
    • South Africa
    • Rest of Middle East & Africa
  • South America
    • Ecuador
    • Rest of South America

Note: Although care has been taken to maintain the highest levels of accuracy in TMR’s reports, recent market/vendor-specific changes may take time to reflect in the analysis.

1. Preface

    1.1. Market Definition and Scope

    1.2. Market Segmentation

    1.3. Key Research Objectives

    1.4. Research Highlights

2. Assumptions

3. Research Methodology

4. Executive Summary

5. Market Overview

    5.1. Introduction

    5.2. Market Dynamics

        5.2.1. Drivers

        5.2.2. Restraints

        5.2.3. Opportunities

    5.3. Key Trends Analysis

        5.3.1. Demand Side Analysis

        5.3.2. Supply Side Analysis

    5.4. Regulations & Guidelines

    5.5. Key Market Indicators

        5.5.1. Overall Flower Industry

    5.6. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

    5.7. Industry SWOT Analysis

    5.8. Value Chain Analysis

    5.9. Covid-19 Impact Analysis

    5.10. Global Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast, 2017-2031

        5.10.1. Market Value Projections (US$ Thousand)

        5.10.2. Market Volume Projections (Thousand Units)

6. Global Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Flower Type

    6.1. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Flower Type, 2017-2031

        6.1.1. Rose

        6.1.2. Orchid

        6.1.3. Gardenia

        6.1.4. Lavender

        6.1.5. Carnations

        6.1.6. Peony

        6.1.7. Others

    6.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Flower Type

7. Global Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Preserving Technique

    7.1. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Preserving Technique, 2017-2031

        7.1.1. Air Drying

        7.1.2. Glycerin

        7.1.3. Silica Gel

        7.1.4. Pressing

        7.1.5. Sand

        7.1.6. Others

    7.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Preserving Technique

8. Global Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Application

    8.1. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Application, 2017-2031

        8.1.1. Weddings and Events Decoration

        8.1.2. Unique Gifts

        8.1.3. Home Decoration

        8.1.4. Jewelry and Fashion Accessories

        8.1.5. Others

    8.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Application

9. Global Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Price

    9.1. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Price, 2017-2031

        9.1.1. Low

        9.1.2. Medium

        9.1.3. High

    9.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Price

10. Global Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Distribution Channel

    10.1. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2017-2031

        10.1.1. Online

            10.1.1.1. E-Commerce Websites

            10.1.1.2. Company Owned Websites

        10.1.2. Offline

            10.1.2.1. Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

            10.1.2.2. Specialty Stores

            10.1.2.3. Other Retail Stores

    10.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Distribution Channel

11. Global Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Region

    11.1. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Region, 2017-2031

        11.1.1. North America

        11.1.2. Europe

        11.1.3. Asia Pacific

        11.1.4. Middle East & Africa

        11.1.5. South America

    11.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Region

12. North America Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast

    12.1. Regional Snapshot

    12.2. Consumer Buying Behavior

        12.2.1. Purchasing Power

        12.2.2. Product Preference

        12.2.3. Buying Channel Preference

    12.3. Brand Analysis

    12.4. Macroeconomic Factors & Price Trend Analysis

    12.5. Key Trends Analysis

        12.5.1. Demand Side Analysis

        12.5.2. Supply Side Analysis

    12.6. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Flower Type, 2017-2031

        12.6.1. Rose

        12.6.2. Orchid

        12.6.3. Gardenia

        12.6.4. Lavender

        12.6.5. Carnations

        12.6.6. Peony

        12.6.7. Others

    12.7. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Preserving Technique, 2017-2031

        12.7.1. Air Drying

        12.7.2. Glycerin

        12.7.3. Silica Gel

        12.7.4. Pressing

        12.7.5. Sand

        12.7.6. Others

    12.8. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Application, 2017-2031

        12.8.1. Weddings and Events Decoration

        12.8.2. Unique Gifts

        12.8.3. Home Decoration

        12.8.4. Jewelry and Fashion Accessories

        12.8.5. Others

    12.9. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Price, 2017-2031

        12.9.1. Low

        12.9.2. Medium

        12.9.3. High

    12.10. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2017-2031

        12.10.1. Online

            12.10.1.1. E-commerce Websites

            12.10.1.2. Company owned Websites

        12.10.2. Offline

            12.10.2.1. Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

            12.10.2.2. Specialty Stores

            12.10.2.3. Other Retail Stores

    12.11. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2017-2031

        12.11.1. U.S.

        12.11.2. Canada

        12.11.3. Rest of North America

    12.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

13. Europe Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast

    13.1. Regional Snapshot

    13.2. Consumer Buying Behavior

        13.2.1. Purchasing Power

        13.2.2. Product Preference

        13.2.3. Buying Channel Preference

    13.3. Brand Analysis

    13.4. Macroeconomic Factors & Price Trend Analysis

    13.5. Key Trends Analysis

        13.5.1. Demand Side Analysis

        13.5.2. Supply Side Analysis

    13.6. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Flower Type, 2017-2031

        13.6.1. Rose

        13.6.2. Orchid

        13.6.3. Gardenia

        13.6.4. Lavender

        13.6.5. Carnations

        13.6.6. Peony

        13.6.7. Others

    13.7. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Preserving Technique, 2017-2031

        13.7.1. Air Drying

        13.7.2. Glycerin

        13.7.3. Silica Gel

        13.7.4. Pressing

        13.7.5. Sand

        13.7.6. Others

    13.8. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Application, 2017-2031

        13.8.1. Weddings and Events Decoration

        13.8.2. Unique Gifts

        13.8.3. Home Decoration

        13.8.4. Jewelry and Fashion Accessories

        13.8.5. Others

    13.9. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Price, 2017-2031

        13.9.1. Low

        13.9.2. Medium

        13.9.3. High

    13.10. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2017-2031

        13.10.1. Online

            13.10.1.1. E-commerce Websites

            13.10.1.2. Company owned Websites

        13.10.2. Offline

            13.10.2.1. Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

            13.10.2.2. Specialty Stores

            13.10.2.3. Other Retail Stores

    13.11. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2017-2031

        13.11.1. U.K.

        13.11.2. Germany

        13.11.3. France

        13.11.4. Rest of Europe

    13.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

14. Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast

    14.1. Regional Snapshot

    14.2. Consumer Buying Behavior

        14.2.1. Purchasing Power

        14.2.2. Product Preference

        14.2.3. Buying Channel Preference

    14.3. Brand Analysis

    14.4. Macroeconomic Factors & Price Trend Analysis

    14.5. Key Trends Analysis

        14.5.1. Demand Side Analysis

        14.5.2. Supply Side Analysis

    14.6. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Flower Type, 2017-2031

        14.6.1. Rose

        14.6.2. Orchid

        14.6.3. Gardenia

        14.6.4. Lavender

        14.6.5. Carnations

        14.6.6. Peony

        14.6.7. Others

    14.7. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Preserving Technique, 2017-2031

        14.7.1. Air Drying

        14.7.2. Glycerin

        14.7.3. Silica Gel

        14.7.4. Pressing

        14.7.5. Sand

        14.7.6. Others

    14.8. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Application, 2017-2031

        14.8.1. Weddings and Events Decoration

        14.8.2. Unique Gifts

        14.8.3. Home Decoration

        14.8.4. Jewelry and Fashion Accessories

        14.8.5. Others

    14.9. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Price, 2017-2031

        14.9.1. Low

        14.9.2. Medium

        14.9.3. High

    14.10. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2017-2031

        14.10.1. Online

            14.10.1.1. E-commerce Websites

            14.10.1.2. Company owned Websites

        14.10.2. Offline

            14.10.2.1. Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

            14.10.2.2. Specialty Stores

            14.10.2.3. Other Retail Stores

    14.11. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2017-2031

        14.11.1. China

        14.11.2. India

        14.11.3. Japan

        14.11.4. Rest of Asia Pacific

    14.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

15. Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast

    15.1. Regional Snapshot

    15.2. Consumer Buying Behavior

        15.2.1. Purchasing Power

        15.2.2. Product Preference

        15.2.3. Buying Channel Preference

    15.3. Brand Analysis

    15.4. Macroeconomic Factors & Price Trend Analysis

    15.5. Key Trends Analysis

        15.5.1. Demand Side Analysis

        15.5.2. Supply Side Analysis

    15.6. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Flower Type, 2017-2031

        15.6.1. Rose

        15.6.2. Orchid

        15.6.3. Gardenia

        15.6.4. Lavender

        15.6.5. Carnations

        15.6.6. Peony

        15.6.7. Others

    15.7. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Preserving Technique, 2017-2031

        15.7.1. Air Drying

        15.7.2. Glycerin

        15.7.3. Silica Gel

        15.7.4. Pressing

        15.7.5. Sand

        15.7.6. Others

    15.8. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Application, 2017-2031

        15.8.1. Weddings and Events Decoration

        15.8.2. Unique Gifts

        15.8.3. Home Decoration

        15.8.4. Jewelry and Fashion Accessories

        15.8.5. Others

    15.9. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Price, 2017-2031

        15.9.1. Low

        15.9.2. Medium

        15.9.3. High

    15.10. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2017-2031

        15.10.1. Online

            15.10.1.1. E-commerce Websites

            15.10.1.2. Company owned Websites

        15.10.2. Offline

            15.10.2.1. Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

            15.10.2.2. Specialty Stores

            15.10.2.3. Other Retail Stores

    15.11. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2017-2031

        15.11.1. GCC

        15.11.2. South Africa

        15.11.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa

    15.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

16. South America Preserved Flower Market Analysis and Forecast

    16.1. Regional Snapshot

    16.2. Consumer Buying Behavior

        16.2.1. Purchasing Power

        16.2.2. Product Preference

        16.2.3. Buying Channel Preference

    16.3. Brand Analysis

    16.4. Macroeconomic Factors & Price Trend Analysis

    16.5. Key Trends Analysis

        16.5.1. Demand Side Analysis

        16.5.2. Supply Side Analysis

    16.6. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Flower Type, 2017-2031

        16.6.1. Rose

        16.6.2. Orchid

        16.6.3. Gardenia

        16.6.4. Lavender

        16.6.5. Carnations

        16.6.6. Peony

        16.6.7. Others

    16.7. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Preserving Technique, 2017-2031

        16.7.1. Air Drying

        16.7.2. Glycerin

        16.7.3. Silica Gel

        16.7.4. Pressing

        16.7.5. Sand

        16.7.6. Others

    16.8. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Application, 2017-2031

        16.8.1. Weddings and Events Decoration

        16.8.2. Unique Gifts

        16.8.3. Home Decoration

        16.8.4. Jewelry and Fashion Accessories

        16.8.5. Others

    16.9. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Price, 2017-2031

        16.9.1. Low

        16.9.2. Medium

        16.9.3. High

    16.10. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Distribution Channel, 2017-2031

        16.10.1. Online

            16.10.1.1. E-commerce Websites

            16.10.1.2. Company owned Websites

        16.10.2. Offline

            16.10.2.1. Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

            16.10.2.2. Specialty Stores

            16.10.2.3. Other Retail Stores

    16.11. Preserved Flower Market Size (US$ Thousand and Thousand Units) Forecast, By Country & Sub-region, 2017-2031

        16.11.1. Ecuador

        16.11.2. Rest of South America

    16.12. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

17. Competition Landscape

    17.1. Market Player – Competition Dashboard

    17.2. Market Share Analysis – 2020 (%)

    17.3. Company Profiles (Details – Company Overview, Sales Area/Geographical Presence, Revenue, Strategy & Business Overview, Go-To-Market Strategy)

        17.3.1. Florever. Co., Ltd.

            17.3.1.1. Company Overview

            17.3.1.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.1.3. Revenue

            17.3.1.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.1.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.2. Ohchi Nursery Ltd.

            17.3.2.1. Company Overview

            17.3.2.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.2.3. Revenue

            17.3.2.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.2.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.3. RoseAmore

            17.3.3.1. Company Overview

            17.3.3.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.3.3. Revenue

            17.3.3.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.3.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.4. Iluba Roses

            17.3.4.1. Company Overview

            17.3.4.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.4.3. Revenue

            17.3.4.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.4.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.5. Verdissimo

            17.3.5.1. Company Overview

            17.3.5.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.5.3. Revenue

            17.3.5.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.5.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.6. Beijing Sweetie-Gifts Co., Ltd.

            17.3.6.1. Company Overview

            17.3.6.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.6.3. Revenue

            17.3.6.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.6.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.7. C'lovercraft Workshop

            17.3.7.1. Company Overview

            17.3.7.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.7.3. Revenue

            17.3.7.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.7.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.8. Verdi UK Ltd

            17.3.8.1. Company Overview

            17.3.8.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.8.3. Revenue

            17.3.8.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.8.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.9. Excellent Flowers

            17.3.9.1. Company Overview

            17.3.9.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.9.3. Revenue

            17.3.9.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.9.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

        17.3.10. Phocealys

            17.3.10.1. Company Overview

            17.3.10.2. Sales Area/Geographical Presence

            17.3.10.3. Revenue

            17.3.10.4. Strategy & Business Overview

            17.3.10.5. Go-To-Market Strategy

18. Key Takeaways

    18.1. Identification of Potential Market Spaces

        18.1.1. Flower Type

        18.1.2. Product

        18.1.3. Price

        18.1.4. Preserving Technique

        18.1.5. Distribution Channel

        18.1.6. Region

    18.2. Understanding the Buying Process of the Customers

    18.3. Prevailing Market Risks

    18.4. Preferred Sales & Marketing Strategy

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

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Table 13: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

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Table 25: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

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Table 37: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

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Table 49: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

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Table 72: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Country, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 2: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 3: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 4: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 5: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Application, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 6: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Application, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 7: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Price, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 8: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Price, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 9: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 10: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 11: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Region, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 12: Global Preserved Flower Market, by Region, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 13: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 14: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 15: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 16: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 17: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Application, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 18: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Application, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 19: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Price, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 20: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Price, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 21: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 22: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 23: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Country, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 24: North America Preserved Flower Market, by Country, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 25: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 26: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 27: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 28: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 29: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Application, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 30: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Application, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 31: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Price, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 32: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Price, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 33: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 34: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 35: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Country, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 36: Europe Preserved Flower Market, by Country, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 37: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 38: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 39: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 40: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 41: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Application, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 42: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Application, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 43: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Price, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 44: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Price, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 45: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 46: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 47: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Country, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 48: Asia Pacific Preserved Flower Market, by Country, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 49: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 50: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 51: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 52: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 53: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Application, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 54: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Application, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 55: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Price, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 56: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Price, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 57: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 58: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 59: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Country, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 60: Middle East & Africa Preserved Flower Market, by Country, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 61: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 62: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Flower Type, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 63: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 64: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Preserving Technique, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 65: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Application, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 66: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Application, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 67: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Price, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 68: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Price, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 69: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 70: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Distribution Channel, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

Figure 71: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Country, Thousand Units, 2017-2031

Figure 72: South America Preserved Flower Market, by Country, US$ Thousand, 2017-2031

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