Into the Elements at Floriexpo 2024

Jet Fresh Flowers created a floral installation where nature’s elements came alive through the art of flowers. At the 2024 Floriexpo in Ft. Lauderdale, the ”Into the Elements” floral installation captivated visitors, offering a unique interpretation of Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water. Florally guided by Rob Gooljar from Iris Blossom and Olga Ramirez, AIFD, the Jet Fresh team brought this vision to life, with Accent Decor‘s exquisite vases and pieces setting the stage.

Each element was meticulously crafted to draw guests into an elemental experience. As visitors explored our stand, they were invited to connect with the “element” that resonated most with them, sparking conversations and inspiring imaginations.

Let’s explore the intricacies of each element:


Grounded and serene, Earth was embodied by stone-like flooring and robust Melita Rattan Columns and urns by Accent Decor. Rich hues of Chocolate spray roses, deep red anthuriums, and majestic King Proteas were the main focal flowers and were complemented by the textured beauty of She Kong heliconias. Jet Fresh Flower Growers’ Coffee Break and color-enhanced Frappuccino, a Toffee-like rose, added warmth and depth to this strong element.  


Whimsical and ethereal, Wind danced through the installation, with moss-covered flooring creating a sense of movement. Delicate green trick dianthuses and airy bunny tail grasses swayed gently, while accents of white alum added a touch of lightness and grace. A small fan helped move the flowers to imitate the motion of the wind.


Fierce and passionate, Fire blazed forth, its intensity captured by concrete risers covered in lava and a dramatic “Dumpster fire” centerpiece. Vibrant red anthuriums, painted Monstera leaves, and fiery orange Rosa flora gerberas ignited the space, evoking the primal energy of flames.


Flowing and tranquil, waves of water were created with shells underfoot. The cool hues of blue phalaenopsis orchids, Levante anemones, and statice conjured images of the ocean depths, while thistles and blue pericallis added a touch of whimsy and movement.

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