• Did you know that Botanik had a pop up shop with Clas Ohlson in 2018? Read about Hemma Hos here

    "Hemma hos Clas Ohlson" is the first Clas Ohlson store of its kind, and is a concept store that will remain open until the New Year. Here, the customer will get a more comprehensive presentation of Clas Ohlson's products in a homely setting. In collaboration with the flower supplier Botanik.no and the home delivery service Porterbuddy, the store will also offer a large selection of flowers and plants as well as home delivery of goods.


    After the Monstera fell like a bomb in Norwegian homes a couple of years ago, a nascent interest in special green plants was born among many.

  • Launch of new collection for Pierre Robert

    Pierre Robert is a brand we love to work with. They are innovative, trendy, while thinking about the environment and sustainability.

  • Fenty Beauty & Botany

    One of our many dreams came true in August when Botanik was given the honorable task of creating a flower wall for Rihanna's make-up brand herself!

  • Botany at the Oslo Design Fair

    We were lucky enough to be part of the Oslo Design Fair this year. But we decorated flowers and plants at the entrance and you could buy decorations for your stand. In addition, we held courses in table setting and flower arranging. Very fun, thank you very much for us <3

  • Botany at Camillapihl.no

    "If you're going to visit Majorstuen at the weekend, we can recommend a short stop by this floor!"
    We are very happy that Camilla pihl magazine has included us in one of their Oslo favorites <3 Read more here <3

  • Milk & Honey article

    These are the plants that will dominate your feed in 2020. They're green, photogenic and social media stars. Green plants have always been a source of inspiration and recreation, but at least as often have been associated with older ladies and those with special interests. In the last couple of years, however, the interest in plants - on the same level as the interest in flowers...

  • My fashion article

    The experts' favourites: Alternative Christmas flowers - Norwegians need to get out of the traditional bubble, and perhaps try something new, says flower decorator Marte Gulli. Most of us are used to the traditional Christmas plant classics such as poinsettias, amaryllis, turnips and lilies. But there are several beautiful flowers that go well with Christmas. Here are the flower experts' Christmas favourites. …

  • 7 tricks to extend the shelf life of your flowers

    If you are reading this, it means that you love fresh flowers as much as we do, and that you want them to last as long as possible. Here are some simple steps you can take to get the most out of each and every flower. In addition, there are some slightly weird ways…

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