Painted plants were on the rise last summer. This year, plants that glow are leaving an impression. Learn more about these developments and whether or not this is viable product for your business.
How Glow in The Dark Plants Are Created
As the above video mentions, MIT engineers create a glowing plant by embedding specialized nano particles into it. This dim light last for nearly 4 hours. While this technology is still in development, the conversation around glowing plants has grown because of it.
Costa Farms also has a product called Glowee. This upgraded sansevieria trifasciata is not a genetically modified plant as stated on their website. That said, their trade secret is under wraps.
Why This is a Hot Ticket Item
You can see by the above image that Glowee has a lot of charm for summer patio and bonfire weather. According to Costa Farms’ website, this plant is also ideal for offices and classrooms and can survive in low light conditions. In the long, lightless winter months a plant adds life into any room. So does light. Ignite customers’ imaginations with a creative solutions to their problems.
Here’s How To Create Impactful Labels
Create labels that emphasize your products’ glow. Use ice white or neon inks¬†to create a glow on your label during the day. Show the product at night on the label to show customers what the product will look like when they take it home, and then use the inks to emphasize the glowing leaves on the picture.
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