Yangje Flower city!

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Finaly I found a huge flower market in Seoul! It might not seem so exiting but it was amazing, a real adventure. So far I have only found tiny flower shops with flowers in strange pots and decorated with purple stones etc.  But now when I have moved I found out, after some Googeling, that in Yangje station not far from my home the biggest flower mall is located, Flower city! 
It's on SinBundang Line station "Yangjae Citizen's Forest", go out exit 4 and straight and you will soon see it on right hand side.
Here you can find all variation of flowers you can ever imaigen. Everything from amazing orchids to wonderfull flower bushes to water flowers. If you walk downstairs from the parking you will find the cut flower paradise.

I strolled around in the djungel to carefully select flowers for my new appartment. One project I have got intrested in is plant terrarium, but it wasen't easy to find what I was looking for since the green houses covers 12,000 square meters. Finally I found the pot deppartment and could start planning what plants to buy.


I have always loved flowers, in eight grade of school we could have one week practice in a real working place and I chose to work as a florist. Also as a kid we picked wild flowers and pretend to have a florist shop.
It is a really speciell muddy yet fresh smell in a floral shop and I love that smell as much as I love the chlorine smell in a swimming pool.

The other week I bought a chlorine spray, By misstake, that takes away and prevent mold so that is why it smells like that. So now when I have cleaned my appartment I yearn for jumping into a pool. 

After I came home it was time to plant and fix all I bought. This is the result and it turned out exactly as I wanted it to be. 

The terrarium is so sylish and keeps the clean finish of my appartment, still something green and living. The lillys smells great and always welcomes me home, they look very proper. It is fun to live in a showroom! 


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