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The project

Crédit photo Barbara Ignacio-Luccioni / Corse-Matin

Our educational project aims this year to promote the everlasting flower (Helichrysum italicum) in all its forms. We have therefore selected 12 artisan producers offering everlasting-based products (teas, food and beverages, decoration, essential oils, jewellery, etc.) that we intend to introduce to a wide audience of businesses and individual customers at the International Craft Fair in Milan: Artigiano in Fiera from December 3 to 11, 2022.

Isula d’Oru

2022/2023 academic year project of the association Giranduloni (University of Corsica).

Did you know that?

Everlasting flower, whose name comes from the Greek helios, meaning sun, and chrysos, meaning gold, has healing, antibacterial and antioxidant properties.

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