The demand for dried flower products produced by the Dried Flower Workshop of the Pyongyang Floriculture Institute is increasing among people of the DPRK.

According to Ri Hyong Sik, chief of the workshop, the technology of making dried flowers won national patent.

Technicians in their twenties and thirties are manufacturing various products with dried flowers.

On display at the exhibition hall of the workshop are products made with dried flowers including bouquet, floral basket, flowerpot, ornamental box for souvenir, greeting card and clock frame.

Products made with dried flowers remind people of craftworks as the dried flowers preserve their original colors and flexibility.

It is one of trends for housewives to decorate the interior of their houses with dried flowers.

Many people purchase these products on the occasion of holiday, birthday and marriage ceremony.