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Wooden Wonders

The concept behind Sola Wood Flowers sprouted from Meagan Bowman’s first flower company that saw success on Shark Tank. After selling to investors, the thought of throwing out fresh flowers from special occasions motivated her to start a new company that made faux flowers look as fresh as the day you bought them. Meagan and her former business partner Alex Ledoux reunited to grow a new enterprise into the largest distributor of wooden flowers in the country. Made of sheets of drought-resistant cassava root (also known as yuca or arrowroot), they’re made to last for years and years and years. Based in Ogden, Utah, the company empowers its network of crafty women, known as the Sola Sisterhood, with tutorials and support so they can earn income with their hands regardless of their socioeconomic background.

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Discovered 10/20/2020

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Maker Story

Wooden Wonders

The concept behind Sola Wood Flowers sprouted from Meagan Bowman’s first flower company that saw success on Shark Tank. After selling to investors, the thought of throwing out fresh flowers from special occasions motivated her to start a new company that made faux flowers look as fresh as the day you bought them. Meagan and her former business partner Alex Ledoux reunited to grow a new enterprise into the largest distributor of wooden flowers in the country. Made of sheets of drought-resistant cassava root (also known as yuca or arrowroot), they’re made to last for years and years and years. Based in Ogden, Utah, the company empowers its network of crafty women, known as the Sola Sisterhood, with tutorials and support so they can earn income with their hands regardless of their socioeconomic background.