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Eden is the high-quality foam that has been designed to maintain the comfort of flowers as well as respecting the environment.


In fact, parallel to constant research on product improvements, Eden has also focused its studies on reducing the environmental impact through the production process and managing the side effects of waste disposals.


How? All flower foams are obtained through a chemical process. What makes the difference is the type of substances chosen and the amount used to produce the foam. Along the years, Eden managed to eliminate the toxic substances that are normally found in other foams. This is a vital result for the safeguard of the environment, especially when it comes to the waste disposal as we do not pollute either air, water nor the lands. 


Eden’s engagement towards nature and the environment goes beyond and aims at focusing our efforts also during the production process: we have thus succeeded in minimizing carbon dioxide emissions. It is precisely in this perspective that we have decided to face an important economic commitment by investing in the photovoltaic system. We decided to challenge the economic crisis because we believe the environmental respect is part of our philosophy and in line with our production strategy. Eden produces only using green energy, generated by the photovoltaic production plants implemented in the company since 2012. 



Our attention towards nature and the choice of turning the business eco-friendly, led us to scientifically evaluate the environment impact of flower foams.

Eden has been pioneering on eco-toxicity test of its products. Hereby we present the results of the tests based on two criteria: (1) test on germination (2) test on toxicity.


From the table below, we see how the Eden foam has a neutral pH. This means that it does not contain acids, irritating and corrosive substances, compared to the other foams examined that show very high acidity values.

1. During the germination test using Lepidium sativum, it appears that the Eden product has no inhibitory effect or does not block germination which reaches results above 100%. The same test performed on the other products shows that germination reaches only 29%.

2. During the ecotoxicity analysis, using different levels of living organisms (i.e. Vibrio fischeri for the decomposers, or Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata, a type of algae populating freshwater environments as for the primary producers and Daphnia magna, a planktonic crustacean as for the primary consumers). The results CONFIRM  hat EDEN  ffers the best ecotoxicity performance and the three different living organisms registered the highest survival rate.




Crumble EDEN FOAM in a container, then sow the grass and moisten it all. After a few days a meadow will appear. Repeat the operation with the other foam brands and see what happens.

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