What is potpourri?
Other than asking how to spell potpourri, this might be the next question that is often asked so frequently. The definition of potpourri is ‘a collection of various things’. Rachel’s Potpourri creates and cures a variety of natural dried flowers, herbs, botanicals, and spices, and then uses oils to scent the potpourri in many different fragrances.
How can I use potpourri?
Should I take potpourri out of the bag?
Can I boil potpourri?
How should I store potpourri?
How long does potpourri last?
Can you refresh potpourri?
Does potpourri attract bugs?
Is potpourri toxic or harmful to cats or dogs?
How does the wholesale market and pricing work?
Is the wholesale potpourri market worth getting into?
Reselling potpourri and rosehips from Rachel’s Potpourri can be a very profitable business! With no minimum order required, it is easy and affordable to see if you are in a positive selling area for the product. If you are purchasing Rachel’s Potpourri products for craft show resale as opposed to business use and/or personal home use, you have to evaluate your market as you would any other typical market with regard to competition, profit margins, storage space, and the time and effort you can put into starting and maintaining your own business.
If you are doing a craft or gift show, we recommend selling potpourri and rosehips already bagged. This alleviates customers standing around in your booth. Bagging the potpourri, tied with homespun, jute, etc. and putting the bags in tins or baskets is a very attractive technique! Be sure to leave samples of the products out so that customers can smell and see the product. Setting out jars, baskets, tubs and tins in your store is a great way to not only make your entire store smell great, it also makes a great display.
No matter how you sell, you attract attention from the incredible scents!