In the high plains of the municipality of La Ceja, State of Antioquia, the wind smells like flowers. It is not by mere chance we are close to the city of Eternal Spring (Medellin, Colombia). The aroma speaks for itself surrounding the environment and embellishing mountains and valleys. It was María Eugenia Gómez the pioneer of this excellent work. Her first contact with flowers came through the flower vases that her grandmother Rosita used to arrange. Among acanthuses and camellias, hydrangeas were always the ones that caught her attention, and years later, what began as a hobby or maybe a pastime became a large company. Exchanging cattle for hydrangeas cuttings, the sentences “Sow harmony and you shall harvest illusions, sow illusions and you shall harvest life” started to make a lot of sense.