Get some flower power into your home with Zoffany's new Florilegia collection of printed fabrics and wallpaper ( www.zoffany.co.uk ). The British interiors company has teamed up with the Royal Horticultural Society, the world's largest gardening charity, and delved into its archives for inspiration. The new designs are based on detailed watercolour studies by botanists and include fabrics and wallpapers depicting Chinese plants. Macau ($1,000 a metre; pictured) combines three archive drawings of the Chinese chrysanthemum into a single design on silk and linen; Canton ($770 a metre) features the tree peony, the mainland's national flower. The fabrics and sample books are on display at Altfield Interiors (suite 605, 9 Queen's Road Central, tel: 2525 2738; www.altfield.com.hk ).