Is not very easy to let the word "Floraissance" free to the public. Once is a new word, it can be a trademark - anyone could do it. If someone with bad intentions trademark it, could stop it natural growth. To prevent that, I filled a trademark application to the word "Floraissance" in the class 41, related to cultural services. Now that I "own" the rights of the word, I can make it free to be used: I turned the "Floraissance" into a creative comuns license. My intention is to create a contradiction to the trademark. At the same time that nobody else can register the word, everybody can use it and change it content and meaning freely. I am not sure if was the best solution, but I did my best to try protect the Floraissance sprouts and simultaneously let it free to grow. If you have any legal suggestion to make this work better, please let me know.

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Floraissance by Gardener A. F. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.