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The solution to keeping natural flowers for years: Preserved Flowers

benefits of preserved flowers

What do you think of owning flowers that last just as long as the memory of receiving them? It's indeed beautiful, but certainly not practical. Today, we have a better option: Luxurious, natural floral arrangements that will make a truly lasting impression, as they last for years looking fresh and beautiful. Find out how to keep your flowers all year long with our beautiful and natural preserved flowers.

Floral arrangements add a touch of style, freshness and warmth to any room. They are one of the most important details that contribute to the overall aesthetics of your interior. So, how if you could keep these flowers for more than just a week? Now, you can. Preserved flowers offer an amazing solution to keeping flowers for years, not to mention they are the perfect natural solution to the non-environment friendly plastic flower decor. Plus, it is an incredible investment as it saves tons of resources in the process of replenishing dried flowers.

Find out in this article:

1. What are preserved flowers and plants?

2. What's the difference between dried and preserved flowers?

3. Choose your rose color by its meaning. 


1. What are preserved flowers and plants?

Preserved flowers and plants, are 100% natural fresh flowers that can be enjoyed for a long period of time. Placed in a vase or on a shelf, you can expect your preserved flowers to last anywhere from three to ten years!  

The flowers and plants are preserved with a natural process, using glycerine and colour for keeping their natural and soft feature. The conservation guarantees the lasting of at least 7 years, kept inside. With a soft scent of rose oil the bouquet will convince that they are freshly collected.

2. What's the difference between dried and preserved flowers?

The process of preserving flowers is different from drying them. When you dry a flower, it’s typically hung upside down for several days to dehydrate the bloom and stem. After a few days or weeks, the roses will be dried. The result is a bouquet that’s brittle, lacks its vibrant color, and is easily breakable. If they’re kept in a safe place, they can last for several months, but if they are accidentally bumped or moved, you’ll have more of a mess than a bouquet.

When it comes to how long dried or preserved flowers that last, the difference can be astounding. Because dried flowers have been dehydrated, they are not long lasting and can break or lose petals rather easily. This is the opposite of preserved flowers, which retain their flexibility thanks to their hydration with a naturally stable mix of organic compounds. 

3. Choose your rose color by its meaning. 

Roses come in a myriad of colours and each colour comes with their individual meanings and emotions. With its versatility and almost universal acceptance, it’s not hard to see why roses are the most dominant type of flower you can find at most florists. Find out what the colour of these beautiful flowers can represent. 

Red Roses

By far the most popular type, and are often considered the ultimate expression of romantic and love. Red roses are the traditional symbol for love, romance, and will always be a way to say "I love you." The red rose has also reflected beauty and perfection. 

Pink Roses

Words like admiration, gentleness, grace, gladness, joy and sweetness are just a few ways to describe the meaning behind the pink rose. A pink rose can also convey happiness, gracefulness and admiration.

Yellow Roses

Bright, cheerful and joyful are what come to mind when thinking of a yellow rose. Yellow roses create warm feelings and provide happiness. Giving yellow roses can tell someone the joy they bring you and the friendship you share.

White Roses 

White roses

White roses are traditionally used in weddings and represent new beginnings, new opportunities, and new starts. White roses, the purist of colours, represent innocence, purity, and charm. We believe that white roses can also express remembrance and innocence.

 If you'd like to inspire freshness and warmth to your space all year, find options here.

Are you already using preserved flowers? Would you like to try them but are looking for the right fit for you? Let us know in the comments below so we can talk more about these incredible additions to the interior.




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