How are Our Flowers Preserved?
If you are about how fresh flowers can be preserved with its shape and texture intact, read on!
Natural flowers are harvested at their peak and then undergo a non-toxic preservation process, to maintain its beauty for months to years without needing resources such as light and water.
The main process of preservation is dehydration which enables preservation of the flower with its original texture and shape for a long time. Ingredients such as ethanol, glycerin and glycol is used in the process of preservation. The cell wall of a flower is replaced by moisture substitute to maintain the same texture as the natural flower.
During the preservation process, colouring are added to the flowers. Therefore, paving way to more interesting colours choices and combinations in the world of preserved lowers! Preservation can be done on roses, carnations, hydrangeas, chrysanthemums, peonies, cymbidium, orchid, calla lilies etc.
The entire process usually takes 1 to 2 weeks. As a result, flowers preserved this way can last months to years without needing water. Shop our wide variety of flowers and enjoy floral beauty that lasts!