What are Preserved Flowers? Are they REAL Flowers?

What are Preserved Flowers? Are they REAL Flowers? Yes! Preserved Flowers ARE indeed 100% natural flowers! These flowers are preserved from natural, high-quality floral breeds using state-of-the-art technology. This technology allows the flora to maintain its natural beauty, texture and soft natural touch. Preserved Flowers do not wilt like fresh flowers; side-by-side, they are indistinguishable. Why are Preserved Flowers more costly than Fresh Flowers? • Only the highest quality of flowers are selected for preservation • Only non-toxic, cosmetic-grade chemicals are used in the preservation process • On average, only 30-50% of the flowers meet the stringent quality control standards Benefits of Preserved Flowers over Fresh Flowers? • Prolonged Shelf Life : Depending on storage / environmental conditions, preserved flowers can from 6 to 12 months. However, they have been know to last up to years in dry and cool conditions. As a comparison, fresh flowers typically last 1 week or less. • Reduced Waste and Cost : Longer shelf life means less frequent replacement. For a hotel front desk, you would need to throw away the wilted natural flowers and replace with a new arrangement 52 times a year. • Product Versatility : We are able to change the colour of the flowers to suit the occasion or colour theme. • Time Factor : Preserved floral arrangements are not constrained by time pressure. Arrangements can be prepared ahead of time for collection and still look as fresh on the day of your event. How long can Preserved Flowers last ? There is no expiration date for flowers that have been preserved. Its appearance depends on the environmental conditions. The higher the humidity of the environment, the shorter its lifespan. Preserved flowers have a general shelf life of 1-3 years. However, if it is stored in a sealed casing; it can last for more than 10 years.

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