Our collection of preserved roses can last up to a year. Preservation is a form of drying that allows roses to maintain a completely natural appearance and feel, highlighting the radiance of a freshly bloomed rose.
This is achieved as follows: Roses are cut when they are most exquisite. Instead of leaving them to dry, they undergo a rehydration process by being placed in a mixture made from glycerin and other plant elements. After a few days, the process is complete and the rose is ready to be used.
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