How Long Do Preserved Roses Last?
Looking for a floral gift that lasts much longer than a week? Our gorgeous preserved roses look astounding in a variety of bouquets and gifts. We painstakingly prepare these beautiful blooms to capture your precious moments for far longer than living bouquets.
What Is the Difference Between Dried Roses and Preserved Roses?
Roses are dried by hanging them upside down for an extended period of time, typically days or even weeks. Dried roses are brittle, easily breakable, and lacking the breathtaking natural colors of preserved roses. The process used to create the dried petals is also vastly different from the process used to make preserved roses. You can store your dried flowers in protective containers, but if they are bumped or jarred, your dried blooms will shatter.
How Long Will Our Preserved Roses Last?
The preservation process captures the natural beauty of natural plants. Cut at their most beautiful moments, the flowers are then put into a glycerin compound that rehydrates the petals and the stem, replacing the plant's natural sap. When the process is complete, the results are preserved roses that can be used in a variety of applications. These flowers retain their natural beauty and vibrant colors as well as their soft, flexible petals.
You can expect your preserved roses to last for one to three years. The more you protect your preserved roses, the longer that they will last. Environmental conditions have much less of an impact on preserved roses than on dried roses.
Our roses are 100 percent real and 100 percent natural. We have a variety of collections with gifts suitable for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, engagements, graduations, or any other occasion you'd normally celebrate with a bouquet of roses. Only this time, the gift can remain front and center for up to three years! Let your loved ones know that you are thinking of them always with a gift of preserved roses.