Everything you need to know about maintenance-free preserved flowers, plants, and moss. Production, preservation techniques and answers to all your questions can be found in the “What Is It?” section.
If you're a florist or someone looking to cherish a special bouquet, this article will shed light on why it's best to leave the flower preservation to those who truly understand the science behind it.
Roses are red, violets are blue. Which is better: preserved flowers or faux flowers? Well, that depends on you! We're going to take a look at both sides of the argument.
Some florists' techniques cannot be applied to preserved flowers. Its flexibility and conservation characteristics push back the constraints of floral compositions. Discover how to use them.
Plant preservation is a technique that has been around for over 50+ years. Yet, some fake information still spread. In this article, we debunk 4 lies you’ve been told about preserved flowers.
Dried flowers are very popular at the moment all around the United States. Weddings, events, and home decorations are inundated with them. Yet, the use of preserved plants continues to rise.
We can consider that each family of plants has its own dedicated preservation methods. Several of them are used nowadays, which explains that there are one or more suitable methods per plant.
As we explained in our previous article, capillary preservation is particularly suitable for the preservation of foliage and trees. Nevertheless, the double immersion technique is better for flowers.
It’s in the heart of Scandinavian landscapes that is harvested the reindeer moss. This reindeer moss is the food of these animals, which are also omnipresent in this region. Discover our bestseller.