How Preserved Roses Were Created

During the late 1970s, Jeanette Lambert and Paul Lambert developed the technology that ensured roses last forever.
In order to create the preserved rose, it was essential to choose the appropriate concentration of the stabilizing composition as the flower should not become brittle or wet. In addition, the quality of the flower depends on the period of time between cutting and stabilization. As time passes after cutting the flower, stabilization becomes more difficult. After some time they came up with a great solution that worked!

In the following years, many farms have developed solutions to preserve roses in a modernized way. Flowers are preserved in different ways by each farm. During the tedious process of making just one rose, it takes a tremendous amount of time, patience, and attention to detail.

 

Our preserved roses are softer and easier to store in your home. We use nontoxic natural oils so each rose can look fresh! We make sure to preserve our roses in the most delicate way to ensure each and every petal stays looking fresh! Whether they come in Squares or Rounds, they will blend well in any home, and they require no maintenance, such as water or sunlight. No care is needed to keep them fresh in your home. Just make sure you keep the roses out of direct sunlight. Sunlight can cause the colors of the roses to dim or fade, so it is best to store your floral arrangement away from the sun.

Roses preserved in a bouquet can be found in a wide variety of colors besides white, red, and pink, including black, blue, lavender, gold, and silver. Unusual colors that can match everyone's home style. So, get yourself a bouquet of preserved flowers in your favorite shape and color that would last a long-time and make your home special.